Discovering and then structuring my teaching style around how a person learns is crucial. I found that complex legal topics can often be simplified visually and this helped my immensely. I am a great advocate of 'active learning' and integrate this into all my lessons so the student is not simply wrote learning or remembering answers, but thinking through and understanding topics themselves.
I am patient and hard working and deeply interested in the subject. The law, whilst it seems incredibly complex and overwhelming, can be boiled down to basic principles and build on. Therefore the first thing I would do as a teacher is devise the level the student is at, how 'basic' or 'advanced' their desired level of teaching is and build from there. I have had great success implementing this technique myself.
I have three degrees: English, Law and the postgradute BPTC (barrister course). I have undertaken a range of cases, dozens in the social security Tribunal and some in the Residential Property Tribunal. Because of my extensive experience academically and practically I have learned to think like a lawyer.
I consider this one of the most unique things I can teach - not just how to pass exams, but how to think like a lawyer. The mindset necessary to grapple with and solve a legal problem.
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