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 Nordic Party Members: Linkages in Troubled Times, Edited by Marie Demker, Knut Heidar, and Karina Kosiara-Pedersen

Evidence-based Teaching in Political Science

Methods
 
Education
 
Higher Education
 
Panel Number
P118
Panel Chair
Eszter Simon
University of Birmingham
Panel Co-Chair
Agnes Simon
Masaryk University
Panel Discussant
Eszter Simon
University of Birmingham

Time
07/09/2017 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: BL07 P.A. Munchs hus Floor: 1 Room: PAM SEM4
Abstract
This panel is conceived in the best traditions of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL), which builds upon the recognition of the reciprocal relationship between teaching and research. Acknowledging that most teachers in higher education have a strong identity as researchers, SOTL encourages teaching staff to use their disciplinary research skills and apply them in order to investigate the efficiency of their teaching and the impact it has on student learning. Therefore, purpose of the panel is to propagate scholarly enquiry into the teaching and learning process—an idea that stands at the heart of the activities of the Teaching and Learning Politics standing group. The panel will consist of one or two papers that discuss the best practices in SOTL and research papers in which panelist inquire into their own classroom practice and its effect on student learning, putting SOTL into practice.

Paper List


Title Details
Short and Long-term Effects of Simulation based Learning – Is Learning through Simulations Sustainable? View Paper Details
Speaking Not Listening: The Negative Impact of Enquiry-Based Learning View Paper Details
The Importance of Evidence-based Research into Teaching View Paper Details
What Do Different Assessment Techniques Tell Us About the Effectiveness of Board Gaming on Student Learning? View Paper Details
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