A large and sophisticated empirical literature about teaching and learning tells us that effective classrooms are learner-centered, knowledge-centered, assessment centered, and best seen as a community built on active, cooperative learning. Excellent law teachers integrate knowledge, skills and values in their classroom teaching, building in opportunities for assessment during the semester as well as at the end of the course in order to ensure that their students are actually learning what is being taught. Within a framework of basic concepts from learning theory, experienced law teachers and one experienced practitioner will talk about what constitutes effective teaching and mentorship both in the classroom and in the development of new lawyers.
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