I’m giving a talk today on teaching with clickers at the Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law in Knoxville, Tennessee. I realized while preparing this talk that in all my posts on clickers here on the blog, I have yet to address the use of clickers in legal education directly! I’ll now rectify that situation…
Here’s my Prezi for today’s talk. You can move through the Prezi by clicking on the forward button, or you can go “off path” and use your mouse to pan and zoom at will.
And here are a few resources on teaching law with clickers that I found useful in preparing the talk:
- Caron, P. L., & Gely, R. (2004). Taking back the law school classroom: Using technology to foster active student learning. Journal of Legal Education, 54.
- Easton, C. (2009). An examination of clicker technology use in legal education. Journal of Information, Law, and Technology, 2009(3).
- Noble, E. (2011). Using clickers in the law school classroom. Presentation given at the University of California-Hastings.
- Park, R. (2010). Reflections on teaching evidence with an audience response system. Brooklyn Law Review, 75(4), 1315-1327.
See also these other resources collected by Eric Noble at UC-Hastings.Image: “Lady Justice,” by me, Flickr (CC)