Rogers, constructivism and jurisprudence: educational critique and the legal curriculum
The focus of this chapter initially is the educational writings of Carl Rogers and the relevance of them to contemporary legal education. Rogers focuses upon the primacy of experience, and can therefore be cited as one sympathetic to many of the aims of Dewey in the US pragmatist tradition. His work is part of the tradition of humanist education, yet his views also sit well beside a number of contemporary educational and cognitive research directions, all of which have relevance for the...[Show more]
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