Education Innovation —
Law students take control of learning
CUHK Law supports and encourages its Faculty members to develop new pedagogical methods to help students to become better learners. Several teachers have introduced eLearning components, e.g. on-line blogs, podcasts, flipped classrooms, micro-modules, in their courses to enrich students' learning experience and enhance the teaching and learning quality.
In the video, Professor Steven Gallagher introduces the Faculty’s engagement in eLearning. Professor Lutz-Christian Wolff explains the concept of flipped classrooms and how it is used in his course on International Business Transactions and the related research project and publication; Professor Mimi Zou talks about the production of micro-modules for her course on Elder Law and how it enhances students' learning; and Professor Michael Lower shares his experience of using podcasts to support his teaching of Land Law. ■