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Teaching Undergraduate Economics:
Following in much the same vein as its predecessor, Handbook on Teaching Principles of Economics, this handbook's intention is to offer guidance and advice to intending, new, and seasoned professors. But unlike its predecessor this handbook's aim is wider-undergraduate economics in general. This goal is acheived first by the editors themselves, both recognized leaders in economic education, and the handbook's distinguished contributors, such as Robert Frank (Cornell) and Michael J. Boskin (Stanford). TEACHING UNDERGRADUATE ECONOMICS' twenty-two chapters fall within four general categories (Goals and Objectives, Foundations, Instructional Methods, and Evaluation) and give advice about everything from the basics to the use of technology and experimentation in the teaching of economics. [via]