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Re-inventing the pyramid: A process for teaching and learning in mediation courses
Law Faculty Publications
  • John Wade, Bond University
Date of this Version
1-1-2000
Document Type
Journal Article
Publication Details
Submitted Version.

Wade, J. (2000). Re-inventing the pyramid: A process for teaching and learning in mediation courses. Family and conciliation courts review, 38(1), 87-105.

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© Copyright Sage Publications. Inc., 2000
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Abstract

This article describes an orthodox teaching and learning process known as the pyramid. It sets out how this basic process can be used in mediation (and other) training courses. The variations, advantages, and disadvantages of this learning procedure are described. Analogies are drawn between the pyramid method and mediation. Finally, mediators are challenged to add this process and its variations to their repertoires both as trainers and as mediators.

Citation Information
John Wade. "Re-inventing the pyramid: A process for teaching and learning in mediation courses" (2000)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_wade/45/