The New International Studies Classroom: Active Teaching, Active Learning

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INDEX
Albright, Madeline, 14, 244
Allison, Graham, 142
Assessment, 4; analytical skills learning, 73–75; bureaucratic bargaining, 149–150; case writing, 266–268; coalition formation, 105–106; film use, 246–248; formative, 232; International Communications Negotiation Simulation, 230–235; learning outcomes, 231–232; mixed-motive negotiations, 103–109; national security policy, 125–127; outcomes-based, 177; Paris Peace Conference simulation, 160–165; peer review, 230; postsurvey, 246–247; presurvey, 246; simulations and games, 103–109, 135–139, 149–150; systematic level of, 110n7; Teaching Human Rights Online project, 230–235
Atomic Café (1982), 249
Authority: hierarchical, 175; monochromic thinking about, 172
Barr, Robert, 1
Betts, Richard, 80
Bosnia, 13, 219–236
By Dawn's Early Light (1990), 249–250
The Caine Mutiny (1954), 249
Canadian Bacon (1995), 244
The Candidate (1972), 244
Carr, E. H., 156, 159
Case method, 3, 5–8, 260–266; abstract materials in, 78, 79; abstract theories and, 82; actorsinterest-options rubric, 87; advantages of, 38–39; applications, 6, 68; background information in, 131–132; “big bang” technique, 89; buddy system in, 87; content, 5; courses, 24–26; debriefing in, 33, 54, 55, 103–109, 125–127, 129, 135–139, 149–150; DEPPP skills in, 24–25, 80, 81; discussion format, 25, 27, 54, 55, 66, 67, 73, 225–227; diversity in, 257–258; drawbacks, 59–60; factual material in, 54, 58; fairness issues, 106; instructor preparation, 30–33, 114; in introductory courses, 21–34; levels-of-analysis approach, 54; material selection, 89; narratives in, 48n2, 61, 65; news articles in, 82; post-case discussion, 24; precase discussion, 24, 28; problem management in, 60–62; “puzzler” technique, 89; questioning techniques in, 86–88; research assignments, 24, 116; spillover in, 91; student preparation for, 28–30, 66; study groups in, 29; “whipsaw” technique, 89; without cases, 61, 77–92; written material, 66, 67
Cases, 23; analytical-theoretical, 27–28, 65–75; Brazilian economic growth, 70–72; Brazilian foreign

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