Prorogation Protests?

Like this author, I too am waiting for the same media and other commentators who slammed Harper's prorogations in 2008 and 2009 to do the same to McGuinty's recent decision.  I look forward to receiving the letter that must be circulating among academics as we speak, condemning McGuinty's decision to prorogue the Ontario legislative assembly.

The Flipped Classroom: Can First Year Students Learn and Apply Rational Choice and Game Theory?

As I’ve blogged about here previously, several weeks ago I used the flipped classroom technique to teach my first year seminar students about the “state of nature” and its utility (or lack thereof) for analyzing politics.  The results were exciting and astounding!

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  • Ailsa Henderson
  • Andre Perrella
  • Anna Esselment
  • Anthony Piscitelli
  • Barry Kay
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  • Christopher Alcantara
  • Christopher Cochrane
  • Geoffrey Stevens
  • Jason Roy
  • Jorg Broschek
  • Loren King
  • Manuel Riemer
  • Nikolaos Liodakis
  • Robert Williams
  • Simon Kiss
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