~ Public Affairs Teaching & Learning
One strategy for improving policy effectiveness and program delivery is to fundamentally alter how professionals are trained and educated. This vision has driven Jodi's scholarship in this area and is at the foundation of the strategic importance of the Hubert Project and her own work to redesign and teach in the school's MPA cohort program. Below also find other resources about improving the substance and process of public affairs education.
Julia Carboni, Todd Dickey, Stephanie Moulton, Sean O'Keefe, Rosemary O'Leary, Suzanne Piotrowski, and Jodi Sandfort (alphabetical). 2019. "State with the Problem: Establishing Research Relevance with Integrative Public Administration," Perspectives on Public Management and Governance: Advanced Access, 267-274.
Jodi R. Sandfort and Kevin Gerdes. 2016. "The Design, Pedagogy, and Practice of an Integrated Public Affairs Leadership Course," Teaching in Public Administration. **this describes our MPA Cohort program at the Humphrey School
Kilonzo, Susan, Jodi R. Sandfort, and Helen Liu. 2016. "Using Multi-Media Learning Objects in Public Affairs Classrooms: Global Experiences with Hubert E-cases & E-Studies" (U.S, Kenya, & Hong Kong) Journal of Public Affairs Education.
"The Hubert Project: Where Interactive Teaching Meets Interactive Technology," December 2014. APPAM invited blog
“State of the Art of Teaching in Public Policy,” keynote with Gregor Walter-Drop, August 2014. Program for African Governance and Social Science Research, MRPP Professional Development Workshop, Nairobi, Kenya.
“Using Multimedia Learning Objects to Enhance Public Affairs Education,” 2014. Roundtable at Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management spring conference, Washington, DC (April 2014).
Brooks, Christopher and Jodi Sandfort. 2013. “Trial and Error: Iteratively Improving Research on Blended Learning” Research Perspectives in Blended Learning, edited by Chuck Dziuban, Charles Graham, and Anthony Picciano. Routledge/Taylor and Francis Publishing.
Sandfort, Jodi and Christopher Brooks, 2012 "Multimedia Management Teaching Case Impacts on Student Learning," paper presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Annual Conference, Baltimore MD.
Featured Presenter, “Integrative Leadership,” April 2012. TedxUMn, Minneapolis, MN.
Schweik, Charles, Ines Mergel, Jodi Sandfort, and Zhirong Zhao, 2011. “Toward Open Public Administration Scholarship” Journal of Public Administration, Research and Theory, 21: 175-198.
Bingham, Lisa Blomgren, Jodi R. Sandfort, and Rosemary O’Leary. 2008. "Learning to Do and Doing to Learn: Teaching Managers to Collaborate in Networks” Big Ideas in Collaborative Public Management, edited by Blomgren and O’Leary. M.E.Sharpe. 270-285.
Sandfort, Jodi R. and Melissa M. Stone. 2008. “Analyzing Policy Fields: Helping Students Understand Complex State and Local Contexts,” Journal of Public Affairs Education, 14(2), 129-148.
Flynn, Theresa A., Jodi R. Sandfort and Sally Coleman Selden. 2001. “The Three-Dimensional Approach to Learning in Public Management,” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 20:3, 551- 564.