“Igniting Law Teaching” a TEDx-Styled Conference is being broadcast live today

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So if you couldn’t attend, listen here: http://media.wcl.american.edu/Mediasite/Play/60090ad2894d411fa52d53cb79b7b0771

This is the schedule of speakers:

8:15am: Welcome and Introduction

  • Billie Jo Kaufman, Assoc Dean for Library and Information Services
  • Michele Pistone, Villanova University School of Law, Visiting Professor American University Washington College of Law: “Why Law Schools Need to Change”

8:45am—Flipping the Law School Classroom

  • William Slomanson, Thomas Jefferson School of Law: “Why Flip? & Macro Design”
  • Jennifer Rosa, Michigan State Univ., College of Law: “Legal Writing on Steroids: The Art of Flipping Your Classroom”
  • Debora L. Threedy, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law: “Flipping Contracts: The Making of the Videos”
  • Wes Reber Porter, Golden Gate University School of Law: “A Better Class to Class Process to Accompany Flipping”
  • David Thomson, University of Denver, Sturm College of Law: “Move 1L Online”

9:45am—Using the Classroom for Active Learning

  • Jamie R. Abrams, University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law: “The Socratic Method, Revisited”
  • Jeremiah Ho, University of Mass. School of Law (Dartmouth): “Not Your Father’s Case Method: Bringing Skills into Doctrinal Courses”
  • Victoria Duke, Indiana Tech Law School: “Bringing Exercises in Large Classes”
  • Enrique Guerra-Pujol, Barry University School of Law: “Using Film to Teach Torts”
  • Victoria Szymczak, University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law: “An LLM, an Oral Presentation, and a Video Camera”

11:15am—Applying Learning Theory to LegalEDucation

  • Leah Wortham, The Catholic Univ. of America, Columbus School of Law: “Graduating Them Whole Not Broken”
  • John P. Joergensen, Rutgers University School of Law (Newark): “Scaffolding”
  • Paul D. Callister, University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Law: “The Metacognition Imperative: Beyond Research Training”
  • Warren Binford, Willamette University College of Law: “How to Be the World’s Best Law Professor”
  • Jeffrey B. Ritter, Georgetown University Law Center: “Mapping the Law: Building and Using Visual Mindmaps in Legal Education”

12:15pm—The Craft of Law Teaching

  • Sharon Keller, University of the District of Columbia—David A. Clarke School of Law: “Old Professor Tricks”
  • Kim Hawkins, New York Law School: “What Law Professors Need to Know About Visual Arts”
  • Jill A. Smith, Georgetown University Law Center: “Going Hollywood on your Desktop: Creating Great Screencasts”
  • Doni Gewirtzman, New York Law School: “Teaching and Theater: The Craft of Law Teaching”
  • Leah A. Plunkett, University of New Hampshire School of Law: “An Improviser’s Guide to Law Teaching”

1:15pm Luncheon: Leo Martinez, University of California, Hastings College of Law, President, Association of American Law Schools (AALS)

2:15pm—Simulations, Feedback, & Assessment

  • Shawn Marie Boyne, Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law: “Disaster in the Classroom: Using Simulations to Teach National Security Law”
  • Renee Nicole Allen, Florida A&M University College of Law: “Metacognition and the Value of Reflection in Learning”
  • Michele Gilman, University of Baltimore School of Law: “Why Use Clickers? To Provide Students Real Time Feedback”
  • Sydney Beckman, Lincoln Memorial University, Duncan School of Law: “Using Technology For Engagement and Assessment”
  • Margaret Hahn-Dupont, Northeastern University School of Law: “Learning Through Reflection and Self-Assessment”

3:15pm—Beyond Traditional Law Subjects

  • John M. Bickers, N. Kentucky University: Chase College of Law: “Using a Wok:  How Non-Bar Tested Electives Can Teach Lawyering”
  • Susan L. Brooks, Drexel University School of Law: “The ABCs of Communication for Teaching Relational Lawyering and Resilience”
  • Ryan Dooley & Allison Robbins, CUNY School of Law: “The Law School as a Classroom”
  • Vicenç Feliú, Villanova University School of Law: “Clinics and Librarians Collaborating”
  • Elizabeth Keyes, University of Baltimore School of Law: “Teaching Narrative”
  • James G. Milles, SUNY Buffalo Law School: “Returning the Client to Legal Education”
  • Emmeline Paulette Reeves, University of Richmond School of Law: “Teaching with the End (Bar Passage) in Mind”

5:00pm—Teaching for the 21st Century

  • Dan Jackson, Northeastern University School of Law: “Designing Lawyers: Leading an Experiential Law School Design Lab”
  • Jay Gary Finkelstein, DLA Piper: “Get Real!: Using Experiential Learning and Collaborative Teaching to Train ‘Practice Aware’ Lawyers”
  • Christine P. Bartholomew, SUNY Buffalo Law School: “Finding Time”
  • Jeanne Eicks, Vermont Law School: “Game On! Educational Games for Law Students”
  • Brett Johnson, Harvard Law School: “H2O: Remixing the Casebook”

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