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  • Changes to the Journal of Political Science Education October 23, 2020
    Victor Asal, State University of New York, Albany This essay originally appeared in the Political Science Educator’s Winter 2017 issue. I am writing to you as the new editor in chief of the Journal of Political Science Education (JPSE). … The post Changes to the Journal of Political Science Education appeared first on APSA.
  • Collaborative Civic Engagement Projects in Online Courses October 20, 2020
    William O’Brochta, Washington University in St. Louis Political science instructors across subfields utilize civic and community engagement activities to increase the relevance of course content, to help students understand diverse perspectives, and to provide avenues for students to get … The post Collaborative Civic Engagement Projects in Online Courses appeared first on APSA.
  • The Writer’s Workshop: A Solution for Better Writing and Learning October 19, 2020
    Adam Irish University of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign This essay originally appeared in the Political Science Educator’s Spring 2012 edition. My first experiences teaching students to write occurred during a two‐year stint as a Teach For America (TFA) teacher in Las … The post The Writer’s Workshop: A Solution for Better Writing and Learning appeared first […]
  • Political Theory, Museum Studies, and Pedagogy October 19, 2020
    Ellen Grigsby – University of New Mexico This essay originally appeared in the Political Science Educator’s Spring 2011 issue.   Political theory instructors seeking to emphasize close textual analysis may find it challenging to teach in such a manner as to … The post Political Theory, Museum Studies, and Pedagogy appeared first on APSA.
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  • “You Hafta Push”: Using Sapphire’s Novel to Teach Introduction to American Government August 21, 2020
    “You Hafta Push”: Using Sapphire’s Novel to Teach Introduction to American Government by Christine Pappas, East Central University Using fiction in the classroom can dramatize public policy issues and political science concepts, therefore, making them [...] The post “You Hafta Push”: Using Sapphire's Novel to Teach Introduction to American Government first appeared on https://politicalsciencenow.com.
  • The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection August 20, 2020
    The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection by Michelle D. Deardorff, Jackson State University This essay discusses concrete approaches for faculty to use when teaching a student body whose demographics and cultural backgrounds are significantly [...] The post The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection first appeared on https://politicalsciencenow.com.
  • Teaching the Arab World and the West…As an Arab in the West August 19, 2020
    Teaching the Arab World and the West…As an Arab in the West by Samer Abboud, Arcadia University How do the subjective experiences of faculty and students shape the classroom and the study of global politics? [...] The post Teaching the Arab World and the West…As an Arab in the West first appeared on https://politicalsciencenow.com.
  • What’s in a Name…or a Face? Student Perceptions of Faculty Race August 19, 2020
    What’s in a Name…or a Face? Student Perceptions of Faculty Race by Jeanette Morehouse Mendez, Oklahoma State University & Jesse Perez Mendez, University of Central Florida Utilizing Critical Race Theory (CRT) as a conceptual framework, [...] The post What’s in a Name…or a Face? Student Perceptions of Faculty Race first appeared on https://politicalsciencenow.com.
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  • In New APSR Article, Political Scientists Ask: “How Much Is One American Worth?” October 26, 2020
    In the APSA Public Scholarship Program, graduate students in political science produce summaries of new research in the American Political Science Review. This piece, written by Kumar Ramanathan, covers the new article by Diana C. [...] The post In New APSR Article, Political Scientists Ask: “How Much Is One American Worth?” first appeared on https://politicalsciencenow.com.
  • Why Forecast? The Value of Forecasting to Political Science October 26, 2020
    Why Forecast? The Value of Forecasting to Political Science by Keith Dowding Many people mistake forecasting with scientific prediction. A scientific prediction is a logical implication drawn from some theory. It need have no future [...] The post Why Forecast? The Value of Forecasting to Political Science first appeared on https://politicalsciencenow.com.
  • Meet Luzmarina Garcia, 2020 Fund for Latino Scholarship Recipient October 26, 2020
    Luzmarina Garcia is a Ph.D. student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research interests are at the intersection of judicial and identity politics. Her dissertation project examines whether the gender bias that has [...] The post Meet Luzmarina Garcia, 2020 Fund for Latino Scholarship Recipient first appeared on https://politicalsciencenow.com.
  • 2020 Election Series: Policy, Movements and the Social Determinants of Health in the 2020 Election  October 23, 2020
    2020 Election Series: Policy, Movements and the Social Determinants of Health in the 2020 Election  Join Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy for their 2020 Election Series panel on “Policy, Movements, and The Social Determinants [...] The post 2020 Election Series: Policy, Movements and the Social Determinants of Health in the 2020 Election  first appeared […]