APSA Teaching and Learning Conference 2006-Feb-18 to 2006-Feb-20

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"An Old-Timer's Reflections on IP Simulations"
 Vavrina, Vernon.
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85% of the Grade: Designing and Implementing Effective Assignments in Political Science Courses
 Shuster, Amy.
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A Chicken in Every Pot, a Computer for Every Student
 Alperin, Davida.
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A Classical Perspective on Technology for Learning and Teaching about Politics
 Webking, Robert.
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A Curriculum for Internship Programs
 Cain, Bruce. and Goldstein, Michael.
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Achieving Success: Learning Communities and First-Year Latino Students
 Huerta, Juan Carlos.
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Active Learning and Assessment in US Government
 Quackenbush, Alvin.
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Appellate Court Simulations in the Classroom ? Faculty and Student Views from the Field
 Smith, Daniel.
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Assessing "Communication Intensive" General Education Courses: A Quasi-Experimental Approach
 Nicol, Mark.
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Assessing Change: Observations on Learning Outcomes and Measurement
 Long, Dianne.
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Assessing Learning Outcomes in International Internships: A Work in Progress
 Damron, Danny.
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Assessing Sources of Students' Prior Knowledge in Introductory American Government Courses
 Edleman, Paul. and Khan, Halima.
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Bridging the Gaps: Designing Assessments that Work for Institutions, Departments, and Individuals
 Sloat, James.
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Bringing Europe Closer to American Students: Meeting epsNet (European Political Science Network)
 Reinalda, Bob. and Gregušová, Gabriela.
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Capstone for Political Science Majors: The Content and the Service
 Brown, Cheryl. and Behrman, Robert.
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Changing Teaching Practice in a Research Methods Course Utilizing a Student-Centered Approach
 Shingles, Richard., Becerra, Raquel. and Pencek, Bruce.
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Civic Engagement and Community-Based Learning: A Hybrid Approach
 Warzala, Edward. and Stone, Michael.
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Classic Texts Meet Non-Traditional Pedagogy
 Williams, Victoria. and Lang, Daniel.
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Classroom "Political Challenge": Using Exam Review Sessions as a Learning Assessment Tool
 Sinek, Wendy Muse.
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Community-Based Learning in Faith-Based Service Organizations: Case Study and Simulation
 Holiman, Alan.
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Crafting Assessments: A Strategic Approach to Study Abroad
 Levinson, Nanette.
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Culminating Experience: Writing the Political Autobiography
 Tannenbaum, Aron.
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Cultivating Civic Competency: Using Simulations to Teach Citizenship Skills
 Bernstein, Jeffrey.
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Cultivating a Dedication to Ethical Leadership and Civic Responsibility: Reflections on Service Learning
 McKinlay, Patrick.
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DL Course Assessment, Inside and Out
 Strada, Richard. and Hubbs, Janet.
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Deliberative Democracy and Emancipatory Learning in Action
 Hirst, Reilly.
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Does Service Learning Enhance Student Performance in the Classroom?
 McHugh, Mary.
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Effect of Congressional Role-Playing Experience on Students? Attention to Constituency & PACs
 Chin, Michelle.
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Effective Communities of Practice: Empowering Faculty to Take the Distance out of Distance Learning
 Dierks, Rosa.
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Embracing the Path of Least Resistance: The Politics and Promise of Program Assessment
 Mayer, Russell.
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Encouraging Leadership and Learning through ICONS: Students Teaching Students at an Undergrad Institution
 McCartney, Alison. and Hardin, James.
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Evaluating Race and Gender: Women of Color as teachers in Political Science
 Sampaio, Anna.
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Experimenting With Expression: A Test of Free Speech on Campus
 Budzisz, Christopher. and Cochran, David.
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Factors in Information Literacy Education
 Williams, Michelle. and Evans, Jocelyn.
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Fairness, Information and Coalition Building in Tax Policy: An Experimental Learning Approach
 Lovecraft, Amy.
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Fear on Film: Can Hollywood Teach Us about Terrorism?
 Miller, Gregory.
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Federal Budget Policy Simulations in the Classroom
 Gordon, Joshua.
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Fighting Apathy: A Course Plan for Civic Education through Service Learning
 Tankersley, Holley.
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Forpol Online 2005: Using E-Learning in Teaching Comparative Foreign Policy across National Borders
 Karasek, Tomas. and Hennig, Anja.
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From Service Learning to Civic Learning
 Jones, Steven.
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Gender and Global Norms: Incorporating Feminism into International Relations
 Turner, Tiffany. and Cimino, Ellen.
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Global Encounters: Incorporating Global Voices into Local Classrooms
 Rennstich, Joachim.
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Global Partnerships for Activism and Cross-Cultural Training: Putting Students in Charge
 Shafer, Michael.
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Helping Some Hurting Others: An Assessment of the Effects of Power Point in the Classroom
 Riley, John.
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How the Irish Became White and the Liberians Black: Race Defined through Relative Social Power
 Mohan, Paula.
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ICONS and 'Resistant Populations': Assessing the Impact of the International Communication and Negotiation Simulations Project on Student Learning at SIUE
 DeGarmo, Denise.
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In-class vs. On-line and Hybrid Class Participation and Outcomes:Teaching the Introduction to Comparative Politics Class
 Vengroff, Richard. and Bourbeau, James.
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Increasing Students' Civic Engagement through Internships and Intensive Leadership Programs
 Harrison, Brigid. and Kidd, Quentin.
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Insiders and Outsiders: Negotiating Identity and Audience through Peer-learning and Small Groups
 Malik, Anas.
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Interactive Keypads in the Classroom: A Comparison of Student-Response Systems
 Lowery, Roger.
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Interactive Teaching of Key Social Scientific Concepts and Tools
 Powner, Leanne.
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International Relations Meets English Studies: Collaborative Learning in the IR Classroom
 Racioppi, Linda. and Tremonte, Colleen.
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Internationalizing the Curriculum: Impediments, Imperatives, and Rationales
 Harth, A.C..
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Internationalizing the Political Science Curriculum: The Travel Course and Liberal Education
 Babst, Gordon.
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Internationalizing the Secondary School Curriculum
 Morris, Michael.
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Is Attention to Current Events Among PS Majors Habit Forming?
 Harris, Jean. and Champney, Len.
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Learning to Write and Chew Gum at the Same Time
 Doherty, Leanne.
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Lessons from Hammond Heights: Service Learning and Race in an Oklahoma Town
 Pappas, Christine.
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Literature Review and the Library: How to Help Students Make Effective Use of the Library
 Highby, Wendy.
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Local Political Involvement and Service Learning
 Redlawsk, David. and Wilson, Nora.
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Looking into the Teaching Crystal: Graduate Teaching and the Future of Political Science
 Buehler, Melissa. and Marcum, Anthony.
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Lost and Found in General Education: Political Science in General Education Programs and Assessment at New Jersey Colleges
 Moskowitz, Joseph.
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Measuring Active Learning: Discussion Participation in Online Classes
 Hamann, Kerstin., Pollock, Philip. and Wilson, Bruce.
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Modern State Building Simulation
 Cunningham, Kathleen.
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Mooting as Pedagogy
 Kearnes, John. and da Cruz, Becky.
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One Style and Size does not Fit all: How to Develop a Constitutional Convention Simulation
 O\'Loughlin, Paula. and Bos, Angela.
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Playing Political Science Games: Some Benefits of Adding Short Games to Political Science Courses
 Wahlstrom, Andrew.
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Political Science and Classroom Assessment Techniques: Participation as Assessment
 Cohen, Mel.
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Political Theory Simulations? Using Reacting to the Past Explore the History of Political Thought
 Anderson, Christopher.
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Practicing Democracy: An Engaged Approach to Teaching and Learning
 Post, Margaret. and Reich, Adam.
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Putting 'Reading Lolita' on Trial: Teaching Non-Democracy in Introductory Comparative Politics
 Laible, Janet.
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Real Politics, Virtual Debates: The Advantages of Creating Online Debates in Introductory and Advanced Political Science Courses
 Moran, Francis.
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Resolving Nationalistic and Domestic Conflicts: A State Building Exercise
 Chapin, Wesley.
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Service Learning in Urban Politics and Policy: Incorporating the Big Picture
 Jenkins, Shannon.
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Service-Learning in an International Setting
 Smith, Kathy.
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Serving Cooperative Security through e-Learning
 Costigan, Sean. and Gysel, Ulrich.
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Significant Learning Experiences: Assessment and Learning Outcomes
 Lupo, Lindsey.
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Simulating Ethnic Conflict: A Non-Case-Specific Approach
 Boomgaard, Michelle.
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Simulating Presidential Decision Making in a National Security Crisis
 Cook, Brian. and Williams, Kristen.
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Simulations and E-learning in International Relations
 Sadler, David.
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State Court Watch: A Web-based Teaching Tool
 Katz, Pamela.

Student Motivation: Finding the Carrots
 Lange, Stephen. and Cave, Lisa.
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Taking the Status Quo Out of Statistics: Other Forms of Data as Ways of Knowing
 Carter, Niambi.
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Teaching "Diversity" at the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Beyond
 Travis, Toni-Michelle., Lien, Pei-te. and Avalos, Manuel.
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Teaching American Government online
 Yoe, Chunmei.
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Teaching Indirectly: On Liberal Learning in the 21st Century
 Voparil, Christopher.
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Teaching Levels of Analysis through In-Class Simulations
 Brittingham, Michael.
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Teaching Political Engagement and Research Methods through Community-Based Research
 Cook, Corey. and Neely, Francis.
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Teaching Practical Data Analysis Skills -- JPDA: Just Plain Data Analysis
 Klass, Gary.
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Teaching Research Methods
 Zinnes, Dina. and Muncaster, Robert.
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Teaching Research by Doing It
 Davis, Natalie. and Slagter, Robert.
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Teaching Theory through Technology
 Rappa, Antonio.
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Teaching the World: Knowing the Location of the Nation-States Using a Computer Based Geoquiz Program
 Ediger, Ruth.
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Teaching with the iPod: Engaging Students through Analysis of Political Content in Popular Music
 Sharp, Brett.
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Test Test Test 42
 User, Power.
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Test3
 Langohr, Vickie.
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The "Tipping Point" of Teaching Research Methods to Undergraduates
 Mayes, Rick.
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Using GIS to Analyze Public Policy Questions
 Van Dyk, Bob.
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Using Pre-Course Inventories in Curriculum Assessment: Advantages and Limitations
 Wolsborn, Kay.
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Using Technology to Foster Active Learning in Public Policy
 Tompkins, Mark.
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Using the Web to Study Middle Eastern Newspapers and Activists
 Langohr, Vickie.
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Web-Based Mapping of Latino Voters in Texas
 Been, Joshua. and Gutierrez, Jose.
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Web-quest on the American Constitution as a Learning Tool for Undergraduate Students
 Perez-Rios, Maria Victoria.
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What Should We Do? Inviting New Groups of Students into Theory through Action
 Haddad, Khristina.
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What We Mean by Scope and Methods: A Survey of Undergraduate Scope and Methods Courses
 Thies, Cameron.
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