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Presentation for the 2011 National Law Student Forum in Birmingham

Presentation for the 2011 National Law Student Forum in Birmingham

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  • Also included some BA Legal Studies students and open to a wide range of students potentially
  • Also included some BA Legal Studies students and open to a wide range of students potentially
  • Also included some BA Legal Studies students and open to a wide range of students potentially
  • Also included some BA Legal Studies students and open to a wide range of students potentially
  • Also included some BA Legal Studies students and open to a wide range of students potentially
  • Also included some BA Legal Studies students and open to a wide range of students potentially

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  • 1. Simulated Learning Michael Bromby Glasgow Caledonian University
  • 2.  
  • 3. Learning by Doing
  • 4. Doing?! What?! Case outlines Flashcards Processes Highlighter pen! Recording lectures Watching videos Group work Oral exams Talk! Short blocks Role play Field Trips Cant sit still!
  • 5. Technology Driven
  • 6. Second Life
  • 7. Eyewitness Identifications
    • Modelled decision making by experts
      • Legal rules and directions (R v Turnbull)
      • Published research in psychology
    • Introduced discretionary ‘fuzzy rules’
      • Common practice
      • ‘ If’s and ‘but’s
      • Attempt to reduce shades of ‘grey’
  • 8. ADVOKATE
  • 9. ADVOKATE
    • Series of questions using html browser
    • Not case or scenario specific
      • Generic tool for most jurisdictions
        • England & Wales (R v Turnbull)
        • Scotland (HMA v McAvoy)
        • Ireland (People v Casey)
        • Canada (CRIMJI model instruction)
        • Australia (uniform Evidence Acts)
        • New Zealand (Evidence Act)
        • South Africa (S v Webber)
  • 10. ADVOKATE
  • 11. ADVOKATE
  • 12. Summary of ADVOKATE
    • Designed as an investigative aid
      • Police officers
      • Public prosecutors
      • Defence agents
    • Can be a research/educational tool (simulator)
      • Law students
      • Law profession
        • Pre-trial (lawyers)
        • Mid-trial (judiciary)
  • 13. Simulating Professional Practice
    • SIMPLE – Strathclyde University platform
      • Player roles
        • Student groups
      • Non-player roles
        • Experts
        • Court staff
      • Blueprint for interactions
        • Standard responses
        • Templates for ease of use
  • 14. Hiring an Expert
    • Collaboration with University of Dundee
      • Forensic Anthropology students
        • Require experience of ‘being hired’ and registering with an ‘expert body’
      • Law students
        • Require experience of hiring and instructing
      • Staff
        • Can automate responses or assume ‘roles’
  • 15. SIMPLE
  • 16. Low-tech
  • 17. Exercise
    • What have you done?
    • Why do you think you did this?
    • What did (n’t) you learn ?
    • Why was that?
    • What could you do?
    • Why do that ?
    • What might you learn?
    • Why would that work?
  • 18. Why Do it!?