Paul L. Caron

Friday, July 3, 2020

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

Article of the Week:  

Jaime Lee (Balt.), From Socrates to Selfies: Legal Education and the Metacognitive Revolution.  "Metacognitive thinking, a methodology for mastering intellectually challenging material, is revolutionizing legal education. Metacognition empowers people to increase their mental capabilities by discovering and correcting flaws in their thinking processes. For decades, legal educators have employed metacognitive strategies in specialized areas of the curriculum. Today, metacognition has the potential to transform legal education curriculum-wide."

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