Jaime Settle

Teaching

I seek to teach students how to ask good questions, assess and synthesize information, engage in analytical reasoning, and communicate effectively. I hope to inspire them to continue to ask and answer questions after they’ve completed their final exams. I use the content of a political science course to motivate critical thinking and writing, not as material to be memorized. Learning the art of clear communication—written and oral—is one of the hallmarks of a college education, and I design my syllabi with this goal in mind.

 

Current Courses:

Intro to American Government and Politics 201 (Fall 2014)

 

Past Courses:

Political Behavior 374 (Spring 2014)

Political Behavior 374 (Fall 2012)

Intro to American Government and Politics 201 (Spring 2013)

Intro to American Government and Politics 201 (Fall 2013)

Social and Psychological Influences on Political Behavior 491 (Fall 2013)

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