The EBE Journal — 2016

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EBE Journal Issue 1 2016The EBE Journal: Issue 1 — 2016


  • President’s Report – Joe Alvaro
  • EBE NSW News
  • Economics and Business News Bites – Compiled by Joe Alvaro, EBE NSW President
  • EBE NSW Helpdesk
  • Legal News Bites – Compiled by Joe Alvaro, EBE NSW President
  • student2student – Top 10 tips for writing an effective Business Plan for the CPA Australia Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition – Srishti Jain, 2015 CPA Australia PYOE NSW Competition Finalist, 2016 Year 12 student at Hurlstone Agricultural High School
  • Using the Thinker’s Keys to develop critical and creative thinking students –  Mai Ni Pham, EBE NSW Director, Hurlstone Agricultural High School
  • How unions are changing in a bid for relevance – and survival – Andreas Pekarek and Peter Gahan, University of Melbourne
  • Commerce and Economics learning activities based on “How unions are changing in a bid for relevance – and survival” Developed by Sam Cavallaro, Hurlstone Agricultural High School
  • Creating assessment tasks that connect students across stages of learning within the school community – Mai Ni Pham, EBE NSW Director, Hurlstone Agricultural High School
  • Contemporary Human Rights Issue Extended Response: Human Trafficking and Slavery – Adam Konya
  • Preliminary Legal Studies Assessment Task: Part 2 The Individual and the Law & Part 3 The Law in Practice – Felicity Callahan, Moorebank High School
  • Trade liberalisation – friend or foe? – Dejan Gendic, Second Year Undergraduate Student Bachelor of Economics, The University of Sydney
  • Some Reflections on Business Education – Ankita Kuntamukkala, S P Jain School of Global Management
  • Improving extended response writing in Economics with metacognitive frameworks – Matthew Parsons, EBE NSW Director, St Ignatius’ College Riverview & Lloyd Walker, Roseville College, Head of Social Sciences
  • ASX Schools Sharemarket Game 1 2016 – Amanda Mior, ASX Sharemarket Game Coordinator
  • Australian International School Teacher Profile – Henryk Flak, Hong Kong
  • Submission to 2016 Review of the NSW Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) by Economics and Business Educators NSW

EBE Journal Issue 2 2016The EBE Journal: Issue 2 — 2016


  • President’s Report
  • EBE NSW News
  • 2016 EBE NSW CPA Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition
  • PYOE NSW Divison 1 winner successful at the 2016 national awards ceremony (national Division 1 winner)
  • Student2Student: How to Overcome the Pitfalls of Business Planning by Sarah Matthias (Division 1 Winner of CPA Australia Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition 2016)
  • A Challenging ASX Schools Sharemarket Game
  • Barry Collier OAM by Murray Trembath, St George & Sutherland Shire Leader
  • Economics Candidature Update by Mai Ni Pham, EBE NSW Director, Hurlstone Agricultural High School
  • How economics lost its identity in Australia, and how to get it back by Gigi Foster, Senior Lecturer, UNSW
  • Promoting community connections and confident creative individuals: Preliminary Business Studies Assessment Task. Developed by Cath McIntyre, Orara High School
  • Trade New Ideas for Old by Wendy Mockler-Giles, Lumen Christi Catholic College, Pambula Beach
  • Law in Practice – Class Project by Lauren Imber, Georges River Grammar, Georges Hall
  • What is critical thinking? And do universities really teach it? by Martin Davies, Principal Fellow/Associate Professor in Higher Education, University of Melbourne
  • Ng Way! Interior designer, theatre manager, human rights advocate and educator
  • Australian Council for Human Rights Education by Lynda-ann Blanchard, Vice President ACHRE
  • Guided reciprocal peer questioning by Elly Klappas, Hurlstone Agricultural High School
  • Economics and Business Educators NSW Survey: Reserve Bank of Australia support for teachers of Economics by Nicholas Ward, EBE NSW Director, Ryde Secondary College and Bronwyn Hession, EBE NSW Director
  • Understanding Social Enterprise with The Big Issue Classroom by Melissa Walsh and Sam Clark, The Big Issue Classroom
  • Vale Mike Horsley by Bronwyn Hession
  • Book Review – “Know Accounting Graphically” by Mike Darlow
  • Balance Charts: A New Way to Teach Accounting Basics by Mike Darlow
  • President’s Report to the 2016 EBE NSW Annual General Meeting
  • 2017 EBE NSW Economics Update Conference information

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