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Strategies and Techniques of Law School Teaching

Summary of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION
II. THE BIG PICTURE: CONSCIOUSLY CHOOSING WHAT YOUR COURSE WILL AIM TO ACCOMPLISH
III. PREPARING A NEW COURSE
IV. IN THE CLASSROOM: OVERARCHING PRECEPTS
V. IN THE CLASSROOM: THE FIRST DAY
VI. IN THE CLASSROOM: DAY-TO-DAY TEACHING TECHNIQUES
VII. USING TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT YOUR TEACHING
VIII. CONDUCTING THE COURSE REVIEW SESSION
IX. THE SENSITIVE INTERVAL BETWEEN THE FINAL CLASS AND THE DAY OF THE EXAM
X. CREATING THE EXAM
XI. GRADING THE EXAM
XII. REVIEWING THE EXAM
XIII. CONCLUSION