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Handbook on teaching and learning in political science and international relations

Author: John T Ishiyama; William J Miller; Eszter Simon
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2015] ©2015
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With a focus on providing concrete teaching strategies for scholars, the Handbook on Teaching and Learning in Political Science and International Relations blends both theory and practice in an accessible and clear manner. In an effort to help faculty excel as classroom teachers, the expert contributors offer representation from various types of institutions located throughout the world. Split into three distinct  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John T Ishiyama; William J Miller; Eszter Simon
ISBN: 9781782548485 1782548483
OCLC Number: 905649742
Description: 1 online resource (xxvii, 464 pages) illustrations.
Contents: Best practices in the American undergraduate political science curriculum / E. Fletcher McClellan --
Capstone courses and senior seminars as culminating experiences in undergraduate political science education / Paul E. Sum --
Teaching politics to practitioners / John Craig --
Best practices in professional development in graduate education / Clodagh Harris --
Distance and online course design / J. Simon Rofe --
Student and civic engagement: cultivating the skills, efficacy and identities that increase student involvement in learning and in public life / J. Cherie Strachan --
Curricular and program assessment techniques in the United States / Kerstin Hamann --
Performance assessment in Europe / Alasdair Blair --
Course based assessment and student feedback / William J. Miller --
Multidisciplinary approaches to teaching political science / Brenda Kauffman --
Promoting information literacy and information research / Stephen Thornton --
Internationalization of the curriculum (bologna process) / Erkki Berndtson --
Promoting employability and jobs skills via the political science curriculum / Simon Lightfoot --
After the apocalypse : a simulation for introduction to politics classes / Wendy L. Watson, Jesse Hamner, Elizabeth A. Oldmixon and Kimi King --
Teaching conflict and conflict resolution / Agnieszka Paczynska --
Teaching about diversity issues / Boris E. Ricks --
Teaching gender politics / Fiona Buckley --
Teaching graduate research methods / Mitchell Brown --
Teaching undergraduate research methods / Cristina Leston-Bandeira --
Teaching political theory / Matthew J. Moore --
Teaching controversial topics / David Malet --Teaching at the community college : faculty role, responsibilities and pedagogical techniques / Erin Richards --
Teaching international relations / Rebecca Glazier --
Effective syllabus design / John Ishiyama And Robert G. Rodriguez --
Integrating technology into the classroom / Gabriela Pleschova --
War, peace and everything in between : simulations in international relations / Victor Asal, Chad Raymond and Simon Usherwood --
Developing your own in-class simulations : design advice and a 'commons' simulation example / Mark A. Boyer And Elizabeth T. Smith --
Group work in political science: how to get collaboration into the classroom / Bobbi Gentry --
Designing team-based learning activities / Andreas Broscheid --
Experiential education in political science and international relations / Elizabeth Bennion --
Best practices in problem based learning / Heidi Maurer --
Developing student scholars : best practices in promoting undergraduate research / James M. Scott --
Teaching international relations with film and literature : using non-traditional texts in the classroom / Jennifer K. Lobasz And Brandon Valeriano --
Promoting course based writing in the discipline / Brian Smentkowski --
Best practices in undergraduate lecturing : how to make large classes work / Kinga Kas and Elizabeth Sheppard --
Political science and the scholarship of teaching / Jeffrey L. Bernstein --
Getting students to talk : best practices in promoting student discussion / Michael P. Marks.
Responsibility: edited by John Ishiyama, University of North Texas, USA; William J. Miller, Flagler College, USA; Eszter Simon, Masaryk University, Czech Republic.

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