TIRP Search Tags
Teaching International Relations Program—TIRP
and the High School Case Teaching Initiative
A tag will select a limited set of materials as a way to get started. Use the tag in the SEARCH box on the upper right side of the Activities Database homepage.
As you open guide files and read through the tagged “core set” - there are teaching notes that point to related database materials. For example, the topic “political economy” is wide open. The core set will give different analytical frames that each go in different directions with different cases.
four worlds of international relations - reveals connections and conflicts between political, economic, social, and cultural worlds
multiple concept maps that each refer to cases
TIRP teams in Spring 2013 assigned to HSLC 2013:
|glo-labor||concept map and cases|
|environment||environ-set||political culture & policy continuum --|
|ethics - specific to TEP||tep core||Teaching Ethics Program - frames, cases, and simulations for volunteers doing TEP outreach|
|ethics & human rights||ethics-hr||four paradigms & three principles - outlines competing values and ethical dilemmas|
|nation building||gvnc-basic||functions of government - three functions provide criteria for failed states or good governance|
|causes of war||loa-war||levels of analysis - establishes a wide variety of variables and distinguishes them across three levels: human, national, systemic|
|security||world-vw||worldviews - distinguishes sets of assumptions and uses the DEPPP analysis to trace how each view determines different policy choices|
|foreign policy||fopo-basic||to be used with worldviews and levels of anaysis|
|DEPPP US fopo||a collection of speeches by US presidents that each has a DEPPP analysis guide|
|cold war & post cold war||change-sec||changing nature of security -|
|identity||identity-sec||identity & security - subcultures are distinguished to consider each person's multiple identities, the basis for common culture, unity & diversity, etc.|
- Center for Active Learning in International Studies
- CALIS is an outreach project of the School of International Relations.
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