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  • “Experimenting with an Embedded Librarian in an American Government Class” September 30, 2020
    Shyam K. Sriram and Amelia Glawe Georgia Perimeter College ssriram@gpc.edu One of the most exciting new directions in our discipline has been the growing experimentation with library science‐social science collaborations. These collaborations have taken the form of new ways of … The post “Experimenting with an Embedded Librarian in an American Government Class” appeared first […]
  • Emerson and Douglass in the Political Science Classroom September 30, 2020
    Shyam K. Sriram, Georgia Perimeter College, ssriram@gpc.edu In the summer of 2011, I had the opportunity to attend a week-­‐long NEH1 seminar on the American Lyceum at Northeastern University in Boston. The seminar focused on the role of oratory … The post Emerson and Douglass in the Political Science Classroom appeared first on APSA.
  • Using Presidential Daily Diaries as an Instructional Tool September 30, 2020
    Frank Franz, PhD, James Madison High School, Vienna, Virginia, frank.franz@fcps.edu For the past several years, I have used presidential daily diaries as an instructional tool with students during the study of the presidency in my AP U.S. government classes. Some … The post Using Presidential Daily Diaries as an Instructional Tool appeared first on APSA.
  • Classroom Innovation with “The Hunger Games” September 30, 2020
    Bruce Martin, PhD, New Mexico State University Alamogordo, md@nmsu.edu After nearly 15 years working as administrative staff in our college’s Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, I retired in spring 2013, but agreed to teach a class on “American Political … The post Classroom Innovation with “The Hunger Games” 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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