Managing a bad law school result

Managing a bad law school result

So you got your marks back? Great!  How did you do? I'm assuming that if you're reading this post, you probably didn't do as well as you had hoped. Um, I'm sorry to hear that. But, before you drafting that email to your law teacher about how much you hate their unit (or them), take …

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Tik Tok: Powerful teaching tool or classroom management nightmare?

TikTok: Powerful Teaching Tool or Classroom Management Nightmare?

Over on Education Week, there is a fascinating article on teachers using Tik Tok as a teaching and assessment tool in classrooms - TikTok: Powerful Teaching Tool or Classroom Management Nightmare? - Education Week. You may have seen my TikToks on how to use the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) - the required form for …

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Do you have a tiny teaching story?

Do you have a tiny teaching story?

Education Week has launched a project it calls Tiny Teaching Stories. It's an anthology of short (tiny) stories by teachers about their classroom experiences. It's a powerful example of how to build a teaching community. And it's also a deeply moving reminder of those little moments that can change a teacher and a student. As law …

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Law school 'imposters' need allies not accomplices

Law school ‘impostors’ need allies not accomplices

Do a quick search of 'impostor syndrome'. What did you find? What about 'impostor syndrome in law school'? That produces some worrying results. There is a mountain of advice about how self-professed 'impostors' - law students, lawyers and academics - can heal themselves. A lot of it is good advice about talking to other people. …

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