Our Top 10 Books on Education: For the Educationally-Curious Bibliophile
Ever have departmental or faculty money to purchase books on education for the staff library? Ever have time to sit back, read about, and consider issues of educational theory and not know where to begin? In this new section of the Review, we list some of the more interesting books which we have found — or stumbled upon. Some of these books have given us useful teaching tips. Some have offered good introductions to educational theory and practice. Others have raised provocative concerns about the nature and direction of education which have caused us to stop in our tracks. In future editions of the Legal Education Review we hope to include reviews of books, reports, and monographs that address issues of interest to law teachers.
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Johnstone, Richard and Le Brun, Marlene
"Our Top 10 Books on Education: For the Educationally-Curious Bibliophile,"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 5
, Article 5.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol5/iss1/5