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2010 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference Track Summaries

  • Kimberly A. Mealy (a1), Dennis Roberts (a2), June Speakman (a3), Sarah E. Spengeman (a4), Elizabeth A. Bennion (a5), Tim Meinke (a6), Bobbi Gentry (a7), Erin E. Richards (a8), Vanessa Ruget (a9), Tina M. Zappile (a10), Masako Rachel Okura (a11), Christopher Whitt (a12), Kristen Obst (a13), Nancy Wright (a14), Heather Edwards (a15), Katherine Brown (a16), Anita Chadha (a17), Derrick L. Cogburn (a18), Shane Nordyke (a19), Renee Van Vechten (a20), Mark Sachleben (a21), Deborah Ward (a22), Candace C. Young (a23), Brian K. Arbour (a24), Jill Abraham Hummer (a25), Sharon Jones (a26), Mark Johnson (a27), Sharon Spray (a28), Richard W. Coughlin (a29), Marek Payerhin (a6), Robert W. Glover (a30), Melinda Kovács (a31), Michael T. Rogers (a32), Leland M. Coxe (a33), Brooke Thomas Allen (a34) and Ethan J. Hollander (a35)...

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The seventh annual Teaching and Learning Conference (TLC) was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from February 5 to 7, 2010, with 224 attendees onsite. The theme for the meeting was “Advancing Excellence in Teaching Political Science.” Using the working-group model, the TLC track format encourages in-depth discussion and debate on research dealing with the scholarship of teaching and learning.

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Brady, Henry E. 2010. “Plenary Roundtable: Teaching Political Science during Hard Times.” Paper presented at the APSA Teaching and Learning Conference, Philadelphia, PA, February 5–7.
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