COVID-19

When Teaching is Impossible: A Pandemic pedagogy of Care

When Teaching is Impossible: A Pandemic pedagogy of Care By Oumar Ba, Morehouse College I teach at Morehouse College, an all-male, historically Black institution. Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) were established to provide opportunities […]

COVID-19

Introduction: COVID-19 and Emergency e-Learning in Political Science and International Relations

Introduction: COVID-19 and Emergency e-Learning in Political Science and International Relations By Eric D. Loepp, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated an integration of online learning into higher education that was well underway in […]

COVID-19

Teaching in Times of Crisis: Covid-19 and Classroom Pedagogy

Teaching in Times of Crisis: Covid-19 and Classroom Pedagogy By Ayesha Ray, King’s College COVID-19 brought unexpected challenges to institutions of higher learning. Like most academics, as a full-time faculty member teaching political science at […]

COVID-19

A Format-Flexible Pedagogy of Civil Discourse

A Format-Flexible Pedagogy of Civil Discourse By Jennie Sweet-Cushman, Chatham University College can be a formative time for exploring our political beliefs. As teachers, political scientists should be keenly interested in fostering this development through […]

COVID-19

Making Human Connections in Online Teaching

Making Human Connections in Online Teaching by Rebecca A. Glazier, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Effective teaching is not simply delivering content. More than 40 years of research shows that increased interactions and meaningful […]

COVID-19

Simulating “Normalcy” in a Global Pandemic: Synchronous e-Learning and the Ethics of Care in Teaching

Simulating “Normalcy” in a Global Pandemic: Synchronous e-Learning and the Ethics of Care in Teaching By Stéphanie Martel, Serena Rourke, Sydney Wade, Munro Watters, Queen’s University The benefits of using simulations as an active-learning activity […]