Teaching international trade law to the Google generation: Perspectives on teaching a diverse audience

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Abstract

International trade law is a specialised subject of law that straddles the realm of
economics, law and policy studies. The discussion in Umair’s essay on teaching
experiences is presented in three scenarios: teaching law students, teaching non-law
students and presenting at conferences. These three scenarios have audiences from a
variety of backgrounds and views. The aim of his essay is to highlight the challenges for
the educator to achieve the equilibrium between delivery of course content, fostering
discussion, challenging pre-conceived notions and generally encouraging students to
look at the ‘other side’.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScholarship of Teaching and Learning at Bond
Subtitle of host publicationFostering Early Career Research
EditorsK Wood, D. Knight, S. Kinash
PublisherOffice of Learning and Teaching, Bond University
Pages193-199
Number of pages7
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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