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Daily Archives: 31/01/2013

APSA Teaching & Learning Conference 2013


February 1 is the last day to register for the American Political Science Association Teaching & Learning Conference, which is being held on 8-10 February 2013 in Long Beach, California.

The program contains two full tracks on classroom simulation and serious gaming, one on American politics and simulation design, the other on international relations and comparative politics.

I won’t be able to attend this year, unfortunately. However if any PAXsims readers are going, we would love a conference report—drop us a line.

PeaceConferencing Games: A New Paradigm for Digital Learning

The video below describes the “PeaceConferencing” exercise that is currently a part of Kristen Druker’s 9th grade Modern History Classes at The Bishop’s School. The simulation uses the Open Simulation Platform, first developed at the United States Institute of Peace, and now being further developed by Sea Change Simulations.

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