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Fostering Active Learning in Research Methods Courses Through the Use of Survey Research Projects
Unformatted Document Text:  23 References Albanese, R., and Van Fleet, D.D. 1985. “Rational behavior in groups: The free-riding tendency.” Academy of Management Review , 10, 244-255. Alex-Assenshoh, Yvette. 2000. “Minority politics courses: Moving beyond controversy and toward active learning.” PS: Political Science and Politics, 33: 201- 206. Andresen L., Jackson M. & Kirby E. 1994. “Learning by doing.” Higher Education Research and Development, 13: 111-120. Bliss, J. 1990. “Students reactions to undergraduate science: Laboratory and project work.” In E. Hegarty-Hazel (Ed.) The Student Library and the Science Curriculum. Longdon: Routeledge, 393-396. Ciliotta-Rubery, Andrea, and Dena Levy. 2000. “Congressional committee simulation: An active learning experiment.” PS: Political Science and Politics, 33: 847-851. Dalto, Guy, Natalie Davis, and Robert Slagter. 2006. “Teaching research by doing it.” Presented at the 2007 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference. Fox, Richard and Shirley Ronkowski. 1997. “Learning styles of political science students.” PS: Political Science and Politics, 30: 732-737. Hill, Kim Quaile. 2006. “Track Summary.” Prepared for the 2006 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference. Hubbell, Larry. 1994. “Teaching research methods: An experiential and heterodoxical approach.” PS: Political Science and Politics, 27: 60-64. Lombardo, Salvatore. 2007. “Teaching research methods; A writing and research intensive approach.” Presented at the 2007 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference. Meyers, C. and Jones, T. B. 1993. Promoting active learning. Strategies for the college classroom. Jossey-Bass Publishers: San Francisco. Mulvey, P.W., & Klein, H. J. 1998. “The impact of perceived loafing and collective efficacy on group goal processes and group performance.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes , 74: 62-87. Rockler, MJ. 1979. “Teaching students to conceptualize the future through simulation

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References
Albanese, R., and Van Fleet, D.D. 1985. “Rational behavior in groups: The free-riding
tendency.”
Academy of Management Review , 10, 244-255.
Alex-Assenshoh, Yvette. 2000. “Minority politics courses: Moving beyond controversy
and toward active learning.” PS: Political Science and Politics, 33: 201- 206.

Andresen L., Jackson M. & Kirby E. 1994. “Learning by doing.” Higher Education
Research and Development, 13: 111-120.

Bliss, J. 1990. “Students reactions to undergraduate science: Laboratory and project
work.” In E. Hegarty-Hazel (Ed.) The Student Library and the Science
Curriculum. Longdon: Routeledge, 393-396.

Ciliotta-Rubery, Andrea, and Dena Levy. 2000. “Congressional committee simulation:
An active learning experiment.” PS: Political Science and Politics, 33:
847-851.

Dalto, Guy, Natalie Davis, and Robert Slagter. 2006. “Teaching research by doing it.”
Presented at the 2007 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference.

Fox, Richard and Shirley Ronkowski. 1997. “Learning styles of political science
students.”
PS: Political Science and Politics, 30: 732-737.

Hill, Kim Quaile. 2006. “Track Summary.” Prepared for the 2006 APSA Teaching and
Learning Conference.

Hubbell, Larry. 1994. “Teaching research methods: An experiential and heterodoxical
approach.”
PS: Political Science and Politics, 27: 60-64.

Lombardo, Salvatore. 2007. “Teaching research methods; A writing and research
intensive approach.” Presented at the 2007 APSA Teaching and Learning
Conference.

Meyers, C. and Jones, T. B. 1993. Promoting active learning. Strategies for the college
classroom
. Jossey-Bass Publishers: San Francisco.
Mulvey, P.W., & Klein, H. J. 1998. “The impact of perceived loafing and collective
efficacy on group goal processes and group performance.” Organizational
Behavior and Human Decision Processes , 74: 62-87.
Rockler, MJ. 1979. “Teaching students to conceptualize the future through simulation


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