Publications and Resources

Books and articles published by our members

  • Ishiyama, John, Miller, Will, and Simon, Eszter. Handbook On Teaching And Learning In Political Science And International Relations. Edward Elgar, Northampton, MA, 2015.
  • Klymenko, Lina. “‘Involve me and I will understand’: How to Engage Students in Political Science classes.” In: Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft (ÖZP), vol. 3 (2014), pp. 293–304.
  • Simon, Eszter and Gabriela Pleschová (eds.): Teacher Development in Higher Education: Existing Programs, Program Impact, and Future Trends. New York: Routledge, 2012.
  • Gormley-Heenan, Cathy and Simon Lightfoot (eds.): Teaching Politics and International Relations. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Pleschová, Gabriela (ed.): IT in Action. Stimulating Quality Learning at Undergraduate Students.  Barbara Budrich Publishers, Opladen and Farmington Hills, 2010.
  • Brosig, Malte, Kas, Kinga (eds.):  Teaching Theory and Academic Writing. A Guide to Undergraduate Lecturing in Political Science. Barbara Budrich Publishers, Opladen and Farmington Hills, 2008.
  • Mattová, Irina and Gabriela Pleschová (eds.): Ako kvalitne ucit. (How to Provide High-quality Teaching) Bratislava 2007. Zbornik (in Slovak language with one contribution in English).
  • Ulnicane, Inga and Katsja Dryven (eds.): How to Motivate and Supervise Students. The Experience of First-time University Teachers.epsNet Teaching Political Science series no.3, Budapest 2006, No 3.
  • Gregusová, Gabriela (ed.): How to Teach Political Science? The Experience of First-time University Teachers. epsNet Teaching Political Science series no.1, Budapest 2005, No 1.
  • Gregusová, Gabriela (ed.): How to Teach Political Science? The Experience of First-time University Teachers. epsNet Teaching Political Science series no.2, Budapest 2005, No 2.

Links to useful resources on teaching

Political Science journals dedicated solely or in part to teaching and learning issues

Teaching Tips on different aspects of teaching (University of Hawaii), including

Active learning:

Lecturing:

Creativity:

Simulation games:

IT in the classroom:

Links to resources about teaching in general

Links to related websites of organizations of interest