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