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Glazier, Rebecca A. – Journal of Political Science Education, 2011
Despite the growing availability and popularity of simulations and other active teaching techniques, many instructors may be deterred from using simulations because of the potentially high costs involved. Instructors could spend a preponderance of their time and resources developing and executing simulations, but such an approach is not necessary.…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Political Science, Teaching Methods, Simulation
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Thornton, Stephen – Journal of Political Science Education, 2010
It is often suggested that the swift arrival of a world shaped by information superabundance--symbolized by the astonishing growth in popularity of the digital search engine Google--has changed the manner in which many learn. A particular concern of some is the perception that younger people have turned away from books and long articles and have…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Internet, Access to Information, Corporations