Excellence and innovation in legal education

Sally Kift (Editor), Michelle Sanson (Editor), Jill Cowley (Editor), Penelope Watson (Editor)

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Abstract

In this book teaching professionalism is characterised by the scholarly underpinning of each contribution; and every contribution provides a rich resource for enhancing teaching practice. The critical concerns for legal education have been identified and discussed: curriculum design that includes graduate attributes; embedding specific attributes across the curriculum; empowering students to learn; academic teamwork to manage large student cohorts; first year and final year transition strategies; tracking students' personal development through the use of ePortfolio; assessment strategies; improving student well-being and promoting resilience; teaching practice to achieve deep learning; flexibility in delivery; the use of Web 2.0 technology; and understanding the 21st century student.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationChatswood, N.S.W.
PublisherLexisNexis
Number of pages588
ISBN (Print)9780409328165
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Keywords

  • Law--Study and teaching--Australia

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