By Loch K. Jonhson

« This essay begins with a look at several ingredients–such as subject mastery and careful course planning–that, combined, can lead to effective teaching. It then turns to some classroom activities that have proven to catch the attention of students and help them to learn about the intricacies of national security intelligence. These activities include the preparation of congressional briefing books related to mock hearings on intelligence programs; ‘murder boards’ that sharpen the critiquing skills of students, as well as their ability to speak more forcefully and convincingly; and the use of dramatic scenarios to spark classroom discussions about ethical challenges faced by intelligence agencies. »

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