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Module 1 Australian Legal Education Discourses

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What is the purpose of legal education? Our preferred answer to this question will depend upon our preferred legal education ideology or discourse. In this Module we examine six such discourses: doctrinalism, vocationalism, liberalism, corporatism, educationalism, and radicalism.

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Module 2 The Regulation of Legal Education

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Many law teachers are relatively unaware of the regulatory regime that applies to university teaching generally and the teaching of law in particular. In this Module we consider the regulation of Australian higher education, the regulation of Australian legal education (including the Priestley 11 and the TLOs), and some recent developments.

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Module 3 Diversity and Disruption

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In this Module we consider some recent trends in higher education, legal education and legal practice, and the extent to which each of these sectors is being ‘disrupted’ by internationalisation, changing markets, legal reform, new technologies and new models. 

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Module 4 The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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In this Module 4 we examine some of the key themes in the scholarship of learning and teaching, including many of the educational theories and models that inform best practice curriculum design, teaching and assessment. These theories and models also comprise the vocabulary of those who engage with, and engage in the production of, legal education scholarship.

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Module 5 Introduction to Curriculum Design

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In this Module, we consider each of the three stages in designing and developing a new curriculum: drafting learning outcomes, designing assessment tasks, and developing learning activities. We begin with the notion that ties these three stages together, that of 'constructive alignment'.

Duration: Ongoing

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Module 6 A Philosophy of (Law) Teaching

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In this Module, we examine a variety of common teaching philosophies before considering the process of carefully and thoughtfully articulating our own individual and unique teaching philosophy. We begin by considering the importance of reflective practice generally.

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