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The Effects of Different Types of Case Learning on Student Engagement
Two types of case learning—case studies and problem-based learning—have become staples in our active learning international relations classrooms. Yet few teacher-scholars have examined whetherExpand
Starving for Knowledge: An Active Learning Approach to Teaching About World Hunger
Two student groups on the campus of a small liberal arts college in the United States utilized a role-playing dramatization created by a major international non-governmental organization to teachExpand
Building Knowledge? Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Global Problems Summit Simulation
This paper is an initial attempt to evaluate the effectiveness of the Global Problems Summit, a simulation exercise developed for the international studies classroom over 10 years ago. We firstExpand
Active Teaching and Learning in Cross‐National Perspective
Recent developments in globalization, education, and technology suggest exciting possibilities for cross-national active teaching and learning in international studies. This paper reviews scholarshipExpand
Putting the Learning in Case Learning? The Effects of Case-Based Approaches on Student Knowledge, Attitudes, and Engagement.
This study revisits case learning’s effects on student engagement, and assesses student learning as a result of the use of case studies and problem-based learning. I replicate a previous study thatExpand
Teaching Human Rights Through Service Learning
This article describes an innovative service learning project designed for undergraduate courses examining human rights. The project vividly illustrated the role of dehumanization in affecting humanExpand
Agents of Atrocity: Leaders, Followers, and the Violation of Human Rights in Civil War and Final Solutions: Mass Killing and Genocide in the Twentieth Century
  • Matthew Krain
  • Political Science
  • Perspectives on Politics
  • 24 February 2006
Agents of Atrocity: Leaders, Followers, and the Violation of Human Rights in Civil War. By Neil J. Mitchell. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. 228p. $35.00. Final Solutions: Mass Killing andExpand
Active Learning Across Borders: Lessons From an Interactive Workshop in Brazil
This article reports on the results of a workshop on active teaching and learning sponsored by the Instituto de Relacoes Internacionais at the University of Brasilia. This 2-day, intensive workshopExpand
One World, Two Classrooms, Thirteen Days: Film as an Active-Teaching and Learning Tool in Cross-National Perspective
This study assesses the pedagogical value of film as case material, and whether that value is affected by the different national and institutional contexts of the students engaging that text. We testExpand