Andrew Levin is an experienced social science and STEM educator. He believes in the power of project-based learning to achieve authentic learning for his students. Currently, he is an instructor of political science at Harper College where he teaches US Government and Comparative Politics and a teacher at Grayslake North High School where he teachers US Government and Algebra.
Prior to teaching, he studied international relations with an emphasis on International Commerce and Business at Georgetown University. He has also been a program evaluator for JVS Chicago’s Home Health Aide Training Program, a peer reviewer for SAGE/CQ Publishing, and a grader for the US Government & Politics AP Exam. He has presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting on his work encouraging diversity and inclusion both in the classroom setting and online and also at both the Illinois Council for the Social Studies (ICSS) conference and the Wisconsin Council for the Social Studies (WCSS) conference regarding ways to engage students through project-based learning. Currently, he serves at the Region 1 Representative to the ICSS Board.
Reach me at: ahlevin (at) gmail.com
Network with me at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alevin1
Politics of Olympics Infrastructure: http://www.library.la84.org/SportsLibrary/Books/No_Olympics_No_Problem.pdf
Multicultural Education in the Classroom and Online: American Political Science Associaiton National Meeting 2015