June 3-5, 2019
Washburn University School of Law
The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning is proud to have hosted a conference addressing the many ways that law professors and administrators are reaching today’s law students. With the ever-changing and heterogeneous nature of law students, this topic has taken on increased urgency for professors thinking about effective teaching strategies.
The conference theme was intentionally broad and designed to encompass a wide variety of topics – neuroscientific approaches to effective teaching, generational research about current law students, effective use of technology in the classroom, teaching first-generation college students, classroom behavior in the current political climate, academic approaches to less prepared students, fostering qualities such as growth mindset, resilience, and emotional intelligence in students, or techniques for providing effective formative feedback to students.
In addition to presentations by law professors from around the world the Institute provided several plenary sessions throughout the conference to further address relevant topics.
50 Ways Presentation - Developing as a Teacher
Callister - Constructs printouts
Complete Guide to Flipgrid and Video Tutorials
Handout for Noting Teaching Methods
ILTL - Constructed Reality Handout
Kids These Days Learning to Thrive in a Multigenerational Classroom and Workplace
LATs for Today's Law Students Sparrow
Simshaw - Handout - Preparing the Law Students of Today for the Legal Tech of Tomorrow
Sparrow Plenary LAT_Quick_Reference_Guide
Laura Graham - brainwriting exercise
Laura Graham - growth feedback exercise
Flipgrid eBook vol3 - Optimized_Part1
Flipgrid eBook vol3 - Optimized_Part2
Flipgrid eBook vol3 - Optimized_Part3