How do Central Banks think? A crash course. A set of educative videos explaining simple monetary policy in layman's terms.

Previous teaching:

Impressions from a cooperative learning (CL) experiment:

I incorporated cooperative learning in the Time Series course of 2013. Acknoledgements to Richard Felder for his amazing material. Students were divided in heterogenous groups of 3 or 4 after answering a questionnaire about their background and study schedules.The final grade consisted of three marks and measures the following skills: 

Positive outcomes: It was possible to identify which groups worked well together and free-riders. The peer assessment made them more committed to group work.

Negative outcomes: It requires a lot of work both from lecturers and students, therefore it might not be a good methodology for an elective course.