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Engaging the Unengaged: Using Visual Images to Enhance the 'Poli Sci 101' Experience of Non-majors
Unformatted Document Text:  REFERENCES Bartlett, R. M. and J. Strough. 2003. “Multimedia Versus Traditional Course Instruction in Introductory Social Psychology.” Teaching of Psychology 30(4): 335-338. Battistoni, R. 2002. Civic Engagment Across the Curriculum: A Resource Book for Service Learning Faculty in All Disciplines. Brown University: Campus Compact. Chanlin, L. 1997. “The Effects of Verbal Elaboration and Visual Elaboration on Student Learning.” International Journal of Instructional Media 24(4): 333-339. Chanlin, L. 1998. “Animation to Teach Students of Different Knowledge Levels.” Journal of Instructional Psychology 25(3): 166-175. Colby, A., T. Ehrlich, E. Beaumont, and J. Stephens. 2003. Educating Citizens: Preparing America’s Undergraduates for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Colby, A., E. Beaumont, T. Ehrlich, and J. Corngold. 2007. Educating for Democracy : PreparingUundergraduates for Responsible Political Engagement. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Comber, M.K. 2003. “Civics Curriculum and Civic Skills.” CIRCLE fact sheet (November)Comber, M.K. 2005. “The Effects of Civic Education on Civic Skills.” CIRCLE Fact Sheet (October)Erwin, T.D. & R. Rieppi. 1999. “Comparing Multimedia and Traditional Approaches in Undergraduate Psychology Classes.” Teaching of Psychology 26:58-61. Frey, D.K. 1994. “Analysis of Students’ Perceptual Styles and Their Use of Multimedia.” Perceptual and Motor Skills 79:643-649. Furlong, S.R. and D. Scheberle. 2006. “Exploring the Role of Political Science Courses in Civic Engagement.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Gimpel, J.G., J.C. Lay, and J.E. Schuknecht. 2003. Cultivating Democracy: Civic Environments and Political Socialization in America. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press. Gleason, M. 1986. “Better Communication in Large Courses.” College Teaching 34:20-24.Gostick, J.E. and P.S. Gostick. 1996. “Multimedia in the classroom.” Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 28: 291-294. Greeno, J.G., A.M. Collins, and L.B. Resnick. 1996. “Cognition and Learning.” In Berliner, D.C. and R.C. Calfee (eds.), Handbook of Educational Psychology (pp. 15-46). New York: Simon & Schuster; Macmillan. Hagen, A., K. Edwards, and A. Brown. 1997. “The Impact of Technology on Classroom Presentations: An Empirical Investigation.” The Journal of Private Enterprise Spring: 54-68. Hallett, T. and G. Faria. 2006. “Teaching with Multimedia: Do Bells and Whistles Help Students Learn?” Journal of Technology in Human Services 24(2): 167-179. Harrington, D. 1999. “Teaching Statistics: A Comparison of Traditional Classroom and Programmed Instruction/Distance Learning Approaches.” Journal of Social Work Education 35:343-352. Hashemzadeh, N. and L. Wilson. 2007. “Teaching with the Lights Out: What Do We Really Know About the Impact of Technology Intensive Instruction?” College Student Journal 41(3): 601-612. Heckler, S.E., T.L. Childers, & M.J. Houston. 1993. “On the Construct Validity of the SOP Scale.” Journal of Mental Imagery 17:119-132. Herman, L. 1996. “Personal Empowerment.” In T.L. Becker & R.A. Couto (Eds.), Teaching Democracy by Being Democratic. (pp.53-74). Westport, CT: Praeger. Hunter, S. and R.A. Brisbin, Jr. 1999. “The Impact of Service Learning on Democratic Values.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.

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REFERENCES
Bartlett, R. M. and J. Strough. 2003. “Multimedia Versus Traditional Course Instruction in Introductory
Social Psychology.” Teaching of Psychology 30(4): 335-338.
Battistoni, R. 2002. Civic Engagment Across the Curriculum: A Resource Book for Service Learning
Faculty in All Disciplines. Brown University: Campus Compact.
Chanlin, L. 1997. “The Effects of Verbal Elaboration and Visual Elaboration on Student Learning.”
International Journal of Instructional Media 24(4): 333-339.
Chanlin, L. 1998. “Animation to Teach Students of Different Knowledge Levels.” Journal of
Instructional Psychology 25(3): 166-175.
Colby, A., T. Ehrlich, E. Beaumont, and J. Stephens. 2003. Educating Citizens: Preparing America’s
Undergraduates for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Colby, A., E. Beaumont, T. Ehrlich, and J. Corngold. 2007. Educating for Democracy :
PreparingUundergraduates for Responsible Political Engagement. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-
Bass.
Comber, M.K. 2003. “Civics Curriculum and Civic Skills.” CIRCLE fact sheet (November)
Comber, M.K. 2005. “The Effects of Civic Education on Civic Skills.” CIRCLE Fact Sheet (October)
Erwin, T.D. & R. Rieppi. 1999. “Comparing Multimedia and Traditional Approaches in Undergraduate
Psychology Classes.” Teaching of Psychology 26:58-61.
Frey, D.K. 1994. “Analysis of Students’ Perceptual Styles and Their Use of Multimedia.” Perceptual and
Motor Skills 79:643-649.
Furlong, S.R. and D. Scheberle. 2006. “Exploring the Role of Political Science Courses in Civic
Engagement.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science
Association.
Gimpel, J.G., J.C. Lay, and J.E. Schuknecht. 2003. Cultivating Democracy: Civic Environments and
Political Socialization in America. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
Gleason, M. 1986. “Better Communication in Large Courses.” College Teaching 34:20-24.
Gostick, J.E. and P.S. Gostick. 1996. “Multimedia in the classroom.” Behavior Research Methods,
Instruments, & Computers 28: 291-294.
Greeno, J.G., A.M. Collins, and L.B. Resnick. 1996. “Cognition and Learning.” In Berliner, D.C. and
R.C. Calfee (eds.), Handbook of Educational Psychology (pp. 15-46). New York: Simon &
Schuster; Macmillan.
Hagen, A., K. Edwards, and A. Brown. 1997. “The Impact of Technology on Classroom Presentations:
An Empirical Investigation.” The Journal of Private Enterprise Spring: 54-68.
Hallett, T. and G. Faria. 2006. “Teaching with Multimedia: Do Bells and Whistles Help Students Learn?”
Journal of Technology in Human Services 24(2): 167-179.
Harrington, D. 1999. “Teaching Statistics: A Comparison of Traditional Classroom and Programmed
Instruction/Distance Learning Approaches.” Journal of Social Work Education 35:343-352.
Hashemzadeh, N. and L. Wilson. 2007. “Teaching with the Lights Out: What Do We Really Know About
the Impact of Technology Intensive Instruction?” College Student Journal 41(3): 601-612.
Heckler, S.E., T.L. Childers, & M.J. Houston. 1993. “On the Construct Validity of the SOP Scale.”
Journal of Mental Imagery 17:119-132.
Herman, L. 1996. “Personal Empowerment.” In T.L. Becker & R.A. Couto (Eds.), Teaching Democracy
by Being Democratic. (pp.53-74). Westport, CT: Praeger.
Hunter, S. and R.A. Brisbin, Jr. 1999. “The Impact of Service Learning on Democratic Values.” Paper
presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.


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