Angelo State University
San Angelo, TX
San Angelo, TX
Cheryl McGaughey has been an instructor of finance for 26 years at Angelo State University, where she teaches junior- and senior-level courses in Financial Management, Personal Finance, Investments, and Money and Banking. As the director of the Center for Economic Education, she provides training for area public school teachers in Personal Finance and Economics. She holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Mississippi and have been employed as a registered stockbroker and financial analyst in the corporate world.
Price Elasticity: From Tires to Toothpicks
In this economics lesson, students will compare elasticity coefficients of consumer goods.
Fewer Watts and Fatter Wallets
Students learn about incentives for alternative energy programs and the role played by non-price determinants in…
Closing the Gap
In this economics lesson, students will identify factors affecting GDP in different countries.
Dry as a Bone
This lesson examines the current state of drought in the United States and the economic impact of drought on l…
U.S. farmers and the Cuban embargo
In this economics lesson, students examine trade barriers using the U.S. trade embargo with Cuba.
Bringing the Market to the Farm
Students learn how community supported agriculture (CSAs) is changing the relationship between the farmer and th…
Old Toy - New Market
Students explore the LEGOLAND theme parks and demonstrate an understanding of how new markets can be created a…
It Pays to Stay in School
In this personal finance lesson, students will analyze and develop stay-in-school incentive programs for a group…
Why Adopt a Highway?
In this personal finance lesson, students will learn about the successful Adopt-a-Highway program.
From Butterflies to Buffaloes
Nature tourism, also known as ecotourism, is a fast growing segment of the tourism industry. In this lesson, s…