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October 19, 2016


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William Wesley Patton

26 years ago I wrote and article, Opening Students' Eyes: Visual Learning Theory In The Socratic Classroom, 15 Univ. of Alabama Law and Psychology Review 1 (1991). As far as I know it was one of the first articles demonstrating how to transform law school pedagogy using visual learning theory and schema construction. I have noticed that these theories and approaches in teaching law have enabled a percentage of the class to better organize and conceptualize the material. I look forward to reading your fourth installment.

Louis Schulze

Thanks very much for sharing that article. The phrase "but I knew the material" is exactly what I've had in mind.


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