The Waymaker modules that we have used this semester as a text are part of an experiment to improve content resources to enhance student learning. In order to see what works, we need to know how you used the Waymaker software. To that end, I would really appreciate your completing the following survey. If you do, I will give you extra credit towards your final grade.
I won’t get access to the survey results until after grades go in so nothing you say will affect your grade in this course. I want to know what you genuinely think and how you actually used Waymaker. I will not look at how any one person responds to any of the questions. Your candid responses will help future students in ECON 201 not just at UMW but around the country. Thanks very much!
The end-of-course survey is here.
Please explore the course website to find the answers to the following questions.
- Where is Dr. Greenlaw’s office and when are his office hours?
- What are the yellow boxes on the Visual Syllabus?
- How many weeks into the semester is the first exam?
- What gets counted in your Homework & Class Participation grade?
- What is the reading for Week 7 of this course?
Please submit your answers by email no later than 5pm on Friday!
Welcome to ECON 201, Principles of Macroeconomics!
Listen to this story from NPR, and see if you can illustrate the story with supply & demand curves.
The course website/syllabus explains the most important things you need to know for this course. To that end, here is a scavenger hunt to help you learn those things. The answers can be found from the website.
o How do you send Prof. Greenlaw an anonymous comment?
o What do the blue boxes show on the Visual Syllabus?
o How many weeks until the first exam?
o What grade will you get for Class Participation if you miss a noticeable amount of class?
o The second required reading for Topic 10 is from where?
o Extra Credit: Who is the lead content expert on your textbook?
Answers to the scavenger hunt should be emailed to me by class time this Friday. Your score will be credited to your homework & class participation grade.
Some of you asked for additional help with supply and demand problems. Here are some samples to work through. When you’re ready, we can go over them together. Just let me know when you want to do that.