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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.
A diverse group of 25 faculty and graduate students participated in the 2008 Teaching
Research Methods (TRM) track. Participants represented a range of institutions—public and
private, urban and rural, domestic and international, large research universities and
teaching colleges. Presentations provided evidence of the heterogeneity in methods
instruction and of pedagogical innovations in course design and delivery. The discussion in
this year's meeting echoed and built upon prior meetings, reflecting the workshop format and
participation of several track members in successive TLC meetings. The recommendations
formulated by the track will be discussed following a brief summary of the presentations and
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