ECON 1001 AND 1002:
Supplemental Courses for ECON 1110/1120
ECON 1001, Fall and Spring
ECON 1002, Fall and Spring
WHY DO STUDENTS TAKE ECON 1001/1002?
“It made us think on the spot, to immediately apply concepts rather than memorize how to solve problems. We received lots of practice problems-very helpful.”
“Going over problems, especially the warm-ups.”
“Sample exams. Questions and answer sessions.”
“Increases my understanding, as opposed to learning.”
“Explain the material well and broke it down to simple terms.”
WHAT CAN I EXPECT IF I TAKE ECON 1001/1002?
For ECON 1001 students are provided the problems, the guidance for preparing solutions, and the explanation of solutions for problems that appear on exams and in the graded problem sets. We have in-depth discussion on the concepts underlying the exams.
For ECON 1002, the introductory material and lectures in Econ 1120 will summarize the concepts for market analysis and basis for trading in less than two weeks whereas students who have already taken Principles of Microeconomics would have discussed these concepts for over ten weeks. Econ 1002 academically supports the students who have not taken Econ 1110 or equivalent before taking Econ 1120. All students are provided problems, the guidance for preparing solutions, and the explanation of solutions for the problems that appears on exams and in the graded problem sets. We have in-depth discussion on the concepts underlying the exams.
During the regular meetings of Econ 1001 and Econ 1002, we complete a small number of warm-up questions to maintain a high level of performance throughout the semester. We examine discussion questions and application of the concepts and theories for the parent courses ( Econ 1110 or Econ 1120). As soon as a core of students form a class room, we complete problems during the meetings on the blackboard. During the semester, a Blackboard course website for is provided to any student taking the parent courses (Econ 1110 or Econ 1120).
The Blackboard website stores the discussion questions, the practice problems, practice exams, any previous exams (approved by Econ faculty), and group projects for students to complete outside the regular meetings of Econ 1001 and Econ 1002. Formal review sessions are offered before each prelim and final exam. During the semester, we maintain a constant effort to formulate effective personal schedules for studying and to promote the highest performance on exams. Students will be encouraged to form their own study groups and join ConnectYard, a education network, to share information and to find solutions to academic problems. In addition, we can videotape students who desire preparation for writing term papers or for making presentations. Students have a variety of learning skills and approaches that can be accommodated within the regular meetings of Econ 1001 and Econ 1002 or through private meetings with the instructor. Additional office hours and open tutoring sessions are available to any student taking Econ 1110 or Econ 1120. All meetings and tutoring sessions are questions and answer sessions.
WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ECON 1001/1002?
For additional information, please contact Albert Alexander, LSC Economics Lecturer, firstname.lastname@example.org