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Making the Court Come to Life: Developing Effective Judicial Politics Simulations
Unformatted Document Text:  Fliter, John. 2007. “Incorporating a Sophisticated Supreme Court Simulation into an Undergraduate Constitutional Law Class.” Paper presented at the 2007 American Political Science Association Teaching and Learning Conference. Hensley, Thomas R. 1993. “Come to the Edge: Role Playing Activities in a Constitutional Law Class.” PS: Political Science and Politics 26 (1): 64. Hewitt, Roger, and Moira Inghilleri. 1993. “Oracy in the Classroom: Policy, Pedagogy, and Group Oral Work.” Anthropology and Education Quarterly 24 (4): 308. Jefferson, Kurt W. 1999. “The Bosnian War Crimes Trial Simulation: Teaching Students about the Fuzziness of World Politics and International Law.” PS: Political Science and Politics 32 (3): 588. Josefson, Jim, and Kelley Caseyn. 2000. “Simulating Issue Networks in Small Classes Using the World Wide Web.” PS: Political Science and Politics 33 (4): 843. Kanner, Michael D. 2007. “War and Peace: Simulating Security Decision Making in the Classroom.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (4): 795. Kathlene, Lyn, and Judd Choate. 1999. “Running for Elected Office: A Ten-Week Political Campaign Simulation for Upper-Division Courses.” PS: Political Science and Politics 32 (1): 69. Larson, Stephanie Greco. 2004. “’We The People:’ Diversifying Role Playing in Undergraduate American Politics Courses.” PS: Political Science and Politics 37 (2): 303. Mariani, Mack D. 2007. “Connecting Students to Politics through a Multi-Class Campaign Simulation.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (4): 789. McKeachie, Wilbert James, and Barbara Hofer. 2001. McKeachie’s Teaching Tips. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. Neubauer, David W. and Stephen S. Meinhold. 2007. Judicial Process: Law, Courts, and Politics in the United States. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth. Newmann, William W. and Judyth L. Twigg. 2000. “Active Engagement of the Intro IR Student:

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Fliter, John. 2007. “Incorporating a Sophisticated Supreme Court Simulation into an
Undergraduate Constitutional Law Class.” Paper presented at the 2007 American
Political
Science Association Teaching and Learning Conference.
Hensley, Thomas R. 1993. “Come to the Edge: Role Playing Activities in a Constitutional Law
Class.” PS: Political Science and Politics 26 (1): 64.
Hewitt, Roger, and Moira Inghilleri. 1993. “Oracy in the Classroom: Policy, Pedagogy, and
Group
Oral Work.” Anthropology and Education Quarterly 24 (4): 308.
Jefferson, Kurt W. 1999. “The Bosnian War Crimes Trial Simulation: Teaching Students about
the
Fuzziness of World Politics and International Law.” PS: Political Science and Politics
32 (3):
588.
Josefson, Jim, and Kelley Caseyn. 2000. “Simulating Issue Networks in Small Classes Using
the
World Wide Web.” PS: Political Science and Politics 33 (4): 843.
Kanner, Michael D. 2007. “War and Peace: Simulating Security Decision Making in the
Classroom.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (4): 795.
Kathlene, Lyn, and Judd Choate. 1999. “Running for Elected Office: A Ten-Week Political
Campaign Simulation for Upper-Division Courses.” PS: Political Science and Politics
32 (1):
69.
Larson, Stephanie Greco. 2004. “’We The People:’ Diversifying Role Playing in Undergraduate
American Politics Courses.” PS: Political Science and Politics 37 (2): 303.
Mariani, Mack D. 2007. “Connecting Students to Politics through a Multi-Class Campaign
Simulation.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (4): 789.
McKeachie, Wilbert James, and Barbara Hofer. 2001. McKeachie’s Teaching Tips. Boston,
Houghton
Mifflin.
Neubauer, David W. and Stephen S. Meinhold. 2007. Judicial Process: Law, Courts, and
Politics in the
United States. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth.
Newmann, William W. and Judyth L. Twigg. 2000. “Active Engagement of the Intro IR
Student:


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