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  • Building an Inclusive Syllabus: webinar & resources December 1, 2021
    On Wednesday, October 27, 2021, APSA held “Building an Inclusive Syllabus: A Joint Teaching & Learning and Diversity & Inclusion Programs Webinar.” The event featured expert panelists providing practical tips and suggestions for political science educators from all subfields to … The post Building an Inclusive Syllabus: webinar & resources appeared first on APSA.
  • Service Learning at an HSI: A Preliminary Analysis November 3, 2021
    Dr. Andrew Smith, Lecturer I, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley An area of political science education that has received renewed attention since the late 1990s is service learning – defined as “course learning outcomes…linked with community service in … The post Service Learning at an HSI: A Preliminary Analysis appeared first on APSA.
  • Niva Golan-Nadir: 2020-2021 Campus Teaching Award Winner Interview Series November 3, 2021
    Excellence in teaching political science is essential to the discipline. This interview series highlights campus teaching award winners who have been recognized by APSA for their achievements. Learn more about the campus teaching award recognition program here. Niva Golan-Nadir … The post Niva Golan-Nadir: 2020-2021 Campus Teaching Award Winner Interview Series appeared first on APSA.
  • Using Light Board Lectures as a Tool for Student Engagement in an Online Political Science Statistics Course October 28, 2021
    Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 1 Featured Essays Gregory A. Petrow, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Nebraska, Omaha Teaching quantitative analysis is important in disciplines such as political science that conduct the scientific study of human society. … The post Using Light Board Lectures as a Tool for Student Engagement in an […]
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  • Meet the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education November 15, 2021
    The American Political Science Association is excited to announce the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education: Editor-in-Chief: Charity Butcher, Professor, Kennesaw State University Lead Editor:  Alasdair Blair, Jean Monnet Professor, De Montfort University Associate Editors: [...] The post Meet the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education appeared first on .
  • APSA: Home for the Political Science Community August 20, 2021
    APSA is Home to the Political Science Community The American Political Science Association (APSA) brings together political scientists from all fields of inquiry, regions, and occupational endeavors within and outside academe to deepen our understanding [...] The post APSA: Home for the Political Science Community appeared first on .
  • Call for Editor(s): Journal of Political Science Education  June 18, 2021
    Call for Editor(s): Journal of Political Science Education  Applications Due September 1, 2021 The American Political Science Association (APSA) invites applications and nominations for editorship of the Journal of Political Science Education (JPSE) to begin a term [...] The post Call for Editor(s): Journal of Political Science Education  appeared first on .
  • “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 appeared first on .
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  • Dalton and Putnam: Teaching Political Polarization to Generation Z Students December 7, 2021
    Dalton and Putnam: Teaching Political Polarization to Generation Z Students By Mark K. McBeth, Jules Belyea and Andrew Perry, Idaho State University Political polarization and generational politics are important topics in contemporary political science classrooms. [...] The post Dalton and Putnam: Teaching Political Polarization to Generation Z Students appeared first on .
  • Help APSA Support Political Science Students and Scholars in Need December 7, 2021
    Make a Contribution to the APSA Members and supporters of the American Political Science Association come together each year to celebrate and encourage charitable giving to the profession. Your donation to APSA will help us [...] The post Help APSA Support Political Science Students and Scholars in Need appeared first on .
  • Chapter 7: Taking a Structural Approach to Civic Education in Aotearoa New Zealand December 7, 2021
    Teaching Civic Engagement Globally is the result of collaborative work spanning scholars from multiple disciplines, fields, and careers. Political scientists, educators, and students have joined to produce important, timely research. Chapter 7: Taking a Structural [...] The post Chapter 7: Taking a Structural Approach to Civic Education in Aotearoa New Zealand appeared first on .
  • COVID-19: A Crisis of Borders December 6, 2021
    COVID-19: A Crisis of Borders By Anna Boucher, University of Sydney, Gerda Hooijer, University College, Desmond King, University of Oxford, Isabelle Napier, University of Oxford and Marc Stears, University of Sydney The public health crisis [...] The post COVID-19: A Crisis of Borders appeared first on .