Making multi-disciplinary teaching work: A reflective analysis on teaching legal content to multi-disciplinary learners

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Abstract

Extract:
What is the context of this research?
Bond University requires all students enrolled in a Bachelor degree program to complete
four core subjects, chosen from across various different faculties. One of these core
subjects, titled ‘Contemporary Issues in Law and Society’ (CILS), is housed in the Faculty
of Law. In addition to being a university core subject, CILS is also available to law students
as an elective. A significant number of students enrolled in CILS are in the embryonic
stages of their tertiary education, and the course also hosts several secondary school
students.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScholarship of teaching and learning @ Bond
Subtitle of host publicationFostering early career research
EditorsK Wood, D Knight, S Kinash
Place of PublicationRobina
PublisherOffice of Learning and Teaching, Bond University
Pages99-111
Number of pages12
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Ireland-Piper, D. (2011). Making multi-disciplinary teaching work: A reflective analysis on teaching legal content to multi-disciplinary learners. In K. Wood, D. Knight, & S. Kinash (Eds.), Scholarship of teaching and learning @ Bond: Fostering early career research (Vol. 1, pp. 99-111). Robina: Office of Learning and Teaching, Bond University.
Ireland-Piper, Danielle. / Making multi-disciplinary teaching work : A reflective analysis on teaching legal content to multi-disciplinary learners. Scholarship of teaching and learning @ Bond: Fostering early career research. editor / K Wood ; D Knight ; S Kinash. Vol. 1 Robina : Office of Learning and Teaching, Bond University, 2011. pp. 99-111
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Ireland-Piper, D 2011, Making multi-disciplinary teaching work: A reflective analysis on teaching legal content to multi-disciplinary learners. in K Wood, D Knight & S Kinash (eds), Scholarship of teaching and learning @ Bond: Fostering early career research. vol. 1, Office of Learning and Teaching, Bond University, Robina, pp. 99-111.

Making multi-disciplinary teaching work : A reflective analysis on teaching legal content to multi-disciplinary learners. / Ireland-Piper, Danielle.

Scholarship of teaching and learning @ Bond: Fostering early career research. ed. / K Wood; D Knight; S Kinash. Vol. 1 Robina : Office of Learning and Teaching, Bond University, 2011. p. 99-111.

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Ireland-Piper D. Making multi-disciplinary teaching work: A reflective analysis on teaching legal content to multi-disciplinary learners. In Wood K, Knight D, Kinash S, editors, Scholarship of teaching and learning @ Bond: Fostering early career research. Vol. 1. Robina: Office of Learning and Teaching, Bond University. 2011. p. 99-111