Strategies for Success in the Online Political Science Classroom

On January 26, 2021, Educate held Strategies for Success in the Online Political Science Classroom. This two-part event featured four political science educators with decades on combined experience teaching in the online political science classroom. Part One features three short presentations. Each presentation discusses a set of teaching resources you can use in your virtual classroom. Part Two was a live, in-depth discussion and Q&A on best practices in the online political science classroom and reflections from the past year of teaching. Please find all four of the videos below.



Erin Richards, Professor of Political Science, Cascadia College



Josue Franco, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Cuyamaca College


Julie Mueller, Associate Professor of Political Science, Southern Maine Community College


Ryan Emenaker, Professor of Political Science, College of the Redwoods

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