The Journal of Political Science Education is an intellectually rigorous, peer-reviewed quarterly journal that publishes evidence-based and theoretically informed scholarship on teaching and pedagogical issues in political science. It aims to represent a full range of empirical and philosophical questions, issues, and approaches relevant to political science education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including research on teaching methods, pedagogical innovations and techniques, classroom activities, educational assessment, and curriculum development. It welcomes work from diverse methodological perspectives, and work that represents levels of analysis ranging from classroom-based studies to inter-institutional and cross-national comparisons. The journal supports research that engages with the broad scholarship of teaching and learning and improves the quality of teaching and learning in the discipline.
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Call for Editors
The American Political Science Association (APSA) invites applications and nominations for editorship of the Journal of Political Science Education (JPSE) to begin a term on August 1, 2022. Since 2017, APSA has been the official sponsor of JPSE, which is made available to the 10,000 members of the association. The journal currently receives approximately 120 submissions per year from all areas of political science education, including scholarship of teaching and learning, political science instruction, teaching, book and resource reviews, and reflections. Applications are due September 1, 2021.
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