Highlights from CTLE Workshop: ‘How to Help Laws Students Think Like Lawyers?’

On 20 March, Prof. Bing SHUI from the Faculty of Law, recipient of UM’s Teaching Excellence Award for the academic year of 2017/2018, gave a presentation entitled ‘How to Help Law Students Think Like Lawyers’ in CTLE Spring Workshop Series.

During his presentation, Prof. Shui discussed that lawyers’ thinking would normally be composed of three aspects: professional knowledge, problem consciousness and common sense of life. He also shared three examples used in classes to help students develop legal thinking.

In addition, he also expressed that classes should be student-centred, and that instructors should bear in mind students’ future careers and therefore should do their best to enhance students’ learning at university. After graduation, these students would hopefully become talents crucial for the development of Macao and our country. [PPT for download]

澳門大學教與學優化中心在3月20日邀請了2017/2018學年卓越教學獎得主、法學院副教授稅兵以“如何培養律師思維”為題進行演講。

講座上,稅兵指出律師思維由專業知識、問題意識和生活常識這三方面結合而成。他又引用三個課上使用的實例,來幫助學生培養法律思考。

此外,他表示老師們要以學生為中心進行教學,並且要對學生未來的職業生涯負責任,使學生在課堂上成長,畢業之後走出社會要成為對澳門社會、國家有貢獻的人才。

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