Simulation Games




Alberda, G. (2016). Campaign Simulation for American Government: An Active Learning Approach to Campaigns and Elections. PS: Political Science & Politics, 49(4), 872-875.

Biro, A. Simulating a Mass Election in the Classroom. e-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology (e-JIST), 9(2).

Coffey, D. J., Miller, W. J., & Feuerstein, D. (2011). Classroom as reality: Demonstrating campaign effects through live simulation. Journal of Political Science Education, 7(1), 14-33.

Cowley, P., & Stuart, M. (2015). Whipping them in: Role-playing party cohesion with a chief whip. Journal of Political Science Education, 11(2), 190-203.

Jenkins, S. (2010). Service learning and simulations. PS: Political Science & Politics, 43(3), 541-545.

Mariani, M. D. (2007). Connecting students to politics through a multi-class campaign simulation. PS: Political Science & Politics, 40(4), 789-794.

Pappas, C., & Peaden, C. (2004). Running for your grade: A six-week senatorial campaign simulation. PS: Political Science & Politics, 37(4), 859-863.



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