Do you have a teaching technique or resource to share? Are you an American Politics scholar whose research can help inform topics in an Introduction to American Politics/Government class? Your teaching resource or research need not be publication ready, only something you have found useful in the introductory class.
Join us for APSA’s Spring 2022 Virtual Teaching & Learning Symposium
Call for Proposals: Teaching Introduction to American Politics
Join co-leaders Casey Dominguez (University of San Diego) & Elizabeth Norell (Chattanooga State Community College) this spring for a virtual symposium, “Teaching Introduction to American Politics.” This symposium will meet virtually three days between March 18 – March 26, 2022. APSA’s Teaching & Learning Symposia provide a unique opportunity for faculty with similar teaching interests to present on timely substantive issues in the field, share best practices, and develop new teaching resources. Apply here by February 11, 2022.
This symposium has three goals:
- To provide an inclusive space where participants can build supportive relationships with other teacher-scholars who teach courses on American Politics, with a particular focus on the introductory-level course.
- To present on developing areas of teaching and research related to American Politics.
- To develop new teaching resources for instructors teaching Introduction to American Politics.