More than anyone, professors understand that their students want to pass their exams, get credit, be one step closer to graduating, and even closer to passing the bar.
However, you know they need more.
TMSL students have access to thriving experiental learning resources. However, we know that they need to experience it in the classroom environment too. The average student meets their experiental learning requirement starting in their 3rd year. Furthermore, out of class experiential learning opportnities are not always accessible to every student at the same level.
Experiental learning, or learning that supports students in applying their knowledge and understanding to real-world LAW situations, can easily be incorporated into yoru classroom. You probably already direct and facilitate the learning process, incorporating students into a variety of interactive learning situations. This is why your class is the best space for your student to GROW as a professional.
Treating your class like a "Think-Tank" or " Extended Workshop", opens the student up to an opportunity to interface with law on a deeper, more meaningful level. Becoming a better technical writer, critical thinker, and effective presenter gives them confidence and much needed hands-on practice.
FIND A CONNECTION
Your class is a part of a student's professional plan: classroom based experiental learning