What the best law teachers do introduces readers to twenty six professors from law schools across the united states these instructors are renowned for their exacting standards they set expectations high while also making course requirements and their belief that their students can meet them clear from the outset. The first study of its kind what the best law teachers do identifies the methods strategies and personal traits of professors whose students achieve exceptional learning this pioneering book will be of interest to any instructor seeking concrete proven techniques for helping students succeed. What the best law teachers do out this month from harvard university press is based on a national qualitative study of 26 law professors nominated as the best by their peers and students although they vary in style and specialty the professors share a common set of characteristics. At a time of intense challenges for law schools this book provides thoughtful thorough and insightful guidance on what all law professors can do to navigate the craft of law teaching in the 21st century. The authors present several interesting ideas relevant to teaching and learning law ideas that should flourish at a time when law schools are seeking ways to reinvent themselves the intended reach of this book primarily teachers of law is narrow but teachers of all subjects stand to benefit
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