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Economics - Fall only

Grades 10 - 12
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Course Schedule
Class Follows Upper Fall Only Schedule
Dates: 2024-08-13 to 2024-12-10
Cost
Tuition: $200 / Semester
Supplies: $0
Expectations and Homework
This class requires about one - two hours of homework; a weekly in-class, closed-book quiz over terms, weekly Scripture memorization, and a collaborative (yep, talking it out with other students!) comprehensive final exam.
Prerequisites
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 introduces economic terms and concepts to young people about to enter the world of work or higher education.  This course will closely follow BJU's student text, only (NOT the teacher, activities, or test supplemental books).  Scripure memorization is also a graded part of class.  Interesting, relevant, outside-of-the-text activities will be assigned every week. 


 


 

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About Staci
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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