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Economics - Fall only

Grades 10 - 12
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Course Schedule
Class Follows Upper Fall Only Schedule
Dates: 2023-08-24 to 2023-11-16
Tuition: $185 / Semester
Supplies: $0
Expectations and Homework
This class requires about one-two hours of homework; a weekly at-home, open-book test; and a weekly in-class, closed-book quiz over terms.
Econ is a SOCIAL study, so please don't let any math-y worries prevent you from taking the class.
Class Supplies Needed
I love a three-ring binder with a pocket divider. Do bring a pencil and paper, and a colored implement for grading. I PROHIBIT those irritating spiral notebooks that make a mess.
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About the Course
Economics - Fall only

This course will use BJU's student text, only (NOT the teacher, activities, or test supplemental books).  Scripure memorization is also a graded part of class.  




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About Staci

I have been privileged to teach with Cornerstone since 2016. I love English and excelled in my English studies through college. I currently teach 9th grade Composition and Literature Analysis, and as needed, upper school Economics, Business Math, Survey of Economic Systems (Capitalism v. Socialism from a Christian Worldview), and starting in 2024, I am thrilled to mentor a dual credit Intro to Psychology class through Southeastern University.

I have 4 children and 3 grandchildren. I was baptized when I was 23 years old at a church of Christ in Jackson, TN. I am currently a member at Southeast Christian church and attend the Indiana campus, where I soak up love and learning on Sunday mornings, and enjoy working in the cafe with the Middle School Ministry.

I earned my BSBA in Business Administration- concentrating in Economics, with a minor in Psychology - from Union University in Jackson, TN in 1994; I was honored to receive the 1994 Award for Academic Excellence in Economics and Finance. I then taught adults in a Business School. Later, I worked for 7 years in the automotive industry, where I became ASQ certified as a Quality Engineer, where auditing, and training, and leading systematic team problem-solving using graphical analysis and statistics were daily tasks.

I think teaching is fun, and my goal is that your child's time in my class is efficient - that they feel accomplished, make thousands of neural connections, and remember a lot!

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