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Proposed Ryerson JD Program (10mins)

In Legal Educationby Peter Sankoff1 Comment

Ryerson University has put forth a proposal to open its own law school.  The proposal has attracted a lot of commentary, much of it negative, online – mostly on the basis that “we don’t need another law school”.  I disagree – and here’s why. If you enjoyed this post, do me a favour and share!TwitterFacebookLinkedinTumblremail

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Law students and reputation (10mins)

In Law School, Legal Education, Reputation, Student learningby Peter SankoffLeave a Comment

In this video blog, I explore the issue of “reputation” and why law students should pay attention to their own reputation while in law school. I provide some basic tips about the types of things you can do to enhance your reputation from Day 1. If you enjoyed this post, do me a favour and share!TwitterFacebookLinkedinTumblremail

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Legislative Reforms to Help Animals: Overview (7mins)

In Animal Law, Law Reform, Legal Education, Video Blogsby Peter SankoffLeave a Comment

In a video blog I put up earlier this year, I described the experiential learning component that I use in my course on Animals and the Law.  It’s called the “Legislative Reform Proposal”, and it’s designed to give students a chance to see what they can do to “fix” the law governing the way animals are treated.  Sixteen students came …

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Workload in the Flipped Classroom (15mins)

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In this video blog, I explore the connection between workload and efficient use of the flipped classroom. Is it more work for students, and if so, can students still be interested in the process? The answers, as my students told me, are “yes” and “yes”. Learn how! If you enjoyed this post, do me a favour and share!TwitterFacebookLinkedinTumblremail

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Three Tips for Legal Writing – Part I

In Legal Education, Student learning, Writingby Peter SankoffLeave a Comment

In this video blog, my final one of 2015, I’m starting a new series on legal writing tips.  I’ve been marking student papers and dissertations for over 15 years now, and I’ve seen a lot of common trends along the way!  My goal is to put these tips out so that students can get a sense of what it takes …

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Experiential Learning (10mins)

In Experiential Learning, Legal Education, Teacher resourcesby Peter Sankoff2 Comments

In this video blog, I turn my attention to the teaching experience and, in particular, how it is possible to integrate experiential learning into your law seminar.  I also talk about the benefits of doing so, drawing upon my experience teaching animals and the law. If you enjoyed this post, do me a favour and share!TwitterFacebookLinkedinTumblremail

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Enhancing the Flipped Classroom – Part 2 (5mins)

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This is Part 2 of a discussion on how to enhance your use of the Flipped Classroom.  The tips for today concentrate on “Flash Hypotheticals”, and the use of factual variations. If you enjoyed this post, do me a favour and share!TwitterFacebookLinkedinTumblremail

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Enhancing the Flipped Classroom – Part 1 (5mins)

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This short video discusses a few tips on how to enhance your use of the Flipped Classroom. The tips for today concentrate on the use of problem scenarios, and the issue of how to “time” problem solving. If you enjoyed this post, do me a favour and share!TwitterFacebookLinkedinTumblremail

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