APSA Teaching and Learning Conference 2005-Feb-19 to 2005-Feb-21

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"Politics in the School": Service Learning in Brazil and the U.S.
 Groth, Terrie.

"You Hafta Push": Using Sapphire's Novel to Teach Introduction to American Government
 Pappas, Christine.
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“Secrets of the SAT”: A Multifaceted Approach to Teaching Race and Affirmative Action
 Light, Steven. and Rand, Kathryn.
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“Swords into Words”: Using Constructivist Principles in Technology-Mediated Learning for Civic Engagement
 Mazzucelli, Colette.
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A Federal Deficit Reduction Simulation: Learning Politics and Policy in a Budgetary Context
 Wallin, Bruce.
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Activating Student Learning in an Environmental Politics Course: How the Environmental Service Project (ESP) Can Resolve Pedagogical Tensions in Interdisciplinary Political Science Courses
 O\'Gorman, Mark.
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Active Learning in International Relations: A Simulation Approach
 Shellman, Stephen. and Turan, Kursad.
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Active Learning, Critical Thinking, and Personal Responsibility in a Multicultural, Self-Organizing Course on International Relations
 Chadwick, Richard.
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Advancing Undergraduate Service Learning and Community-Based Research at a Large Public Research University: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Morgridge Center for Public Service
 Rouse, Mary. and Sapiro, Virginia.
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Applying Curriculum Models to Training Teachers and Teaching Students in Political Science
 Bridge, Laura.
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Applying Information Literacy Standards to Political Science Research Projects
 Schmidt, Diane. and Fountain, Kathleen .
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Assessing a Mediated Learning Joint TV Course: Foreign Policy Problem Management in the First Bush Administration
 East, Maurice. and Hermann, Charles.
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Assessment Governance: Standards, Rubrics and Self-Regulation
 Weiner, Richard. and Benziger, Karl.
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Assuming Identities, Enhancing Understanding: Applying Simulation Principles to Research Projects
 Williams, Victoria.
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Being a Good Citizen: Translating the Study of Politics into Life-Long Political Engagement
 Harris, Jean. and Van Dyke, Gretchen.
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Beyond Best Practices: Creating Effective E-Learning Communities Outside the Virtual Classroom
 Dierks, Rosa Gomez.
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Beyond the Runaway Trolley: Thought Experiments in Political Theory
 Beerbohm, Eric.
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Bringing Theory to Practice: Exploring the Links between Student Health and Civic Engagement
 Harward, Brian. and Harward, Donald.
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Building A Culture of Evidence for Learning in Political Science: The Adaptation of Millikin University s Assessment Model to meet the needs of Political Science at Capital University
 Jones, Charlie.
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Civics@Annenberg: Justice Learning and Student Voices
 Lesser, Eli.
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Clarifying Web-Instruction as a Discrete Form of Mediation: Issues Involved for In-Service Public Administration Graduate Students
 Calista, Donald.
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Comparing Judicial Institutions: Using Simulations and Active Learning to Facilitate Student Understanding
 Weiden, David.
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Connecting Citizenship and Service: The Leadership Institute Model
 Segnatelli, Barbara.
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Core Concepts of Education for European Citizenship
 Fiers, Stefaan.
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Critical Thinking Skills: Finding Compelling Ways to Teach Students to Think Analytically and Systematically in Political Science
 Rublee, Maria Rost.
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Critical Transfers: Teaching Approaches in Graduate Political Science
 Breeding, Mary.
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Cynicism and Knowledge: The Challenge of Developing Civic Education and Encouraging Participation
 Boles, Elizabeth.
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Disability Studies: Student-Professor Co-Teaching
 Bixby, Barbara. and Ortiz, Naomi.
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Diversifying the Study of Politics: Non-Traditional Texts as Supplements and Challengers in Political Science Courses
 Leaman, David.
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Doing "More/Better" with Less: Meeting the Quality Challenge in Urban Public Universities
 Lenz, Timothy.
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Encounters in Chinese Politics: Student-Centered Learning Activities for East Asian Contexts
 Fischler, Lisa.
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EndNote as a Learning Tool for Undergraduate Research in Political Science
 Breen, Sheryl.
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Engaging Active Learning Models: A Case Study of WebQuest Assignments for an Upper-Division Political Science Course
 Bragg, C. Kaye.

Engaging the Youth through Political Humor: A Senior Capstone Course
 Jett, Terri.
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Examining the Citizen’s Everyday Experience of Campaign Advertising and Election News Coverage with Undergraduates
 Allen, Barbara., Marfleet, B.., Holmes, Justin., Sullivan, John. and Stevens, Daniel.
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Executing Survey Research in a Political Research Class: Benefits and Challenges
 Corrigan, Matthew.
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Experiencing the New Hampshire Primary
 Elder, Laurel., Seligsohn, Andrew. and Hofrenning, Daniel.
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Facilitating the Development of Political Reasoning in the Classroom: An experimental study
 Rosenberg, Shawn., Sellick, Mark. and Winterstein, Scott.


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Getting Active in the Large Lecture Classes
 Huerta, Juan.
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Hip-Hop: A Tool for "Decentering the Center" in Political Science Classrooms
 Boryczka, Jocelyn.
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How Can We Capitalize on Model UN Programs?
 Mislan, David.
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Incorporating Internships into Undergraduate Political Science Coursework
 Scourfield-McLauchlan, Judithanne.
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Innovations in Teaching with Data: The SIMI Initiative at ICPSR
 Burrell, Dieter.
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Leadership Programs: Using Service Learning to Prepare Students for Future Community Roles
 Stiles, Sarah. and Stiles, Lenora.
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Learning About Democracy by Co-Creating a Democratic Classroom
 Hildreth, R.W..
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Learning through Experience: Using Web-Based Learning Interactions to Teach American Government
 Evans, Jocelyn. and Lindrum, David.
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Learning to Value Civic Participation, Warts and All
 Hale, Matthew.
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Living Democracy: Teaching Introduction to American Politics as Part of a Service Learning Community
 McGuire, Mary.
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Living and Learning in the Capitals: Kent State's Innovative Off-Campus Programs in Washington, DC, and Columbus, Ohio
 Hensley, Thomas., Robyn, Richard. and Sykes, Vernon.
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Making a Required Poli-Sci Course Interesting & Relevant to Non-Poli-Sci Students
 Howell, Patrick.
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Making the World Real: Using a Civic Engagement Course to Bring Home Our Global Connections
 Millett McCartney, Alison.
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Mentoring Undergraduates in Research: Factors for Success
 Hamann, Kerstin.
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Mentoring from Across the Pond: Reflections on Promoting (Experiential) Learning in International Internships
 Damron, Danny. and Otis, Cindy.
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Mentoring: The Forgotten Component of an Undergraduate Education
 Cobane, Craig.
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Montessori Goes to College: Facilitating Constructivist Pedagogy through a Prepared Political Science Classroom Environment
 Dosh, Paul.

Moral Values and Student Perceptions of the Middle East: Observations on Student Learning from an Online Dialog
 Stover, William.
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Online Pedagogy: New Strategies in Distance Education
 Sussman, Stephen.
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Pace's Presidential Convention 2004 and Democratic Action Research: Teaching Civic Engagement through Large Scale Simulations
 Malone, Christopher. and Julian, Gregory B..
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Playing Politics: An Educational Campaign Video Game
 Theodoridis, Alexander. and Stroupe, Kenneth.

Political Science and Interdisciplinary Courses
 Erb, Scott.
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Professors as Students in the Undergraduate Classroom: The Experience of a “Faculty Taking Classes” Initiative
 King, Brian., Golden, Gary., Kerrigan, William. and Van Horn, Stephen.

Promoting Outcomes Assessment in Political Science Departments: The Role of Strategic Planning
 McClellan, E. Fletcher.
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Raleigh’s Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness: An Example in Undergraduate Service Learning
 Hildebrand, Sean.
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Research-as-Service Projects for Large Introductory Courses
 Grant, J..
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Role-Playing in United States Foreign Relations: The National Security Council
 Biggio, Nancy.
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Service Learning and Social Capital Formation
 Dufour, Claude.
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Simulating International Relations
 Reilly, David.
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Simulating the Chinese Politburo: An Active Learning Approach to Teaching Chinese Politics
 Brittingham, Michael.
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Simulations and International Relations: Teaching Resistant Populations
 DeGarmo, Denise.
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Social Networks, Pedagogy, and Weak Ties: The Impact of Collaborative Social Capital on Grades
 Bird, Stephen.
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Speaking Power to Youth: Lessons for Political Science Professors from an At-Risk Ninth Grade Success Academy
 Gregg, David. and Hull, Christopher.
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Speaking in Statistics: Oral Presentations in Undergraduate Methodology
 Thornberry, Mary. and Sellers, Patrick.
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Teaching Congress by Playing for Real Stakes
 Cook, Zachary.
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Teaching Political Science in the USA and in Southern Europe: A Transatlantic Divide?
 Mavrikos-Adamou, Tina.
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Teaching Political Science: Hermeneutics and Facilitation
 Toplak, Cirila.
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Teaching Research Methods Using the Learning Community Approach
 Botteron, Cynthia. and Grove, Sara.
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Teaching a Process for Citizen Responsibility and Social Justice: From Individual Morality to Political Legitimacy
 Frederking, Lauretta.
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Teaching about Public Policy: Using Lloyd S. Etheredge’s "The Case of the Unreturned Cafeteria Trays" in an Introductory Class
 Jendrysik, Mark.
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Teaching and Learning Public Administration the Case Study Way
 Rouse, John.
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Teaching the 9/11 Commission Report
 Hastedt, Glenn.
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Teaching the Democratic Virtue of Tolerance: Constructing an Enriching Classroom Environment
 Holland, Lauren.
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Teaching to Semi-Reluctant Audiences: The Combined Use of Web-Based and In-Class Participatory Techniques to Attract and Maintain Students’ Interest
 Petrescu, Adrian.
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Techniques for Addressing Issues of Civil and Political Rights and Genocide in the Political Science Classroom: Role-Playing, Empathy and Experimentation in Teaching
 Sachleben, Mark.
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Tell Me a Story: One Route to Civic Engagement
 Frantzich, Stephen.
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The Community Action Research Initiative: a Pragmatic Experiment in Education through Engaged Citizenship
 Fitzgerald, Keith. and Brain, David.
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The Effect of the Cold War on Guatemalans and Their Country or Mortui Vivo Decent [The Dead Teach the Living]
 Dickison, Melody.
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The Elusive Educational Lessons of Monica and Chandra
 Goldstein, Michael.
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Using Blackboard to Teach Political Science
 Mckenna, Frank.

Using GIS Software to Make Maps for Classroom Use
 Ono, Keiko.
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Using Technology with Political Texts to Develop Critical Thinking Skills
 Webking, Robert. and Valenzuela, Felix.
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Using the 2004 Presidential Elections to Stimulate Active Learning: A Description and Assessment
 Allen, Neal.
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Using the Experimental Method to Assess the Efficacy of a Service-Learning Approach to American Government
 Smith, Elizabeth.
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Using the Senses to Make Sense of Political Science: A Study in Student Learning Diversity
 McEwan, Jennifer.
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Valley of Indecision: To Use or Not to Use Traditional Textbooks in Your Intro to American Government Course
 Domin, Gregory.
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What is Student-Centered Learning? The Use of Innovative Teaching Technologies
 Ward, Deborah.
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Who Said Bringing Technology into the Classroom Was a Good Thing Anyway?
 Riley, John. and Bremer, Kristen.
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