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July 08, 2008


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"[A]ctive learning can generally be done as well in a class of 100 as a class of 5."

Since when? My big classes in law school were filled with people who were tuned out or even actively doing something else; a guy a couple seats down from me in Fed. Income Tax used to read the Sporting News. In the same class, the Professor didn't call on me for 2/3d of the semester because he could not remember my name; he kept looking at me and it was obvious he wanted to call me, but he'd always end up calling someone else (he eventually got out of the classroom before I did one day and stopped me in the hall to ask me my name - you can be dang sure I was super-prepped for the next class).

Things like this never happened in classes of 20 or less.

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