16 January 2017:
Our group is proposing seven panels to the ECPR General Conference in Oslo (6-9 September 2017). For panel details and information about how to submit a paper, read the Call for Papers.
1 September 2016:
Our third newsletter of the year with information about past and upcoming events and opportunities is available here.
15 June 2016:
You can read our latest newsletter here.
7 February 2016:
Our January 2016 newsletter with important news and information is available here.
21 March 2015:
Our group now has a leaflet, which you can find here. Please feel free to print a couple of copies if you wish to disseminate information about our group at conferences and workshops.
19 March 2-15:
The teaching and learning panels at the upcoming ECPR Conference in Montreal have been finalized. Paper abstracts are available here.
13 March 2015:
The Handbook on Teaching and Learning Political Science and International Relations is now available for purchase. You can find more information about the book on the publisher’s website.
14 January 2105:
Several of our members have contributed to Ishiyama, Miller, Simon’s forthcoming (May 2015) Handbook on Teaching and Learning Political Science and International Relations published by Edward Elgar. For the full reference, go to our Publication and Resources page. More information about the book can be found on the publisher’s website.
10 January 2015:
We are organizing two panels at the ECPR General Conference in Montreal. Details can be found here.
7 January 2015:
As of today, the TLP Standing Group 116 members who are coming from 28 countries.
22 December 2014:
Lina Klymenko, a graduate from the first ECPR Teaching and Learning summer school (2012), has published a piece on using problem-based learning with her students in the Austrian Journal of Political Science. You can find the full reference here and read the paper here.
7 December 2014:
Our Steering Committee has forwarded two names to ECPR for approval as part of our search for a Co-Editor of European Political Science.