I'm always keeping my eyes open for new or different resources that I can integrate into my Economic Statistics and Econometrics courses. For example, as I've mentioned before in previous posts (here and here), I've been really pleased with what I've been able to achieve with Wolfram's cdf files.
In my undergrad. Statistical Inference course I also refer the students to some of the excellent mini-lectures by Keith Bower. I find his presentations to be clear and (very importantly) accurate.
If you check out YouTube you'll find a number of video presentations relating to the teaching of econometrics. To be honest, many of them don't particularly impress me. Maybe I'm just hard to please!
There are some exceptions to this, though, including David Hendry's 20111 lecture on Teaching Undergraduate Economics at Oxford, and the great series of videos of Mark Thoma in action in the classroom.
© 2013, David E Giles