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if not, then all the detail fields have not been filled in correctly and you will need to correct this and resubmit your membership. Please note an email has to be unique therefore 2 or more people sharing an email will not be allowed. Students require a unique email.

From then on students use their own personal username (i.e., email ) and password and login as a Full Member.  The activation code is no longer necessary. Their username has to be an authentic email address. If they forget their password, a link will be sent to this email so they can reset their password.

Dan thinks the best way to set them up is in the computer room. Get them to go to the sign up page as above and fill in all their details, when they have done so they can put up their hand and you can read them their activation code (quietly so you don't get a different student using the code!!) and it shouldn't take too long this way to get all students signed in. Once they have registered their details they don't need the activation code but log in using their own username (authentic email address) and password. This enables their own scores to be tracked.

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RESULTS LEADERBOARD:
For your results to appear on the leaderboard, you need to turn this feature 'On' in the options page

  • Results are ordered by highest percentage (%) score for the month selected.
  • Where two or more students have the same (%) score, the student who has completed the most tests in that topic (for the month) will rank higher.
  • You must complete at least five tests in the selected topic to be listed on the leaderboard.

On any given topic the first 5 tests (50 questions) is out of a total of 100% so you need to have completed 5 tests to show your mark out of 100.

The site shows how many tests you have completed

If you do more than 5 tests then the last 5 tests completed are totaled to give your score.

 

The first test is a set of 10 questions and is out of 20%

The second test is out of 20% so when you have done 2 tests the overall result is out of 40%

The third test is out of 20% so when you have done 3 tests the overall result is out of 60%

The fourth test is out of 20% so when you have done 4 tests the overall result is out of 80%

The fifth test is out of 20% so when you have done 5 tests the overall result is out or 100%

We believe that one test does not give you an accurate idea of your knowledge so once 5 tests are completed then your results can be viewed on the leader board and your profile will show coloured bars reflecting your progress

Once you have completed your 6th test then the results from the first test drop off and the % mark out of the last 5 tests show   tests 2-6

 

If you wish to print the screen results and you find the colour bars on the graphs are not showing up, please ensure you have 'Print Background Colours' checked/enabled in your print options dialogue box for your browser.

Using www.elearneconomics.com for NCEA Internals

NCEA Level 1

AS 90984 (1.2) Demonstrate understanding decisions a producer makes about production
Basic concepts - Resources (FOP)
Business growth
Business units and finance - Goals of a firm
Price competition and non-price competition

AS 90987 (1.5) Demonstrate understanding of a government choice where affected group have different viewpoints
Basic concepts - Central ideas
Cost - Benefit analysis (CBA)

AS 90988 (1.6) Demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of sectors of the New Zealand economy
Business - Producers & sectors of the economy
Business - Relationship between firms
Circular flow model - Basics (Two sector)
Circular flow model - Full model

 

Using www.elearneconomics.com for NCEA Internals

NCEA Level 2

AS 91225 (2.4) Analyse unemployment using economic concepts and models
AD/AS model
Circular flow model - Basics (Two sector)
Circular flow model - Full model
Labour market - Basics
Labour market - Labour market - changes
Production possibility curve - Basics
Supply -Side policies
Trade - Free Trade
Trade - Protectionism
Unemployment - Causes of/ Types
Unemployment - Statistics/Measures
Unemployment - Impacts & policies

 

AS 91227 (2.6) Analyse how government policies and contemporary issues interact
AD/AS model
Business cycle
Circular flow model - Basics (Two sector)
Circular flow model - Full model
Economic growth - Causes/Costs & benefits
Economic growth - Savings/Investment
Fiscal policy
Inflation - Impacts
Monetary policy
Production possibility curve - Basics
Production possibility curve - Shifts/Uses
Trade - Current account deficit
Trade - Free trade
Trade - Protectionism
Trade - Terms of trade
Supply - Side policies
Unemployment - Causes of
Unemployment - Impact and policies

NCEA Level 3

AS 91401 (3.3) Demonstrate understanding of micro-economic concepts
Utility - Deriving demand
Utility - Equi-marginal rule
Demand - Basic concepts
Demand - Conditions/Shifts
Costs - Break-even/Shut-down/Diminishing returns
Elasticity -Demand, Basics
Elasticity -Demand, Calculations
Elasticity -Supply, Basic concepts
Elasticity -Supply, Calculations
Elasticity -Income (YED)
Elasticity -Cross (CED)
Market Equilibrium - Basics
Market Equilibrium - Price & output changes
Supply - Basic concepts
Supply - Conditions/Shifts
Trade - Changing pattern of trade
 

AS 91402 (3.4) Demonstrate understanding of Government measures to correct market failure
Market Failure - Basics
Market Failure - Consumption externalities
Market Failure - Production externalities
Market Failure- Income inequality
 

NCEA Level 1

AS 90983 (1.1) Demonstrate understanding of consumer choices, using scarcity and/or demand

Basic concepts - Central ideas
Demand - Basic concepts
Demand - Conditions/Shifts
Demand - Types of goods and services

AS 90985 (1.3) Demonstrate understanding of producer choices using supply 

Supply - Basic concepts
Supply - Conditions/Shifts

AS 90986 (1.4) Demonstrate understanding of how consumer, producer and/or government choices affect society, using market equilibrium 
Market - Equilibrium - Basics
Market equilibrium - Price/Output changes (Basics)
Sales tax and the market
Subsidy and the market
Price Controls - Maximum price
Price Controls - Minimum price

NCEA Level 2

AS 91222 (2.1) Analyse inflation using economic concepts and models
AD-C+I
AD - G+(X-M)
AD/AS Model
Aggregate Supply
Circular flow model - Basics (Two sector)
Circular flow model - Full model
Inflation - Causes of
Inflation - General price level changes
Inflation - Impacts
Inflation - Real values
Quantity Theory of money - (MV=PQ)

AS 91223 (2.2) Analyse international trade using economic concepts and models
Circular flow model - Basics (Two sector)
Circular flow model - Full model
Exchange rates - Basics
Exchange rates - Forex market
Trade - Changing pattern of trade
Trade - Current account deficit
Trade - Free trade
Trade - One country model
Trade - Two country model
Trade - Protectionism

AS 91224 (2.3)  Analyse economic growth using economic concepts and models 
Circular flow model - Basics (Two sector)
Circular flow model - Full model
Economic growth - Causes/Costs and benefits
Economic growth - Different measures
Economic growth - Savings/Investment
Production possibility curve - Basics
Production possibility curve - Shifts/Uses

NCEA Level 3
AS 91399
(3.1) Demonstrate understanding of the efficiency of market equilibrium
Market - Equilibrium basics
Market - Equilibrium Price and output changes (advanced)
Consumer/Producer surplus - Basics
Consumer/Producer surplus - Price controls
Consumer/Producer surplus - Subsidy
Consumer/Producer surplus - Tax
Consumer/Producer surplus - Trade
Elasticity - Demand, Basics
Elasticity - Demand, Calculations
Elasticity - Supply, Basics,
Elasticity - Supply, Calculations
Sales tax - Incidence
Subsidy - Incidence

AS 91400 (3.2) Demonstrate understanding of the efficiency of different market structures using marginal analysis
Costs - Accounting and economics                                                                                                 
Costs - Basic concepts
Costs - Break even/Shut down/Diminishing returns
Costs - Cost curve relationships
Imperfect competition - Features
Imperfect competition - Monopoly
Imperfect competition - MR=MC (Equilibrium)
Imperfect competition - Revenue curves
Natural Monopoly
Perfect competition - Features
Perfect competition - Long run
Perfect competition - MR=MC (Equilibrium)
Perfect competition - Revenue curves

AS 91403 (3.5) Demonstrate understanding of macro-economic influences on the New Zealand economy
AD - C+I
AD - G+(X-M)
AD/AS Model
Aggregate supply
Business cycle
Circular flow model - Basics (Two sector)
Circular flow model - Full model
Economic growth - Causes/Costs and benefits
Economic growth - Different measures
Economic growth - Savings/Investment
Exchange rate - Basics
Exchange rate - Forex Market
Fiscal policy
Inflation - Impacts
Monetary policy
Multiplier
Production possibility curve - Basics
Production possibility curve - Shifts/Uses
Taxes
Trade - Current account deficit
Trade - Free trade
Trade - Protectionism
Trade - Terms of trade
Supply side policies
Unemployment - Causes
Unemployment - Impact and policies

Please go HERE to view some of the 120 plus topics currently covered by eLearn Economics. Note, when you use the site content can found by using the search function.

Get your students to use the site on a regular basis.

At the start of a new topic use the multiple-choice questions to determine any pre knowledge students may have. It is recommended that students have individual access so results in multiple choice tests can be viewed and tracked and progress can be reviewed. They will need to complete 5 tests to get a result. Repeat this process once you have finished teaching the topic.

Get students to do the written questions and print off their answers. They should mark their answers themselves and hand in the results to the teacher. These can be reviewed by the teacher to gauge the accuracy of student responses and to check that students are marking their work correctly. Teacher feedback is recommended because student responses may be different from those supplied but still be relevant and have merit.This process will allow the student to become actively involved in his/her own learning.

 

  • supplement traditional teaching with the latest medium of learning
  • set homework and tasks for students
  • monitor student/learner progress 24/7 whenever and wherever (for students who have purchased an individual license whose results are stored at school in a database attached to your school)
  • track individual results and identify areas of strength and/or weaknesses
  • print out results for parent/teacher interviews
  • cover the online component outlined in the guidelines set out in the new curriculum (page 36 ‘Schools should explore not only how ICT can supplement traditional ways of teaching but also how it can open up new and different ways of learning’) and prepare your students for further tertiary study that incorporates online learning

Log in under the teacher admin. Click EDIT CLASSES, top right hand corner. In the text box CREATE A NEW CLASS enter the name of the class eg, L1 Jones, then click CREATE NOW. This will take you to the panel ARRANGE STUDENTS INTO CLASS GROUPS. Please note the only student names showing will be those that have purchased an individual licence. Click beside each student you wish to select for the class, a tick will appear beside each name when selected. Finally click MOVE STUDENTS at the bottom of  the page.

Log in under the teacher admin. Click EDIT CLASSES, top right hand corner. Use the drop down menu to select the class you wish the student to move into eg, L1 Jones. Click beside the student you wish to move, a tick will appear beside the students name when selected. Finally click MOVE STUDENTS at the bottom of  the page.

Teachers are able to use the  "TOPICS BY CLASS/MONTH"  to view results of students in their class by selected topic in a particular month. Teachers are also able to view an individual's progress for the month, (for the topics they have attempted), by selecting 'VIEW INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS'.

A CLASS REPORT FOR 12 MONTHS is a PDF file displaying monthly results for all students and topics in a selected class.

If a teacher wishes to view results for a single student then they need to select STUDENT REPORT FOR 12 MONTHS and select the relevant student.

You can see a MONTHLY BREAKDOWN for the year by selecting the topic from the drop down menu. This will then show the monthly score for the selected topic. The DOWNLOADABLE PDF REPORT provides a summary of all the topics and tests attempted throughout the year. Results, per month, are viewed either by topic order, best result or the number of tests undertaken. 

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Yes, schools can purchase the required number of activation codes and complete the sign up process in class or students can subscribe using the paypal option and register for the appropiate school/educational institute.

For the purpose of elearneconomics the school license covers all teachers, and students who are enrolled full time, at the invoiced school. Codes issued are also expressly for teachers, and students who are enrolled full time, at the invoiced school.

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