- Class Dates
- 07/10/2023 to 12/08/2023
- Delivered By
- Online Asynchronous
- Meeting Times
- Meets by Appt
- Meeting Location
- Distance Education
Teaching Federalism in United States History, Civics, and Government II
POLSC 791 - Class Number: 11887
By the end of the course students will: -define and explain federalism as a philosophical idea, a process of governance, a political institution, a recurring political issue; and a powerful perspective in teaching United States history, civics, and government -explain how federalism permeates U.S. history, civics, and government including the Constitution, its framing, and American political culture -trace the historical development of divisions of power, jurisdiction, representation, and balances of power among the federal, state, and local governments to 1932 because 1932 marks a critical juncture in U.S. federalism history -evaluate historical examples to 1932 that show the influence of federalism on the ways Americans manage cultural diversity and preferences in the context of such political principles as unity and diversity, shared rule and self-rule, liberty and order, liberty and equality, and individual and collective equality -create original resources that help students more fully appreciate and understand federalism as a way to organize political power, as a way to resolve political conflict, as a way to balance competing interests, and as a perennial issue in United States History, Civics, and Governance. This course focuses on the historical and present-day development of federalism since 1932 as well as its applications to contemporary political issues.
- POLSC 791, Section ZD: Although all students will enroll and participate in class activities during the summer, the course continues into the Fall to give students an opportunity to pilot their teacher-created resources in their schools.
- Instructor Thomas Vontz's permission is required after 07/11/2023.
- Internet access
- Enrollment Dates
- 03/23/2023 to 07/10/2023
- Enrollment Limit
Enrollments received on or after the first day of class may be assessed a $65 special handling fee.
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