Introduction, methodology, and executive summary What is exceptional learning in law school? What personal qualities do they possess? How do they relate to their students? What do they expect from their students? How do they prepare to teach? How do they engage students in and out of the classroom? How do they provide feedback and assess students? What lasting lessons do their students take away? Suggestions for using this book.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Print version: Schwartz, Michael Hunter. What the best law teachers do. Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press,  355 pages