Developing Student Self-reflection Skills through Interviewing and Negotiation Exercises in Legal Education
The philosophy of education at Flinders Law School emphasises the acquisition of foundation legal skills, including interpersonal communication such as interviewing and negotiation, in a program which is designed to foster independent learning. As part of this commitment, Flinders has initiated and maintained a project to incorporate self-reflection as an explicit goal of teaching. Developing a capacity for informed reflection on their own work will directly enhance students’ learning and enable them to monitor and improve their performance after graduating and entering the work- force.
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Mack, Kathy; Mullins, Gerry; Sidford, Jan; and Bamford, David
"Developing Student Self-reflection Skills through Interviewing and Negotiation Exercises in Legal Education,"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 13
, Article 5.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol13/iss2/5
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