Teach the Children Well: Incorporating Cultural Literacy Into the Law School Learning ExperienceCumberland Law Review (2007)
This article is an examination of what and how we teach in law school. Much attention has been given to the concept of the Socratic Method and whether teaching in this manner "hides the ball" from students. Rather than focusing on whether the ball is hidden, my work shall focus on whether students know what the ball is in the first place.
- legal education,
- cultural literacy,
- socratic method
Citation InformationDebra Moss Curtis. "Teach the Children Well: Incorporating Cultural Literacy Into the Law School Learning Experience" Cumberland Law Review Vol. 37 Iss. 2 (2007) p. 177 - 233
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