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Published on Dec 17, 2015
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This video is a faculty colloquium kit containing a videotape and written materials developed by Paula Lustbader (Seattle University), Laurie Zimet (Hastings) and Gerry Hess (Gonzaga) for the Institute for Law School Teaching in 1997. As a faculty training resource this kit is designed to help legal educators increase their effectiveness in the classroom and improve the learning of their students. The centerpiece of the kit is a videotape of law students discussing their learning experiences. The tape was developed from 16 hours of interviews with students at six law schools:
- Brooklyn School of Law - Hastings College of the Law - Seattle University - University of Iowa - University of New Mexico - University of North Carolina
These schools were selected to provide a cross-section (size, rank, geographic, public/private, demographic) of legal education. A faculty coordinator from each institution selected students who varied in terms of race, gender, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, disability, cultural background, year in school, and class rank. Sixty-seven students participated. The students were asked to identify factors that hindered their learning in law school and factors that enhanced their learning.
Teach to the Whole Class and the accompanying materials were produced in 1997 and copyright by Paula Lustbader, Laurie Zimet, and Gerry Hess. This program was funded by the Institute for Law School Teaching at Gonzaga University School of Law and is uploaded with permission. This work is out of print and may not be reproduced or republished without permission.