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Economics, Business, Civics and Citizenship 10 Second Edition (print and digital)

Economics, Business, Civics and Citizenship 10 Second Edition (print and digital)
AUTHOR(S):
Julie Cain / Tony Kuc / Gillian Somers
REGION:
Australia
LEVELS:
Year 10
SUBJECT AREA:
Business, Economics, and Legal / Humanities
ISBN:
9781108469739
PUBLICATION DATE:
12/10/2018
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Economics, Business, Civics and Citizenship Second Edition continues to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills students require to participate as active, engaged and informed citizens and consumers within the community, Australia and the world. It now offers a new level of digital support to bring the topics to life and provide teachers with valuable task-management, testing and reporting tools.

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Economics and Business
1 Indicators of economic performance and how Australia’s economy is performing
2 Links between economic performance and living standards and how and why variations exist
3 Government’s management of economic performance to improve living standards
4 Factors influencing major consumer and financial decisions
5 Managing a business to respond to changing economic conditions and to improve its productivity

Civics and Citizenship
6 Government and democracy
7 Laws and citizens
8 Citizenship, diversity and identity

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Economics, Business, Civics and Citizenship Second Edition continues to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills students require to participate as active, engaged and informed citizens and consumers within the community, Australia and the world. It now offers a new level of digital support to bring the topics to life and provide teachers with valuable task-management, testing and reporting tools. 

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Julie Cain

Julie Cain is the Senior Campus Principal at Mount Waverley Secondary College. Julie is an experienced VCE Legal Studies, Business Management, Economics and Humanities teacher. She has been Head of Senior School, Professional Learning Leader, a Teaching Fellow in the Masters of Teaching at the University of Melbourne and currently oversees Teaching and Learning. She regularly contributes to the VCTA journal Compak and presents at VCTA professional learning and student programs.

Tony Kuc

Tony is an education consultant, having previously taught in independent, Catholic, government and Christian schools for over 40 years. He has been Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School at several schools. He has a passion for teaching and has been extensively involved with the VCTA where he has published articles, conducted professional development sessions for teachers, presented at student lectures, been a long-standing Board member of VCTA, and served as president. He has also served as President of the national body – Business Educators Australasia. Tony has consistently advocated for good curriculum in the middle secondary level, and has previously published in this field. With the advent of Economics & Business and Civics & Citizenship (law-related components) Australian Curriculum, Tony was involved in the formulation of a draft position paper for the VCTA and in responding to ACARA draft curriculum in the fields above.

Gillian Somers

Gillian Somers is an education consultant and regularly presents professional development sessions for teachers and student revision lectures in the area of VCE Business Management. Gillian has been actively involved in consultation, auditing, reviewing and assessing for the VCAA. She edits the Business Management section of the VCTA journal COMPAK and is also a regular contributor to the journal and its annual conference COMVIEW. Previously, she was the Senior Business Management teacher and VET Coordinator at Trinity Grammar School, Kew.