Do as I Say, Not as I Do: Maintaining the Foundation of Strong Individual Professional Development
The Learning Curve (Winter 2014)
3 Pages Posted: 18 Jan 2014
Date Written: 2014
Law school academic support professionals help students transition through the rigors of law school. The work that academic support professionals do can be challenging, diverse, and rewarding. This article discusses some techniques and study skills that academic support professionals utilize when working with students. This article encourages academic support professionals to apply the skills and techniques they teach their students to their professional lives. Doing so will help academic support professionals maintain a strong independent professional development.
Keywords: law school academic support, law school academic success, professional development, learning, self-awareness, self-monitoring, practice, evaluate, legal education, education, legal writing
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