Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Friday, July 01, 2016

New Gapminder features

If you use Gapminder, and I think you should, there are new features. Here's the note I got from Gapminder.

Bubbles on touch screens!
The new ⧉ Gapminder Tools are launched here: gapminder.org/tools.
Our new and improved bubble chart is now joined by an interactive income mountain and bubble map.
The new tools:
- Work on mobiles and touch screens;
- Load faster;
- Have open source code. http://gapminder.org/tools
Stay tuned! Translations and more to come later this year.
Please help make the tools even better! The new tools are not fully polished yet, so check them out at gapminder.org/tools and give us feedback at info@gapminder.org. All comments are most welcomed.

Teaching Comparative blog entries are indexed. Use the search box to look for country names or concept labels attached to each entry.

What You Need to Know 7th edition is ready to help.


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Just The Facts! 2nd edition is a concise guide to concepts, terminology, and examples that will appear on May's exam.


Just The Facts! is available. Order HERE.

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The Comparative Government and Politics Review Checklist.



Two pages summarizing the course requirements to help you review and study for the final and for the big exam in May. . It contains a description of comparative methods, a list of commonly used theories, a list of vital concepts, thumbnail descriptions of the AP6, and a description of the AP exam format. $2.00. Order HERE.

What You Need to Know: Teaching Tools, the original version and v2.0 are available to help curriculum planning.











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