Presentation Type


Session Abstract

The structure of a writing intensive Food and Wine Economics course will be presented. The course is based on OER enabled constructionist pedagogy. The main guiding principle in this class is the movement from disposable assignments destined for the garbage bin towards renewable assignments where students’ work adds value to the world.

Presenter Bios

Dr. Dolar has a very rich international experience. She was born in Slovenia (at that time still under Yugoslavia), obtained her IB diploma in Italy at the United World College of the Adriatic, studied in Canada and obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Her current research interests include health economics focusing on eating decision, nutrition and obesity, labor economics, and economic education.

Start Date

31-5-2018 11:35 AM


May 31st, 11:35 AM

A Move from Disposable to Renewable Assignments


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