Law School Teaching (generally)

American Association of Law Schools, Meeting, San Antonio, TX 1996, Understanding Learning Styles, Cultures (parts 1 and 2) (Recorded Resources Corporation 1996) (audiotape)

American Association of Law School, Meeting, Washington, DC 1997, Using Information about Learning Styles (parts 1 and 2) (Recorded Resources Corporation 1997) (audiotape)

American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Legal Education and Professional Development--An Educational Continuum (American Bar Association, 1992)(MacCrate report)

Filippa Marullo Anzalone, It All Begins With You: Improving Law School Learning through Professional Self-Awareness and Critical Reflection, 24 HAMLINE LAW REVIEW 324 (Summer 2001).

Paul Baron, Deep and Surface Learning: Can Teachers Really Control Student Approaches to Learning in Law? 36 LAW TEACHER 123 (Spring 2002).

Robin A. Boyle and Rita Dunn, Teaching Law Students through Individual Learning Styles, 62 ALBANY LAW REVIEW213 (Fall 1998).

Corinne Cooper, Getting Graphic 2: Visual Tools for Teaching and Learning Law (1994)

Diana R. Donahoe, Bridging the Digital Divide between Law Professor and Law Student, 5 VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF LAW AND TECHNOLOGY 13 (Fall 2000). (www.teachinglaw.com also available on the web at http://www.teachinglaw.freewebsites.com/teachinglaw.pdf)

Alice K. Dueker, Diversity and Learning: Imagining a Pedagogy of Difference, 19 NEW YORK REVIEW OF LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE 101 (1992/93).

Gonzaga University School of Law, Institute for Law School Teaching, Conference (1997 : Spokane, Wash.) Teach to the Whole Class: Effective Teaching Methods for a Diverse Student Body (Institute for Law School Teaching, 1997).

Gerald F. Hess, The Legal Educatorís Guide to Periodicals on Teaching and Learning, 67 UKMC LAW REVIEW 367 (1998).

Gerald F. Hess, Monographs on Teaching and Learning for Legal Educators, 35 GONZAGA LAW REVIEW 63 (2000).

Gerald F. Hess and Steven Friedland, Techniques for Teaching Law (Carolina Academic Press, 1999).

Gerald F. Hess, Principle 3: Good Practice Encourages Active Learning, 49 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 401 (September 1999).

M.H. Sam Jacobson, Using the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator to Assess Learning Style: Type or Stereotype?, 33 WILLAMETTE LAW REVIEW 261 (1997).

Marlene LeBrun, The Quiet (R)evolution: Improving Student Learning in Law (Law Book Co., 1994).

Terri LeClercq, Principle 4: Good Practice Gives Prompt Feedback, 49 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 418 (1999).

Mary Kay Lundwell and Arturo L. Torres, Moving Beyond Langdell II: An Annotated Bibliography of Current Methods for Law Teaching, 2000 GONZAGA LAW REVIEW 1 (spec. ed. 2000).

Paula Lustbader, Principle 7: Good Practice Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning, 49 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 448 (1999).

Gregory S. Munro, Outcome Assessments for Law Schools (Institute for Law Teaching, Gonzaga University School of Law, 2000).

Don Peters, Forever Jung:Psychological Type Theory, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Learning Negotiation, 42 DRAKE LAW REVIEW 1 (1993).

Cathleen A. Roach, A River Runs Through It: Tapping into the Informational Stream to Move Students from Isolation to Autonomy, 36 ARIZONA LAW REVIEW 667 (1994).

Michael Hunter Schwartz, Teaching Law by Design: How Learning Theory and Instructional Design Can Inform and Reform Law Teaching, 38 SAN DIEGO LAW REVIEW 347 (2001).

Greg Sergienko, Using Instructional Design to Improve Student Learning, Erasing the Lines: Integrating the Law School Curriculum, 2001 ALWD CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 267

Steve Sheppard, An Informal History of How Law Schools Evaluate Students, with aPredictable Emphasis on Law School Final Exams, 65 U.K.M.C. LAW REVIEW 657 (1997).

Arturo L. Torres and Karen E. Harwood, Moving Beyond Langdell: An Annotated Bibliography of Current Methods for Law Teaching, 1994 GONZAGA LAW REVIEW 1 (spec. ed. 1994).

Paul T. Wangerin, Learning Strategies for Law Students, 52 ALBANY LAW REVIEW 471 (1988).

Jayne ElizabethZanglein and Katherine Austin Stalcup, Te(a)chnology: Web-Based Instruction in the Legal Skills Courses, 49 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 480 (1999).

Journals

Journal of Legal Education

The Law Teacher (Gonzaga University School of Law)(see also http://law.gonzaga.edu/ilst/newsltr.htm)

Syllabus

Websites

American Association of Law Schools http://www.aals.org

American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar http://www.abanet.org/legaled/home.html

Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) (licensed resource) http://www.cali.org

Barbara Glesner Fines http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/profiles/glesnerfines/bgf-home.htm

Gonzaga Institute for Law Teaching http://law.gonzaga.edu/ilst/ilst.htm†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

JURIST (The Jurist, Legal Education Network) http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/index.htm

Vernellia Randall, Learning Styles and Law Students http://academic.udayton.edu/aep/online/study/study00b.htm

 

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