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Teaching Politics and IR: Key Issues, Skills, Pedagogy
The Political Studies Association is pleased to announce our Teaching and Learning Network's fourth series of webinars running from 9 June to 5 July 2021. Delivered by expert political studies academics for PSA members, and the wider academic community.
This series will focus on general teaching and learning issues, not just online teaching.
Each session will last one hour, via Zoom. You must pre-register for each session and a recording will be made available online after the event, alongisde any relevant resources.
These sessions are now available to register online:
- Panic! At the work placement by Pete Woodcock: 9 June (12-1pm)
- Flipping the COVID-19 Classroom by Adrian Millican and Thomas Robinson: 11 June, (3-4pm)
- Getting Political Philosophy Students to Argue for Themselves: Methods, Experiments, and Teaching Without Preaching by Jonathan Floyd: 15 June, (3-4pm)
- Betrayal / Forgiveness: Sneaking quantitative methods into substantive teaching and assessment in Politics and International Relations by Kathrin Thomas & Adrian Millican: 23 June, (3-4:30pm)
- What can YouTuber’s teach us about creating engaging content? By Liam McLoughlin: 29 June, (3-4pm)
- Academic freedom in a virtual classroom: Learning and teaching ‘controversial’ topics by Sarah Liu: 5 July, (4-5pm)
All previous Teaching and Learning Network webinars are available to view via our resources page.
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