APSA

The Effect of Political Science Education on Political Trust and Interest: Results from a 5-year Panel Study

The Effect of Political Science Education on Political Trust and Interest: Results from a 5-year Panel Study by Ellen Claes, University of Leuven &  Marc Hooghe, University of Leuven Citizenship education has evolved substantially in recent decades, with […]

APSA

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to “Democracy in America”

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to “Democracy in America” by Craig Douglas Albert, Augusta University One of the most challenging issues any instructor of political philosophy faces is how to get college students interested and engaged in […]

APSA

Review of Active Learning in Political Science Blog

Review of Active Learning in Political Science Blog by Joseph W. Roberts, Roger Williams University The Active Learning in Political Science (ALPS) blog emerged from ongoing discussions at the American Political Science Association (APSA) Teaching and […]

advocacy

The Forgotten Educator: Experiential Learning’s Internship Supervisor

The Forgotten Educator: Experiential Learning’s Internship Supervisor by Jeffrey K. Sosland, American University & Diane J. Lowenthal, American University Past studies have addressed the role of the university, student interns and, the faculty advisor; here, we attempt […]

Journals

Teaching Students to Engage with Evidence

Teaching Students to Engage with Evidence: An Evaluation of Structured Writing and Classroom Discussion Strategies by Steffen Blings, Cornell University & Sarah Maxey, Cornell University In their transition to college, students often struggle to identify and make […]