eLearnEconomics is a comprehensive online economics learning resource.
eLearnEconomics is for both students AND teachers. Students study the concepts of each topic with the key notes, then review those concepts with the audio/video and flash card sections and finally test themselves in the written answer and multi-choice sections. The multi-choice section records student scores enabling them to track their progress and build their confidence leading into exams.
Teachers have the ability to monitor students progess within the teachers' administration section. Students can be arranged into class groups and full reports generated to quickly identify problem areas. These high quality PDF reports can also be presented at parent/teacher evenings.
By accelerating the time it takes you to learn the key concepts of economics.
By using the step-by-step approach as outlined above, you can quickly grasp the fundamentals of each topic. Depending on your learning style there is something for every student, whether you prefer full course notes, condensed summaries, listening to audio/video presentations or writing full answers to questions to help ingrain the material, you will find something to suit you.
Dan Rennie has written and published over 30 economics resource publications in the past 20 years and is one of New Zealand's foremost experts on the subject. A former Head of Department at Rosmini College on Auckland's North Shore, Dan conceived and developed the eLearn Economics website as the 'go to' online resource for learning economics.
Driven by a desire to promote and teach economics, Dan designed this online platform to offer the most current and up-to-date content available. With access available 24/7, students now have the ability to learn in their own time, at their own pace and track their progress through the recordable results facility, giving real time feedback.
Mark is a well-known and respected economics teacher who has taught in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. He has had a keen interest in online education from when he was the manager of the Kings College online economics course. Mark’s popular blog econfix - econfix.wordpress.com continues to assist economics teachers and students with their understanding of current issues in economics.