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Political Research Exchange - PRX

New Designs for Political Science Teaching

Higher Education
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Rama Venkatasawmy
University of Newcastle

24/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Building: VMP 8 Floor: 2 Room: 206
This panel will enable academic instructors who would like to share their designs for new classes, courses or units in Political Science and International Relations but who have not yet had an opportunity to deliver those to students. Designs inspired by/applying particular concepts, theories or approaches from Political Science, International Relations, Education or other disciplines are particularly welcome. If the authors present these as innovative designs, they should highlight the innovative elements. Equally sought are examples of collaborative teaching and learning undertaken at two or more institutions. The panel also expects to host other presenters discussing ways to enrich the student learning experience beyond what is offered at their home institutions or in their pedagogic contexts.

Paper List

Title Details
Are We Doing Them a Dis-Service? Preparing Students to Study Overseas: a Case Study of Chinese Students and British Culture View Paper Details
Enrolling at the University After Role-Playing. Assessing How the “National Model United Nations” Experience Influences High-School Students’ Decisions View Paper Details
Interviewing 'Europe': Bridging the Gap Between Students and Practitioners of EU Policymaking? View Paper Details
Teaching Middle East Politics with Movies and Documentaries: Exogenous and Endogenous Perspectives View Paper Details
The Self-Experiment as a Novel Method for Introducing Public Sociology in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education View Paper Details
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