Using Music to Teach Agricultural, Applied, and Environmental Economics
Matthew C. Rousu,
Mark Melichar and
Applied Economics Teaching Resources (AETR), 2021, vol. 3, issue 4
Education scholars (Brewer 1995; Jensen 2000) have long known that using music to teach can improve learning. In this article, we discuss songs that educators can use to teach agricultural, applied, and environmental economics topics. We also show how educators can easily and freely access these songs and suggest strategies for including them when teaching.
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