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APSA Teaching and Learning Conference

Thank you for your interest in the APSA Teaching and Learning Conference!

The APSA Council has voted to hold the conference every two years, rather than on an annual basis. The next stand-alone conference will take place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Albuquerque from February 7-9. More information on registration, housing, and the call for proposals is available below and on the conference website.

APSA will also be hosting the second annual TLC at APSA on Saturday, August 31, 2019, at the 2019 APSA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. You can register for the event when registering for the broader Annual Meeting. We hope to see you there!

2020 Teaching and Learning Conference

APSA’s 2020 Teaching & Learning Conference
February 7-9, 2020 | Albuquerque, New Mexico 

The 2020 APSA Teaching & Learning Conference theme is “Teaching to Empower Students.” As students encounter an often tumultuous reality that includes an evolving academy, uncertain job markets, and an increasingly contentious political sphere, how can we empower them to thrive in their educational and individual pursuits and ensure that they are prepared to solve tomorrow’s problems? Specifically, what teaching and learning strategies can we employ to build the skills and confidence our students will need?

We encourage submissions that explore the ways we use our teaching and programs to empower our students as individuals, scholars, and citizens. Learn more about the conference and view the full call for proposals here. Submissions are due September 23, 2019.

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Registration for the 16th APSA Teaching & Learning Conference (TLC) is open. View rates here and register now! 

APSA will provide discounted rates at the Embassy Suites of $149/night before taxes and fees on a space available basis when you book inside the conference block. More information on hotel and travel is available here

 

2019 Joint International Teaching and Learning Conference

The 2019 Joint TLC is a collaboration between APSA, the Political Studies Association (PSA), the British International Studies Association (BISA), and the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR). It will take place in Brighton, England from June 17-19, 2019. The conference aims to provide a forum in which political science educators from different countries and contexts can come together to explore these challenges and share their experiences and teaching practices. 

Find out more here! 

 
Past TLC Conferences


Get a glimpse of past Teaching and Learning Conferences. 

2018 TLC at APSA
The first Teaching & Learning Conference at APSA (TLC at APSA) took place Saturday, September 1, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts as part of the 2018 APSA Annual Meeting. This mini-conference explored the theme of "Political Science Education in Contentious Times." View the full schedule here.

2018 Teaching & Learning Conference
The 15th Annual TLC took place in Baltimore, Maryland, Febryar 2-4, to explore the conference theme, "Teaching Politics as a Public Good: Citizenship and Civic Engagement in the Classroom." Explore the 2018 Teaching & Learning Conference program.

2017 Teaching & Learning Conference
The 14th Annual TLC took place in Long Beach, California, February 10-12, to explore the conference theme, "The 21st Century Classroom: Creating an Engaging Environment for All Students." View the full online program that includes the 2017 daily schedule, track and workshop details, and exhibitor/sponsor events.

2016 Teaching & Learning Conference 
The 13th Annual TLC took place in Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront, February 12-14, to explore the conference theme, 'Rethinking the Way We Teach: High-Impact Methods In the Classroom."  View the full online program. 


Questions? If you have any questions about the APSA Teaching & Learning Conference, please contact us at [email protected]. 

American Political Science Association
1527 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036-1206
(202) 483-2512 • Fax: +1 (202) 483-2657

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