Teaching Time Savvy Law Students

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As law students find themselves time poor, increasingly theyare reacting by becoming time savvy. They make rationaldecisions about how they will spend their time and arespending more time in paid employment. As law teachers, itis critical that we be aware of changing patterns of studentengagement and that our teaching approach influencesstudent engagement in their studies. There are two areaswhere we can make the most impact in changing studentengagement: changes to face to face teaching and the use ofappropriate assessment.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)64-80
JournalJames Cook University Law Review
Publication statusPublished - 2007


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