Articles identified as relating
to experiential learning.
Michael Bacon and James Sloam. (2010), 'John Dewey and the Democratic Role of Higher Education in England ', Journal of Political Science Education, 6:4.
Michael J. Berry and Tony Robinson. (2012), 'An Entrance to Exit Polling: Strategies for Using Exit Polls as Experiential Learning Projects', PS: Political Science & Politics, 45:03.
Keith Boeckelman, Janna Deitz and Richard Hardy. (2008), 'Organizing a Congressional Candidate Debate as Experiential Learning ', Journal of Political Science Education, 4:4.
Pieter W. G. Bots, F. Pieter Wagenaar and Rolf Willemse. (2010), 'Assimilation of Public Policy Concepts Through Role-Play: Distinguishing Rational Design and Political Negotiation', Simulation & Gaming, 41:5.
Brian Brewer and Mark R. Hayllar. (1993), 'An Experiential Approach to Learning About the Development of Public Policy', Teaching Public Administration, 13:1.
Hugh M. Cannon, Attila Yaprak and Irene Mokra. (2002), 'Simulating Economic Development in Transformation Economies', Journal of Teaching in International Business, 13:3-4.
Kiki Caruson. (2005), 'So, You Want to Run for Elected Office? How to Engage Students in the Campaign Process Without Leaving the Classroom ', PS: Political Science & Politics, 38:02.
Alexandra Cole. (2003), 'To Survey or Not to Survey: The Use of Exit Polling as a Teaching Tool', PS: Political Science & Politics, 36:02.
John Craig. (2010), 'Practitioner-Focused Degrees in Politics ', Journal of Political Science Education, 6:4.
Steven Curtis, Barrie Axford, Alasdair Blair, Caroline Gibson, Richard Huggins and Philippa Sherrington. (2009), 'Placement blogging: the benefits and limitations of online journaling', Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences, 1:3.
Steven Curtis and Alasdair Blair. (2010), 'Experiencing Politics in Action: Widening Participation in Placement Learning and Politics as a Vocation ', Journal of Political Science Education, 6:4.
Janna L. Deitz and Keith Boeckelman. (2012), 'Simulating 2008: A Mock Presidential Election's Impact on Civic Engagement', PS: Political Science & Politics, 45:04.
Seán P. Duffy. (2001), 'Teaching with a Mallet: Conveying an Understanding of Systemic Perspectives on International Relations Intuitively? Croquet as Experiential Learning', International Studies Perspectives, 2:4.
Laurel Elder, Andrew Seligsohn and Daniel Hofrenning. (2007), 'Experiencing New Hampshire: The Effects of an Experiential Learning Course on Civic Engagement ', Journal of Political Science Education, 3:2.
LeRoy C. Ferguson and David W. Winder. (1981), 'Evaluation of Political Science Fieldwork', Teaching Political Science, 8:2.
Barbara Ferman. (2012), 'Educating for Democracy: Reflections From a Work in Progress', Journal of Political Science Education, 8:3.
Steven E. Galatas. (2006), 'A Simulation of the Council of the European Union: Assessment of the Impact on Student Learning ', PS: Political Science & Politics, 39:01.
Larry Hubbell. (1994), 'Teaching Research Methods: An Experiential and Heterodoxical Approach', PS: Political Science and Politics, 27:1.
Ahmed Shafiqul Huque. (1997), 'Teaching Public Administration Through Experientials: A Case from Hong Kong', Teaching Public Administration, 17:1.
Michael D. Kanner. (2007; 2007), 'War and Peace: Simulating Security Decision Making in the Classroom ', PS: Political Science and Politics, 40:04.
Alexander Kelle. (2008), 'Experiential Learning in an Arms Control Simulation ', PS: Political Science & Politics, 41:02.
J. Lay and Kathleen Smarick. (2006), 'Simulating a Senate Office: The Impact on Student Knowledge and Attitudes ', Journal of Political Science Education, 2:2.
Ekaterina Levintova, Terri Johnson, Denise Scheberle and Kevin Vonck. (2011), 'Global Citizens Are Made, Not Born: Multiclass Role-Playing Simulation of Global Decision Making', Journal of Political Science Education, 7:3.
Diane J. Lowenthal and Jeffrey K. Sosland. (2007), 'Making the Grade: How a Semester in Washington May Influence Future Academic Performance ', Journal of Political Science Education, 3:2.
Don L. Mansfield and Patricia Murrell. (1991), 'The use of student learning styles in teaching world politics ', Innovative Higher Education, 15:2.
Vincent L. Marando and Mary Beth Melchior. (1997), 'On Site, Not Out of Mind: The Role of Experiential Learning in the Political Science Doctoral Program', PS: Political Science and Politics, 30:4.
Renée Marlin-Bennett. (2002), 'Linking Experiential and Classroom Education: Lessons Learned from The American University?Amnesty International USA Summer Institute on Human Rights', International Studies Perspectives, 3:4.
Andrey A. Meleshevich and Howard Tamashiro. (2008), 'Learning to Learn; Learning to Win: How to Succeed in the Simulated World of Model NATO ', PS: Political Science & Politics, 41:04.
William F. S. Miles. (2009), 'Bulls, Goats, and Pedagogy: Engaging Students in Overseas Development Aid ', PS: Political Science & Politics, 42:01.
Jonathan Olsen, Annette Zimmer and Markus Behr. (2006), 'Real Success with a Virtual Exchange: The German and American Politics Electronic Classroom ', PS: Political Science & Politics, 39:02.
Robert Pecorella. (2007), 'Forests and Trees: The Role of Academics in Legislative Internships ', Journal of Political Science Education, 3:1.
Richard W. Ryan. (1986), 'Teaching International Development Administration: Experiential Techniques and Interdisciplinary Tools', Teaching Political Science, 13:2.
Debra Sabia. (2003), 'Community Service Learning: Bridging Education and Social Practice', Politics & Policy, 31:2.
Roger Scott. (2012), 'The Progressive Impoverishment of Tertiary Teaching: Reflections on Teaching Public Administration during the ‘Golden Age’ before 1987', Teaching Public Administration, 30:1.
Rosemary E. Shinko. (2006), 'Thinking, Doing, and Writing International Relations Theory', International Studies Perspectives, 7:1.
Richard Sundeen and Terry Cooper. (1978), 'The semester program as a tool for public affairs/public administration education ', Alternative Higher Education, 3:1.
Gretchen J. Van Dyke, Edward G. Declair and Peter H. Loedel. (2000), 'Stimulating Simulations: Making the European Union a Classroom Reality', International Studies Perspectives, 1:2.
Victoria Williams. (2006), 'Assuming Identities, Enhancing Understanding: Applying Active Learning Principles to Research Projects ', Journal of Political Science Education, 2:2.