Legal education, Legal research and writing, Legal pedagogy
Sturm College of Law
The authors of this gem of a book—both retired college teachers who gave their professional lifetimes to teaching—write simply and passionately about what it takes to be an effective teacher, and manage to reduce the key aspects of a complex process down to nine primary elements. In so doing, they provide not only a road map of aspiration for the new teacher, but also signposts of inspiration for the experienced teacher.
David I.C. Thomson, Teaching as Art Form - Review of The Elements of Teaching, 15 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 41 (2006).
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