Category Archives: For Faculty

What the Heck is CALI???

Greetings to new and returning law students and faculty!  I know this month is filled with new, exciting (and maybe even scary) changes.  It’s also filled with INFORMATION OVERLOAD.  In case you missed it, hopefully in your orientation materials there … Continue reading

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CALI Lesson Teaching Guides

Faculty members logging into CALI this week will see a new box on the upper left hand side of each lesson page.   (It’s also visible here, on the upper left hand side of this blog post.)   As you can see, … Continue reading

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Instruction Spotlight: The EdTech Primer

One of my goals with the Instruction Spotlight series of posts on CALI Spotlight was to create a list of basic explanations to some of the major educational theories and ideas out there, both to teach myself as well as … Continue reading

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Instruction Spotlight: Flipping the Classroom

Flipping the classroom is a deceptively simple idea.  Instead of students learning via in-class lecture and then working on homework afterwards, the flipped classroom has students prepare for class ahead of time (the literature on the subject most often suggests … Continue reading

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Instruction Spotlight Series

Welcome to the first of a series of blog posts on CALI Spotlight that focuses on pedagogy, instructional theory, educational technology and other related topics. Some background: Prior to coming to CALI last year, I taught semester-long legal research courses … Continue reading

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