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2014 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference February 7-9, 2014| Philadelphia, PA | Sheraton Society Hill

Meeting Theme: Teaching Inclusively: Integrating Multiple Approaches into the Curriculum

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Thank you to all conference participants! Highlights from the 2014 Teaching and Learning Conference will be posted soon. Stay tuned for the announcement of the 2015 dates and locations.

The APSA Teaching and Learning Conference is a unique meeting in which APSA strives to promote greater understanding of cutting-edge approaches, techniques, and methodologies for the political science classroom. The conference provides a forum for scholars to share effective and innovative teaching and learning models and to discuss broad themes and values of political science education--especially the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Paper Themes

The meeting consists of 14 tracks* constructed around these themes:

(* Themes may be split into more than one conference track.)

Workshop Themes

Workshops focus on practical issues related to teaching and allow participants to interact with political scientists outside of their assigned conference track. The call for workshops includes the following themes:

 

 

FAQ's: Questions about the APSA Teaching and Learning Conference?  See frequently asked questions, or contact [email protected].

 


 

Previous Conferences

2014 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference Program Committee

  • Victor Asal (Chair), SUNY, University at Albany
  • Mark Johnson, Minnesota State Community and Technical College
  • Agnieszka Paczynska, George Mason University
  • Boris Ricks, California State University, Northridge
  • Cameron Thies, Arizona State University 
  • Sherri Wallace, University of Louisville 

 

 

 

 

 

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