Smart Casual: Problem Solving
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This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. Teaching and assessment in substantive law subjects often involves hypothetical problem solving, which encourages students to develop skills needed upon graduation. This module examines how to use structured approaches to problem solving to assist students to develop their skills. The module covers: teaching structured approaches, using MIRAT (and other structures), legally material facts, and argument and application.
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