In today’s video blog, which I envisage as being Part 1 of 4, I’m taking a look at the charges against Mike Duffy relating to the infamous $90000 cheque provided by Nigel Wright. This blog focuses on issues likely to arise when the Crown attempts to prove one of the three charges brought in relation to that cheque, specifically: s. …
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.
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.
This first VBLog (Video Blog) examines the way in which the defence of duress is developing, and how it might work in the terrible scenario of a terrorist attack or mass murder.
This 30 minute video, produced in August 2014, explores my use of on-line clicker technology in the classroom. It explains why I use it, how I use it and what you might not want to do with it!
Here’s my first talk on the Flipped Classroom, from the Future of Law School Conference (Edmonton, 2013) that explains my reasons for moving to this mode of teaching.
In late 2013, I was on a panel with Craig Forcese of the University of Ottawa – another dedicated “flipper”. We talk about the potential and challenges of this teaching method. We co-wrote and published a paper that draws upon the panel discussion.