Political Science Educator

Adapting To New Realities: A Review of the New PhD: How to Build A Better Graduate Education

February 17, 2022
Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 2

Reviews


Nick Kapoor (University of Nebraska-Omaha)

The New PhD: How to Build a Better Graduate Education by Leonard Cassuto and Robert Weisbuch (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021) examines the current state of graduate …

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Political Science Educator, volume 25, issue 2

February 17, 2022

The newsletter of APSA’s Political Science Education Organized Section.

winter 2022

 co-editors

Colin Brown (Northeastern University) & Matt Evans (Northwest Arkansas Community College)


Table of Contents

 

The Teacher-Scholar

 

The January 6th Insurrection and the Civic Education Imperative

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Simulations In An Alien Environment of Covid-19: The Role Practice Test Play in Preparing for the Real Exam

February 16, 2022
Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 2

Featured Essays


John A. Tures, LaGrange College

Simulations have been frequently mocked in the popular media as a poor substitute for the real thing. But practice tests may provide the ability for students …

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Cultivating Political Discourse For Our Democratic Futures

February 16, 2022
Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 2

Reviews


Kayla C. Isenbletter, Indiana University South Bend, David J. Hurley Indiana University South Bend, and Elizabeth A. Bennion, Indiana University South Bend

Exposure to political beliefs different from one’s own …

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Using Simulations to Promote Active Learning About Local, State, and National Government

February 16, 2022
Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 2

Reviews


Kayla C. Isenbletter, Indiana University South Bend, David J. Hurley, Indiana University South Bend, and Elizabeth A. Bennion, Indiana University South Bend

Simulations can be among the most helpful active learning …

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Explaining Open Education Resources

February 16, 2022
Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 2

Featured Essays


Josh Franco, Cuyamaca College

As instructors at community colleges, liberal arts colleges, and universities, and governmental or corporate training programs, we are all familiar with books, textbooks, workbooks, journal articles, lecture …

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thinktank.edu: A Positive Outgrowth During the Pandemic For Teachers and Scholars

February 16, 2022
Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 2

Featured Essays


Paige Johnson Tan, Radford University

In graduate school one time, I drove up from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville with my faculty mentor to a Washington, DC think tank for …

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The January 6th Insurrection and the Civic Education Imperative

February 16, 2022
Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 2

The Teacher-Scholar


Elizabeth A. Bennion, Indiana University South Bend

On Jan. 6, 2021, rioters attacked the United States Capitol in an attempt to stop the certification of the 2020 presidential election and disrupt …

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Using Online Anonymous Participation Technology To Encourage Undergraduate Course Engagement

February 16, 2022
Political Science Educator: volume 25, issue 2

Featured Essays


Mark Benton, University of Missouri, & Elizabeth Dorssom, University of Missouri

Facilitating class engagement for undergraduate students can be difficult. Undergraduates may be less inclined to engage in class discussions for …

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