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Friday, October 23, 2009

Teacher's Manuals

Teaching As a group project in my Labor Law course this semester, my students are drafting a teacher's manual for the casebook (lest you think I'm expropriating their labor, they organized a union and bargained for this as a term and condition of employment).  As a side benefit, they've come up with all kinds of creative ways to approach the cases that I never would have thought of.

I'd like to give them a model case discussion from a teacher's manual so they can pattern their case discussions accordingly.  I'm having a difficult time, however, coming up with a good one.  An ideal example would be of a labor law case or a prominent case from the first-year curriculum -- something they'll all recognize.  Any suggestions? If so, please email me a pdf or Word copy.  I'd much appreciate it.

(Cross-posted on Workplace Prof Blog.)

Rick Bales

Posted by Workplace Prof on October 23, 2009 at 10:22 AM | Permalink


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