Going Global: Teaching How Nation
"To introduce principles of global economics, this self-contained resource engages students in active learning via fun-to-do activities--games, projects, role plays, reports, and collaborative assignments. Each of the book's 17 chapters features a short reading followed by review questions and one or two directed activities."--Publisher description.
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