Saturday February 22, 2020

Business 2000: Helping economics students get ahead

Business 2000 will make the economics curriculum much easier to understand, writes Caroline McHale.

26th February, 2012
Jim Nugent, director of Woodgrange Technologies; Ruairí Quinn, Minister for Education and Skills; Caroline McHale, national coordinator for business and enterprise, Professional Development of Services for Teachers; and Mary O'Sullivan, national president, Business Teachers Association. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Over the following weeks, a number of teachers and economists will present a series of curriculum-oriented articles in partnership with the Business 2000 and the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST).

These articles will predominantly relate to the study of economics at senior cycle. They will be written to support aspects of the economics curriculum which may be challenging for teachers and students.

The articles will revisit a range of strategies and approaches which will assist...

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