The newsletter of APSA’s Political Science Education Organized Section.
Colin Brown (Northeastern University) & Matt Evans (Northwest Arkansas Community College)
Table of Contents
The January 6th Insurrection and the Civic Education Imperative
Elizabeth A. Bennion
Using Online Anonymous Participation Technology to Encourage Undergraduate Course Engagement
Mark Benton & Elizabeth Dorssom
Explaining Open Educational Resources
ThinkTank.edu: A Surprising, Positive Outgrowth of the Pandemic for Teachers and Scholars
Paige Johnson Tan
Simulations In An Alien Environment Of COVID-19: The Role Practice Tests Play In Preparing For The Real Exam
John A. Tures
Cultivating Civil Political Discourse for Our Democratic Future
David J. Hurley, Kayla C. Isenbletter, & Elizabeth A. Bennion
Using Simulations to Promote Active Learning about Local, State, and National Government
Kayla C. Isenbletter, David J. Hurley, & Elizabeth A. Bennion
Adapting to New Realities: A Review of The New PhD: How to Build a Better Graduate Education
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