APSA Teaching and Learning Conference 2008-Feb-22 to 2008-Feb-25

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"Organizing" as a Political Education
 Byun, Young-Hwan.
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'New Wars': the Sierra Leone Case
 Parker, Sara.
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'Politics in the School': Assessing a Brazilian Service Learning Experience Since 2005
 Groth, Terrie.
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"Tourism as Neo-colonialism": Teaching Students Politics of Power Relations Using Visual Ethnography
 Bandyopadhyay, Ranjan.

“What We Learned About our Program that has Nothing to do with Student Learning Outcomes-An Argument
 Cole, Alexandra. and DeMaio, Jennifer.
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A Value Added Model of Service Learning in Political Science Courses
 Borick, Christopher. and Gambino, Giacomo.
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Active Learning and Globalization: Creating a Class and Assessing Student Learning
 Bromley, Pamela.
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Aligning Assessment Across All University Levels
 Golich, Vicki.
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American Government Across Time, Space, and Location
 Bryant, Jane.
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Analytical Study of Self-Determination Among Texas Tech Students in Required Political Science Classes
 Gasim, Gamal.
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Assessing "Low-Intensity" Active Learning
 Van Inwegen, Patrick.
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Assessing Active Learning in a Department-wide Simulation
 Mulligan, Tricia.
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Assessing the Usefulness of Extra-Textbook Materials
 Ediger, Ruth.
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Beyond Model UN: Simulating Multilevel, Multiactor Diplomacy with the Millennium Development Goals
 Crossley-Frolick, Katy.
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Bridging the Curricular and Co-Curricular: The Rockefeller Center Model of Civic Engagement
 Shaiko, Ronald.
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Bringing Global Issues Alive Without Getting on a Plane: Finding Connections in our Own Backyards
 Abbassi, Jennifer.

Buzzwords, jargon, both or neither? Collaboration and interdisciplinarity in graduate education
 Lowham, Elizabeth. and Schilla, Annalisa.
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Civic Engagement and College Student Poll Workers: Who works the Polls on Election Day?
 Fine, Terri.
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Civic Engagement and Political Asylum: Blending Cognitive, Affective and Effective Learning
 Dicklitch, Susan.

Civic Engagement in the Community: Thirty Years with the Community Legal Information Center
 Allen, Mahalley.
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Civic Engagement--Large and Small
 Colnic, David. and Shinn, Paul.
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Civic Engagement: Lessons and Opportunities
 Perry, Anthony.
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Civic Engagement: The Iowa Caucuses
 Sanders, Arthur.
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Collaborative Learning in Course Simulations
 Van Vechten, Renee.
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Combining Civic Engagement and Traditional Research: A Second Option
 McCartney, Alison.
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CommUniverCity San Jose: A Partnership for Service and Learning
 Christensen, Terry., Jackson, Melinda. and Agredano, Ricardo.
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Community-Based Action Research Design
 Jett, Terri.
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Developing students as public servants from the classroom to the polls
 Lindaman, Kara. and Charles, Ruth.
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Diversity and Difference in the Classroom
 Fair, Teri.

Do All Students Perform Equally Well in Comparative Politics courses?
 Robinson, Jean.
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Effectiveness of Personal Response Systems as a Classroom Technology Tool at Clemson University
 Ainuson, Kweku.
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Effects of a Simulation on Exam Scores and Teaching Evaluation Results
 Raymond, Chad.
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Empathy, Prejudice and Fostering Tolerance
 Monroe, Kristen.
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Engaging the Unengaged: Using Visual Images to Enhance the 'Poli Sci 101' Experience of Non-majors
 Ulbig, Stacy.
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Engaging/Engaged Students: Identities, Interconnectedness and the iGeneration
 Keeble, Edna.

Expanding Measureable Student Learning about Congress through an In-Class, Effective Mock Congress
 Sabo, Joanna.
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Experiencing Psychological Processes and Understanding their Implications
 Transue, John.
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Express Yourself: The Benefits of Individual Assessment in Undergraduate Education
 Leithner, Anika.
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Finding the Balance in Public Policy Simulations and Role Playing
 O\'Reilly, Patricia.
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For the Students, By the Students: Redirecting Civic Education through the American Trustees Project
 Jarvis, Sharon. and Han, Soo-Hye.
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Fostering Active Learning in Research Methods Courses Through the Use of Survey Research Projects
 DeWitt, Jeff.
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Fostering Student Leadership in Tackling Community-Based Problems
 Sylvester, Dari.
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From Service-Learning to Community-Based Research Courses
 Longo, Patrizia.
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Getting the Most from Classroom Simulations: Strategies for Maximizing Learning Outcomes
 Wedig, Tim.
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Global Learning for Engaged Citizenship: A Model for Internationalizing the Curriculum
 Zebich-Knos, Michele.
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Information Technology and International Relations: Using On Line, Interactive Simulations to Transcend Time, Space, and Attitudes
 Stover, William.
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Institutions of Knowledge and Internationalization of Education
 Singh, Sneha.
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Integrated Learning: Developing a Thematic Course and Internship Program in Washington DC
 Nemacheck, Christine.
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Integrating Comparative and International Politics Concepts in a Traditional American Politics Survey
 Choudary, Maqsood.
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Integrating Diversity Across the Curriculum: Lessons from Teaching Gender & Race in the American Presidency
 Mathews-Gardner, Lanethea.
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Integrating Research Methods Into Introduction To Public Policy
 Coxe, Leland.
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International Politics Cumulative Exercise
 Michelsen, Niall.
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Internationalizing the Curriculum: Study Abroad as a Tool for Redefining and Reconstructing National Identity in a Global Context
 France, Hollis. and Rogers, Kaylee.
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Keeping It Real: Teaching Middle East Conflicts with Simulations
 Baylouny, Anne.
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Learning Democratic Citizenship: An Experiment in Teaching Deliberation
 Harriger, Katy. and McMillan, Jill.
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Lessons from the Classroom: Renegotiating Critical and Feminist Pedagogy in the Middle East
 DeVriese, Leila.
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Making Assessment Matter: Changing Cultures, Improving Teaching, and Transforming Departments
 Deardorff, Michelle. and Folger, Paul.
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Making the Court Come to Life: Developing Effective Judicial Politics Simulations
 Caufield, Rachel.
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Maryland Professors at the Polls: A Pilot Project Encouraging Faculty (and Students) to Serve as Poll Workers in the 2006 Elections
 Messitte, Zach. and Cain, Michael.
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Model Capstone Exercise to Incorporate Global Perspective into Amer Gvt GE Courses
 Kiraly, Michael.
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National Security Crisis Decision Making: Phase II
 Cook, Brian. and Williams, Kristen.
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Playing with Numbers: Bringing Statistics to Life in the Undergraduate Classroom
 Nordyke, Shane., Moulton, Stephanie. and Nesbit, Becky.
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Political Hermeneutics as Pedagogy: Service Learning, Political Reflection, and Action
 McKinlay, Patrick.
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Political Participation Exercises as a Means to Teach Civic Skills, Engage Students and Recruit Majors
 Lupo, Lindsey. and Griffin, Rebecca Brandy.
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Political Science and Political Education
 Stoner, James.
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Portfolio Development: A Journey of Self-Reflection
 Jones, Sharon.
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Power Points for All Learners: Making Accessible Power Point Presentations
 Schmidt, Diane. and Evans, Lauri.
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Program Evaluation and Assessment: Integrating Methods, Process, and Culture
 Young, Candace.
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Promoting Political Participation through Experience-based Political Education
 Ishibashi, Shoichiro. and Chieko, Otsuru.
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REP As A Field: A Case Study in the Challenges, and Benefits
 Sawyer, Mark.
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Reacting to the Past: Extended Simulations and the Learning Experience in Political Science
 Lightcap, Tracy.
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Rethinking Security Education in the 21st Century
 Costigan, Sean.
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Role Playing in Teaching Constitutional Law
 La Noue, George.
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Running Against the Odds
 Franz, Frank.
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Separation of Church and State: Constitutional Policy in Conflict
 Oberbauer, Angela.
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Serving the Greater Good: Delivering General Education Outcomes in a Small Liberal Arts College
 Lopez, Lillian. and McKinlay, Patrick.
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Simulation on the Conflict over Palestine
 Barrow, Lynda.
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Structuring a Department-Level Assessment Regime
 Williams, John.
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Studying Abroad, a "Hands On" Approach to Political Science
 Sheppard, Elizabeth.
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Suburban governments: profiling as learning
 Wood, Debra.
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Syllabus Construction: Designing an Effective Syllabus
 Mavrikos-Adamou, Tina.
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Teaching American Government w/o a Textbook Revisited
 Steinfeldt, Andrew. and Phippen, Earl.
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Teaching American Political Institutions Using Role-playing Simulations
 Gonzales, Angelo.
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Teaching Experience and Teacher-Training Needs of Young Political Scientists
 Simon, Eszter. and Pleschova, Gabriela.
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Teaching Global Citizens: Following the News
 Rutledge, Jennifer. and Laws, Serena.
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Teaching Intro Comparatively
 Wolsborn, Kay.
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Teaching and Doing Justice Globally
 Gramby-Sobukwe, Sharon.
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Teaching and Learning Global Political Economy for Undergraduates
 Bhatti, Robina.
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Teaching political science through memory work
 Wendt, Maria. and Åse, Cecilia.
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Textbook Methodology: Undergraduate Research Methods as Depicted in Textbooks
 Lawrence, Christopher.
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The Challenge of the Introductory Course on the Pacific Basin
 Christoffersen, Gaye.
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The Democratic Classroom: Sharing Power to Improve Learning and Educate Citizens
 Price, Christopher.
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The Game of Politics Simulation: An Exploratory Study
 Kahn, Melvin. and Perez, Kathleen.
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The Importance of Teaching Research Methods to Undergrads
 Gjestland, Jade-Celene.
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The Iraq War Simulation: An Experiment in Progress
 Kolasa, Thomas.
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The Solution Down the Hall: How Introductory Courses in American Government Can Engage Students
 Shea, Daniel.
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Undergraduate Research Methods Teaching in Political Science: A Comparative Perspective
 Parker, Jonathan.
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Using Case Studies to Connect with the Adult Learner in UG and GR Public Administration Programs
 Sussman, Stephen.
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Using Classic and Contemporary Literature to Explore Themes in Law and Politics
 Fliter, John.
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Using Current Events to Develop Classroom Simulations
 Glazier, Rebecca.
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Using Online Resources for Peer Critiques of Graduate Theses
 Long, Dianne.
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Using PowerPoint to teach the American Government Survey Course
 Clowers, Myles.
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Using a Role-Playing Simulation to Bridge Theory and Practice in Graduate Professional Education
 Bonham, G. Matthew.
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Using course weblogs to promote critical reading, thinking, and writing
 Dion, Michelle.
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Virtual Total Immersion
 Cullen, Anne.
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What Can Online Classes Contribute to Assessment?
 Hamann, Kerstin., Pollock, Philip. and Wilson, Bruce.
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What Think-Aloud Protocols Can Teach Us about How People Manage Political Information
 Bernstein, Jeffrey.
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What the TAKS Test Can Teach Us About Our Students
 Jefferies, Kevin.
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When is a Novel not a Novel: When It is Used to Teach Political Science
 Connor, George.
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Who Are You Wearing? Using the Red-Carpet Question Pedagogically
 Carlson, Jon.
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Who produces the great teachers? Evaluating graduate political science programs via teaching awards
 Ishiyama, John. and Cole, Alexandra.
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y cant they rite?: Integrating Writing Assessment Across the Undergraduate Political Science Major
 Mills, Shala.
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