Tuesday, August 9, 2011
For those of you who missed the Practically Grounded conference this Spring, or for those of you who just want a refresher, the on-line companion is now available from the Pace Environmental Law Review. The following articles are available:
Teaching Intrapersonal Intelligence as a Lawyering Skill: Introducing Values Systems into the Environmental Law Syllabus
Now We're Cooking!: Adding Practical Application to the Recipe for Teaching Sustainability
Academic Research and Writing as Best Practices in a "Practically Grounded" Land Use Course
Matthew J. Festa
Teaching from the Dirt: Best Practices and Land Use Law Pedagogy
Keith H. Hirokawa
Distributed Graduate Seminars: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Studying Land Conservation
Jessica Owley and Adena R. Rissman
They Do Teach That in Law School: Incorporating Best Practices into Land Use Law
Patricia E. Salkin
Alternative Learning Formats in a Land Use Seminar
Learning in Context: Land Use and Community Lawyering
Values as Part of the Clinical Experience
Jamie Baker Roskie
For a full list of the conference sessions and presenters, the brochure is still available on-line here.
Jamie Baker Roskie
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