The Economics Department of NUI Maynooth have made a video on income inequality, which is a new topic on economics subject leaving certificate curriculum. It is a 22-minute video. Teachers and students of all levels should enjoy this video and […]
The webinar on Leaving Certificate Business, covering the ABQ for Units 4, 5 and 6, took place on January 18th. This webinar is part of our members only series, kindly facilitated by the Dublin and Galway branches. Speaker, Philip Curry, […]
Information Note for Coursework in relation to Leaving Certificate Economics (pages 9 to 11) has just been published by the State Examinations Commission. Some very useful tips for all – both teachers and students. Information Note on Coursework (PDF)
Tuvana Pastine in Maynooth University has highlighted a new 7-minute video, “Why Study Economics?”. It has been added to the Economics Playlist on our YouTube channel. It is also available to view below. It’s a great introductory video for why […]
LC Economics: Both KBS Webinars now available The two webinars are now available on our YouTube channel or can be viewed below. Topic:Discussions of key concepts for the Leaving Certificate Economics paper 2021, with Professor Eoin Reeves, Professor Stephen Kinsella […]
While we might miss the chats at face-to-face CPD and BSTAI branch events, Twitter has definitely helped this year. This isn’t a complete list of the amazing Irish Business teacher community, but it’s a good start!
Vlog “This is How I Teach” from BSTAI member, Breffni Conaty, where he talks to another BSTAI member, Rachael Biddulph, about how she tackles Ratio Analysis. View below:
A second video from the Department of Economics, Maynooth University has been prepared as part of their Secondary School Support Initiative. This 8-minute video is made for Transition Year students. It is about fast fashion, externalities, and economics in general. […]
Registration is now open for the Irish finals of the European Money Quiz 2021, a financial education quiz for 13-15 year old students. Register your students now to take part in the live online Kahoot! final at 12 noon, Tuesday 23 March 2021.