Conflict simulation, peacebuilding, and development

CFP: APSA Teaching & Learning Conference 2014


The American Political Science Association is currently inviting paper proposals for its 2014 Teaching & Learning Conference, to be held in Philadelphia on 7-9 February 2014. As usual, the conference will include a simulations and role play track:

Simulations and Role Play

Simulations and role play exercises help political scientists and students model the decision making processes of real-world political actors. Examples of these teaching techniques and strategies include Model United Nations, Model European Union, in-class self designed simulations, and on-line role playing exercises. Papers in this track will address such topics as: in what way can simulations and role-play expand student learning opportunities in political science? Which formats are most effective? and How do we measure the effectiveness of simulations?

2 responses to “CFP: APSA Teaching & Learning Conference 2014

  1. Rex Brynen 27/09/2013 at 1:29 pm

    Not sure yet (it’s a busy time of year for me).

  2. Skip Cole 27/09/2013 at 1:17 pm

    Are you going Rex? I just have to get to more of these.

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