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Reacting to the Past: Extended Simulations and the Learning Experience in Political Science
Unformatted Document Text:  MaGee, Michael. 2006. “Canadian Council on Learning State of Field Review: Simulation in Education, Final Report.” http://ccl-cca.ca/NR/rdonlyres/C8CB4C08-F7D3-4915-BDAA-C41250A43516/0/SFRSimulatio ninEducationJul06REV.pdf. (8 February 2008). Newmann, William W. and Judyth L. Twigg. 2000. “Active Engagement for the Intro IR Student: A Simulation Approach.” PS: Political Science and Politics 33 (December): 835 - 42. Offut, William. 2006. New York City in the American Revolution, 1775 - 76. Pace University. Typescript. Pappas, Christine and Charles Peaden. 2004. “Running for Your Grade: A Six-Week Senatorial Campaign Simulation.” PS: Political Science and Politics 37 (October): 859 - 63. Pryor, John H. et al. 2006. The American Freshman National Norms for 2006. http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/heri/PDFs/06CIRPFS_Norms_Narrative.pdf. (14 June 2007). Rankin, David. 2005. “US-UK Identity, Political Knowledge, and the War in Iraq.” Presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC. http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p40251_index.html. (10 June 2007). Shellman, Stephen M. 2001. “Active Learning in Comparative Politics: A Mock German Elec- tion and Coalition-Formation Simulation.” PS: Political Science and Politics 34 (December): 827 - 34. Smith, Elizabeth T. and Mark A. Boyer. 1996. “Designing In-Class Simulations.” PS: Political Science and Politics 29 (December): 690 - 94. Wolcott, Charles. 1980. Simple Simulations 2. Washington: American Political Science Associa- tion. 18

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MaGee, Michael. 2006. “Canadian Council on Learning State of Field Review: Simulation in
Education, Final Report.”
http://ccl-cca.ca/NR/rdonlyres/C8CB4C08-F7D3-4915-BDAA-C41250A43516/0/SFRSimulatio
ninEducationJul06REV.pdf. (8 February 2008).
Newmann, William W. and Judyth L. Twigg. 2000. “Active Engagement for the Intro IR Student:
A Simulation Approach.” PS: Political Science and Politics 33 (December): 835 - 42.
Offut, William. 2006. New York City in the American Revolution, 1775 - 76. Pace University.
Typescript.
Pappas, Christine and Charles Peaden. 2004. “Running for Your Grade: A Six-Week Senatorial
Campaign Simulation.” PS: Political Science and Politics 37 (October): 859 - 63.
Pryor, John H. et al. 2006. The American Freshman National Norms for 2006.
Rankin, David. 2005. “US-UK Identity, Political Knowledge, and the War in Iraq.” Presented at
the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC.
Shellman, Stephen M. 2001. “Active Learning in Comparative Politics: A Mock German Elec-
tion and Coalition-Formation Simulation.” PS: Political Science and Politics 34 (December):
827 - 34.
Smith, Elizabeth T. and Mark A. Boyer. 1996. “Designing In-Class Simulations.” PS: Political
Science and Politics 29 (December): 690 - 94.
Wolcott, Charles. 1980. Simple Simulations 2. Washington: American Political Science Associa-
tion.
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