Techniques for Teaching Law
by Gerald F. Hess, Steven Friedland
Publisher: Carolina Academic Press 1999
Number of pages: 378
Techniques for Teaching Law addresses a broad range of pedagogical issues in the context of legal education: the teaching and learning environment, course and class planning, questioning and discussion techniques, visual tools, experiential learning, computers, simulations, collaborative learning, writing exercises, feedback to teachers, and evaluation of students.
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