I have a flexible approach and methodology to teaching depending on the particular requirements of the pupil. However, regardless of methodology, my objective is to provide the pupil with the tools necessary to become highly successful students and highly effective junior lawyers.
I use various teaching strategies such as demonstrations, collaborations, as well as explanations and have a strong belief in student's action learning by teaching (Teach- back). My lessons involve a student-centred approach which includes critical and descriptive discussions of case studies.
When explaining concepts I always provide examples. I believe that it is a lot easier to understand a theoretical concept when it is applied to an everyday life example. An example, be it sensory or abstract, reinforces learning by identifying key attributes associated with the concept.
My teaching methodology follows the units of the current VCE study design.
My teaching method is adapted to each student. I generally encourage a student to "talk an issue out" in conversation so that they fully understand it, before advising them how to best put that in writing afterwards. I structure my lessons based upon the lectures and materials provided by the university in that subject, as submitted to me by the student.
Giving lecture, developing critical thinking, encouraging legal research for practical and theoretical reasoning to produce legal professionals and legal researchers.
Discussion, Doing Research, Critical Reasoning, Lecturing
I love to teach with news and discussion based class
My teaching method will be based on rigorous case analysis and theoretical development. The focus will be given on legal writing skills and developing the analytical ability of students of law. I will also make sure to provide successful tips internships and jobs.
I have a deep passion for making real differences in the lives of my students and their learning journey through laser-focused instruction, my watchful eye and customised expertise to benefit students directly and witness their sparks of comprehension; equipping them with critical study skills to become independent lovers of learning.
I approach teaching as each subject requires with the department of education or university criteria. This effectively means gaining an understanding what the student has knowledge in and assisting the student in reaching the required goals according to the legal requirements of the institution to complete the subject.
I believe in learning by doing and creating real life practical scenarios to understand the theoretical underpinning of the law. I provide students with reference materials that will assist them in their learning and be easily applicable to their tasks at hand.
I like to keep my teaching engaging and not just a lecture, I encourage student participation by asking simple questions. Sharing some real life instances which are early relatable by student. I keep things on presentation slides so that it become easy for students to read and understand better. I also like to show videos about the applications of legal framework by the industry personnel.
My teaching method is patient and supportive. I am a good listener and have tutored mostly university students, particularly in Law, but also Sociology. I guide students with their essays and assignments, and can edit and proofread their work upon completion.
My teaching methods are based on practical and legal theory which the main focus will be on the application of the law and using helpful syllogisms that will properly teach you how to use the law to come to a sensible conclusion.
My teaching methodology is very straight forward. I like to teach the basic core principles of each concept and allow the individual to form an opinion in light of given material. I like to teach my students critical thinking instead of spoon feeding them information.
Hello, My name is Jocelyn, I did almost all my schooling in Montpellier, I have a master 2 in public business law. So this year, I prepare the avocado competition in Paris at the Sorbonne. During my years in Montpellier, I gave private lessons to many students. Now that I'm in Paris and I do not know anyone, I thought why not this site that will allow me perhaps to have students. See you, Jocelyn.
Dear Students, - As an Attorney at Law as well as a Lecturer, I can help you grasp in-depth knowledge of French law. - For those of you who are interested in studying Law in Paris,Lyon, Lille, Strasbourg or taking the French Bar, I am willing to help you succeed in such achievements. - The class may be taught in English.
- My teachings are designed to maximize the success of my students in competitions and examinations (L1, L2, L3, M1, CRPFA). - Preceded by methodological and theoretical background, they focus on practical exercises related legal news. - Taught: private law, contract law, civil law, property law, business law.
I prefer to study everything in conjunction,I prefer to use different authorities when studying and teaching and I prefer theory followed by practice
Lecturer in private since 2014. Lecturer at the Massaua Institute since 2016. Collaborator at Google Inc. Computer programmer. Web designer.
Depending on the subject, what I usually do is first, develop the state of the art in relation to the theme we are playing and land it in the Colombian case if it is relevant.
I was fortunate to have Lecturers of the elevation of the President of the Criminal Chambers, Avv. Prof. G. Frigo, Member of the Court of Cassation. He debuted in his first lesson in University saying: "Guys, I will teach you the keys to reading the law!". A great jurist is not the one who has memory ...
My teaching method is customized to the demands of the respective student, considering the purpose and purpose of the study. The classes can be via video call, skype, Whatsapp, Youtube, etc., accompanied by written material and bibliographical references more indicated in the Bank of the main competitions in the Country.
My teaching techniques change based on the subject I am teaching and the student's learning methods. Understanding, reasoning, memorization of fundamental concepts, the ability to develop a speech consistent with the topic are some of the key points of my teaching. Lessons will be at my home or via Whatsapp or Skype.
I do not think there is a golden rule in the approach to law, but I think we need to modulate our method according to the needs of the students, their level of education, their showing or not interested in contextualizing the topics studied with the surrounding world.
My class follows a thematic. conversation always with a logical structure and a specific goal to achieve. I offer a practical approach. I prefer clinical methodology and case study instead of excessive theory issues. I offer support readings complemented with multimedia content, if available.
I am a Master in Human Rights from UniRitter. Specialist in Civil Procedural Law by UniRitter and in Constitutional Law by Damásio Educacional. Graduated in Law by UniRitter. I am a lawyer with experience in the civil and migratory area.
We start by analyzing the table of contents. What is the essence of the course? How will YOUR knowledge be evaluated in the end? Do we have previous year's tests? With patience, and fun, we breathe a good blow and we dissect together these courses by examples. This is often what is missing: abstract concepts are described, but we do not remember it the day of the exam because we lack examples.
I am a lawyer, specialized in Public Law. Specialist in Tax Law from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation / Fordham University School of Law NY. Graduating in Public Management from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. Former judge advisor to the TJMG, with experience, also, in a large office.
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