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This accessible How To Guide provides practical guidance on how to successfully include employability into the law school. Innovative ideas are shared on how to establish effective independent employability initiatives and embed employability within the law curriculum itself.

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This How to Guide will provide readers with information and insights which will better equip them to support law students in a higher education setting. Featuring contributions from an array of eminent academics and student support professionals, this book includes personal reflections, example scenarios and practical tips for those seeking to improve support for student wellbeing.

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Centering Democratic Citizenship and Engagement in the Introductory Classroom

Providing practical, concrete teaching strategies alongside relevant methodology and scholarship, this book offers a pedagogical approach for centering students' democratic citizenship and political engagement in American government courses.

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The teacher-scholars featured in this book explain how to spark a students natural curiosity about the world they live in by using experimental design to test basic intuition, generate and answer “what if” questions, and address real world problems that matter deeply to students, researchers, policymakers, political practitioners, and the community at large.

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Issues related to teaching and learning information systems concepts have received keen interest from IS academics since the discipline’s inception over 60 years ago. Bringing together cutting-edge research from over 30 international experts, Teaching Information Systems presents a timely assessment of critical issues associated with the IS curriculum, the learner, and the learning environment.

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By setting out a step-by-step guide on the implementation of a theoretically robust team work-centric approach to education, Group and Team Work explains valuable team work theory and practical dynamics. It details specific approaches educators can take to effectively play different roles, such as that of the facilitator, instructor and coach, thus depicting a varied and detailed picture of team work in higher education.

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Why do we teach EU politics? What should EU politics students learn? What are the practical approaches and techniques to teaching EU politics? In response to these questions, Teaching European Union Politics analyses the interdisciplinary nature of teaching this broad subject and reflects on a wide range of educational approaches. It both advances the pedagogy and practice of teaching EU politics, and provides practical support for those looking to adopt innovative and learner-oriented techniques.

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Engaged Learning and Inclusive Theory

This insightful book guides instructors on how to introduce undergraduate and postgraduate students to the interdisciplinary work of Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS). Mindful that many students come to PACS with a desire to create positive social change, Susan F. Hirsch and Agnieszka Paczyńska highlight engaged learning as a key method to PACS pedagogy and emphasise the need to teach theory with an inclusive and decolonialist approach. The book offers both new and experienced instructors concrete advice regarding structuring assignments, designing classroom-based engaged learning activities and highlighting reflective practice and ethics.

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Principles and Practice

This accessible How To Guide provides practical, expert guidance on how to successfully set up and run a law clinic. Donald Nicolson, JoNel Newman and Richard Grimes explore the process of designing a clinic to address unmet legal needs, enhance student learning, and maximise the additional benefits of a clinic.

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The growing chasm between rich and poor, within societies and between nations, has enormous implications not only for people’s well-being and life chances but for the prospects for democracy throughout the world. From the interpersonal to the societal level, social inequality is the central feature of social life. Helping students appreciate and understand this is the most important task of social science instruction.

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