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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Designing Print Materials for Flexible Teaching and Learning in Law

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Gordon Joughin, Richard JohnstoneAssociate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne, Australia

ISBN13: 9781876213336
ISBN: 1876213337
Published: October 1997
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This book is written for law teachers who want to design their own teaching and learning materials. It is designed for individual teachers and teaching teams who want to develop materials and encourage active learning by students, and integrate the use of materials with other teaching and learning strategies. Most law teachers have no ideas about how to make learning more enjoyable and productive for students. this guide will help to make these ideas more explicit, anchor them in recent research on teaching and learning, and help law teachers to apply them consistently to their materials. The chapters are clearly structured and each section within them includes ideas, examples and activities for the law teacher to complete. The activities are designed so that a blueprint may be developed, as well as materials for a 'sample' topic by working through the activities as they occue in the text.

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Contents:
Introduction; Identifying Key Ideas About Teaching And Learning In Your Subject; Planning Materials; Writing A Topic; Evaluating Materials; References.