volume 52, issue 4, P467-477 2018
DOI: 10.1080/03069400.2018.1530337
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Doug Morrison

Abstract: This paper explores the use of assessment methods in law modules which explicitly value and encourage creativity and innovation. It does so in the context of the SQE and argues that the type of learning and teaching likely to be promoted by this 'super exam' is the exact opposite of the deep learning and critical thinking that Higher Education should foster. The paper draws on some of the recommendation of LETR and a service review evaluating the introduction of poster presentations as a replacement for an MCQ…

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