Skills and Learning Outcomes

 

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Submissions from 2019

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Normalizing Struggle, Catherine Martin Christopher

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Measuring Actual Learning Versus Feeling of Learning in Response to Being Actively Engaged in the Classroom, Louis Deslauriers, Logan S. McCarty, Kelly Miller, Kristina Callaghan, and Greg Kestin

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Note-Taking Mode and Academic Performance in Two Law School Courses, Colleen P. Murphy, Christopher J. Ryan Jr., and Yajni Warnapala

Submissions from 2018

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The Jury Is In: Law Schools Foster Students' Fixed Mindsets, Susan Shapcott, Sarah Davis, and Lane Hanson

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Law School Assessment in the Context of Accreditation: Critical Questions, What We Know and Don't Know, and What We Should Do Next, Judith Welch Wegner

Submissions from 2017

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Smarter Law Study Habits: An Empirical Analysis of Law Learning Strategies and Relationship with Law GPA, Jennifer M. Cooper and Regan A. R. Gurung

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Helicopter Professors, Emily Grant

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Getting Up to Speed: Understanding the Connection between Learning Outcomes and Assessments in a Doctrinal Course, Joni Larson

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Bridging the Reading Gap in the Law School Classroom, Patricia Grande Montana

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The Impact of Individualized Feedback on Law Student Performance, Daniel Schwarcz and Dion Farganis

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Spaced Repetition: A Method for Learning More Law in Less Time, Gabriel H. Teninbaum

Submissions from 2016

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Charting the Course: An Empirically Based Theory of the Development of Critical Thinking in Law Students, Brett A. Brosseit

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Smarter Law Learning: Using Cognitive Science to Maximize Law Learning, Jennifer M. Cooper

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What Predicts Law Student Success? A Longitudinal Study Correlating Law Student Applicant Data and Law School Outcomes, Alexia Brunet Marks and Scott A. Moss

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Helping Our Students Reach Their Full Potential: The Insidious Consequences of Ignoring Stereotype Threat, Russell A. McClain

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Work Drive Matters: An Assessment of the Relationship Between Law Students' Work-Related Preferences and Academic Performance, Jeffrey J. Minneti

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The State of Legal Research Education; A Survey of First Year Legal Research Programs or 'Why Johnny and Jane Cannot Research', Caroline L. Osborne

Submissions from 2015

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Progress Testing: Critical Analysis and Suggested Practices, Mark Albanese and Susan M. Case

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Eye of the Beholder: How Perception Management Can Counter Stereotype Threat Among Struggling Law Students, Catherine Martin Christopher

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The Kids Aren't Alright: Rethinking the Law Student Skills Deficit, Rebecca C. Flanagan

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Predicting First-year Law School Performance: The Influences of Race, Gender, and Undergraduate Major, John Fordyce, Lisa K. Jepsen, and Ken McCormick

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Teaching the Digital Caveman: Rethinking the Use of Classroom Technology in Law School, James B. Levy

Submissions from 2014

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Of Old Dogs and New Tricks - Can Law Schools Really Fix Students' Fixed Mindsets?, Sarah J. Adams-Schoen

Submissions from 2013

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Legal Education at a Crossroads: Innovation, Integration, and Pluralism Required!, Karen L. Tokarz, Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, Peggy Maisel, and Robert Seibel

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Cornerstones, Curb Cuts, and Legal Education Reform, Judith Welch Wegner

Submissions from 2012

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Admission to Law School: New Measures, Marjorie M. Shultz and Sheldon Zedeck

Submissions from 2011

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The Critical Role of Retrieval Practice in Long-Term Retention, Henry L. Roediger III and Andrew C. Butler

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Why Don’t They Get It? Academic Intelligence and the Under-Prepared Student as ‘Other’, Deborah Zalesne and David Nadvorney

Submissions from 2010

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Learning by Doing: An Experience with Outcomes Assessment, Mary A. Crossley and Lu-in Wang

Submissions from 2008

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Measuring Outcomes: Post-Graduation Measures of Success in the U.S. News & World Report Law School Rankings, Andrew P. Morriss and William D. Henderson

Submissions from 2004

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Describing the Ball: Improve Teaching by Using Rubrics—Explicit Grading Criteria, Sophie M. Sparrow

Submissions from 2003

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Employing Active-Learning Techniques and Metacognition in Law School: Shifting Energy from Professor to Student, Robin A. Boyle

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Teaching Law Students to Be Self-Regulated Learners, Michael Hunter Schwartz

Submissions from 2002

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Contending With Group Image: The Psychology of Stereotype and Social Identity Threat, Claude M. Steele, Steven J. Spencer, and Joshua A. Aronson