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Gender Issues in Teaching Methods: Reflections on Shifting the Paradigm
Legal Education Review. Volume 6, Issue 2 (1995), p. 129-152.
  • Mary Jane Mossman, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1995
Keywords
  • Feminism,
  • gender,
  • issues,
  • teaching
Abstract
This paper focuses on gender issues in teaching methods as one part of feminism’s larger project of revisioning legal education to bring women’s experiences “out of the shadows”. To take account of gender issues in teaching methods requires us to focus on gender in our relationships within the academy and within our classrooms, and to understand ourselves and others as “gendered subjects” in relationships of teaching and learning. In this way a focus on gender issues in teaching methods in legal education requires an exploration of why such teaching creates both “possibilities” and “pain”.
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Citation Information
Mossman, Mary Jane. "Gender Issues in Teaching Methods: Reflections on Shifting the Paradigm." Legal Education Review 6.2 (1995): 129-152.