Inspiring Ideas for the Teaching & Learning of Law
VIDEO: Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding (Click parts below to view)
Part 1 (8 minutes)
Part 2 (6 minutes)
Part 3 (6 minutes)
"Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding" is an award-winning short-film about teaching at higher-level educational institutions. The film delivers a foundation for understanding what a teacher needs to do in order to make sure all types of students actually learn what the teacher intends.
A series of short video tutorials (35 plus) on CONTRACTS - available on YouTube.
This series was written by Professors Debra Threedy and and Terry Kogan, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, and designed by Aaron DeWald (2012).
This series provides an excellent model for the development of flipped-teaching tutorials.
These teaching tools, compiled and shared by innovative professors from around the country, are designed to assist other legal educators in enhancing their classrooms to better equip students with the skills and core competencies they need to practice as new attorneys. Collaboration among legal educators and law schools will be an important piece of any significant change in legal education, and this is a place to share and exchange teaching materials and resources.
Accessed October, 2014 at http://educatingtomorrowslawyers.du.edu/resources/
VIDEO: Labor Law Classroom (4 min)
21st Century Teaching
VIDEO: Thinking Together in the Classroom