İKT 105 Ekonomiye Giriş
Quiz 1 ve 2 'nin çözümleri aşağıdadır.
25 Mayıs Cuma günü derste kitabın ilk 6 bölümünden örnek sorular çözeceğiz.
Çözülmesini istediğiniz soruları (çözmeyi deneyip takıldığınız soruları) lütfen bana Cuma gününden bir önceki dersimizde bildirin.
Bu derste 2 tane arasınav yapılacaktır!
İlki mikroekonomi, ikincisi makroekonomi konularından olacaktır.
Sınavların günü, saati ve sınıf listeleri için Öğrenci İşleri duyurularını takip edin!!
İlk arasınav dönemin 4. veya 5. haftasında olabilir.
Dönem sonu sınavının %50'si mikroekonomi, %50'si makroekonomi konularından olacaktır.
Bu videoyu izleyin!!
Khan's academy: Absolute adv versus comp adv:
Başka videolar için:
MAR 12, 2013
The Value of Higher Education is More Than Getting a Job
by Justin Marquis Ph.D.
Lost amid the strident voices for higher education accountability and lower costs is the very real fact that we are on a dangerous trajectory that is potentially robbing our students of one of the most important aspects of the college experience – the development of intellectualism.
I understand the realities of the world and the capitalist economy we live in as well as anyone. Students want jobs after graduation. In fact, if they are going to survive outside of their parents’ homes, it is imperative that they find employment soon after receiving their diploma. As a liberal arts graduate who worked several retail management jobs immediately out of college, I can attest to two things. My undergraduate English and Religious Studies majors did not get me a job. But my liberal arts background and the intellectualism that it promoted did prepare me for a lifetime of learning and a variety of possible career paths. The latter of these two facts should not be undervalued in a hyper-connected global world where the career you prepared for as a student may already have become defunct by the time you graduate. Students need to be prepared for a rapidly changing world, and they need to be trained to be self-motivated learners who are capable of adapting to new skills, positions, or even entire new disciplines if they are going to be successful after graduation.
Value in the Intangibles
A major in business, accounting, forensics, nursing, or any other field with a direct work focused outcome can certainly help with short-term job prospects for college students; however, such a tight focus may actually leave you on the outside looking in during the next economic slowdown or when that career becomes passé. Having an innate intellectual curiosity – a desire to explore and learn new things – can help you to either never become obsolete, or to more easily transition to a new career should the need arise. Additionally, many employers are now emphasizing hiring employees who are self-motivating, can communicate virtually, adapt to new technology on the fly, and think critically about problems encountered on the job, as well as those who are motivated to expand the job as new opportunities arise. College, and specifically those pesky core/distribution requirements, are exactly the places to cultivate these skills.
Cultivate Soft Skills
You may ask why any of these skills would be more effectively acquired in a class outside of your major than within it? That certainly does not need to be the case, but pursuing a variety of interests with vigor and rigor opens up more opportunities to cultivate these abilities than does a strict focus on one area. Here’s how to bolster the skills that will help you navigate a changing global economy, along with tips for achieving each:
All of these suggestions really lead to just one thing. In an increasingly unstable world you have, as Sarah Connor would say, "No fate but what you make." If you can take advantage of the amazing opportunities that a college education offers, not for job training, but for life training, you will help to ensure that, no matter what the world throws at you, you will be able to adapt and turn your challenges into opportunities. Start thinking about those required classes outside of your area not as a burden, but as a chance to help future-proof education and yourself.