Touro College has launched a Teaching and Learning Exchange Blog that all are welcome to drop in on. Some of the recent posts discuss topics this Best Practices blog has highlighted in the past. For example, recent postings from four law faculty include: Laura Dooley , Hypo Hell: Using Short Form Questions in Class to Engage Students with Important Texts; Jack Graves, Multiple Choice Questions as an Integral Part of an Effective Assessment Regime; Dean Harry Ballan (and Dylan Wiliam), In Defense of Multiple Choice; and Meredith Miller, Day One: You Never Get a Second Chance to Make a First Impression. Other interesting posts from faculty across the College include: Attention, Memory, and Learning: What Do We Know? So What?, “I’m Not an Actor?” and Curiosity Feeds the Cat.
About Andrew Henderson
I am a law school teacher in Canberra and a PhD candidate at the Australian National University, researching the 'hidden' or informal curriculum of law school. I am passionate about developing engaging and authentic educational experiences for law students.View all posts by Andrew Henderson →