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Dr. Grace Onodipe is an assistant professor in economics in the School of Business at Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) in Lawrenceville, GA, USA. In the last twelve years, before joining GGC in 2013, she taught university level economics through asynchronous online delivery format at online universities.
Since earning her Ph.D. (2003) in Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics from The Ohio State University, she has presented papers at conferences and workshops. She has also published articles highlighting core concepts of innovative use of technology in the teaching of economics and business statistics, in online and face-to-face delivery formats.
Onodipe, G. O. (2019).Using smartphones for formative assessment in the flipped classroom. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies…
Onodipe, G. O. (2017). Engaging and Empowering Dual Enrollment Students: A Principles of Economics Course Example. In Empowering Learners With Mobile Open-Access Learning Initiatives (pp. 194-219). IGI Global.
Onodipe, G. & Ayadi, M. 2016. A case study in Microeconomics. In L. Santos Green, J. R. Banas, & R. Perkins (Eds.), The flipped college classroom: Conceptualized and re-conceptualized. New York: Springer.
Onodipe, G., Ayadi M.F., & Marquez, R. (2016). “Efficient Design of an Online Course: Principles of Economics,” Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (JEEER) 17 (1): 39 – 51.
Onodipe, G., & Ayadi M.F. (2013). “Promoting Critical Thinking in Online Discussion Threads: Lessons learned teaching Economics,” Southwestern Business Administration Journal (SBAJ) 13 (1 & 2): 23 – 46.