Learning about territoriality and conflict in IB Global Politics

Bamara Border Dispute (BBD) is an excellent, two-party simulation produced by the good folks at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. BBD addresses several issues related to peace and conflict studies; everything from the nexus of territory and identity to the asymmetry of information during conflict and more. The sim has relatively succinct  mechanics and […]

Understanding student perceptions of feedback in the classroom.

My end of second term student surveys produced a rich set of information. This term was very different from those I’ve had in the past.We spent far more time this term working on developing, performing, and reflecting on simulations (In Global Politics: our own internal Model UN along with Iran’s Nuclear program in Year 1 and a […]