Over the past five years I have learned a tremendous amount about teaching. I have learned from mentors, from sitting in on other law professors' classes, from attending the George Mason Law and Economics Workshop for Law Professors (where I not only learned more about economics, but had the great privilege of watching some truly superb teaching), from reviewing my student teaching evaluations, and from interviewing students about what worked and what didn't work over the course of the semester. In addition to all of this, I've read extensively.
This page will archive posts and resources that facilitate teaching, learning and enjoyment of the process by everyone.
Active Learning versus Lecture
Grit and How to Grow It: Addressing Declining Student Resilience
Bibliography on Teaching and Learning
Making It Stick
Making It Stick II