Those who understand, teach - Notts Law School's Rebecca Huxley-Binns on her classroom secrets
Have you heard the phrase ‘you can't enter the same river twice'? That is how I regard teaching; every class, every law student, every teaching experience and every learning experience is different. That is what makes the classroom such a dynamic and exciting place. Law students tend to be intelligent, hard working and eager to challenge the status quo. Tutorials can be hard to manage when students become passionate about what is seen as a miscarriage of justice, but that is to be encouraged because an animated student has the potential to become an autonomous and independent student. Many students choose to read law because they want to change the world, or at least make a difference in people's lives. But rules have to be mastered in order to be challenged and sometimes learning those rules can be boring. Sorry, but that's the truth. It's hard, hard work. To get the most of your legal studies, here's my advice.
Nottingham Law School’s Rebecca Huxley-Binns shares her secrets from the classroom
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