For “The Socio-Emotional Components to Law School Teaching”
(To be supplemented later)
1. Gerald Amada, Coping With Misconduct in the College Classroom: A
Practical Model (College Admin. Pub. 1999).
2. Thomas Bartlett, Back From the Brink: More Colleges Try to Help Students
Who Struggle With Their Courses Chron. H. Ed. A40 (May 14, 2004)
3. Barbara Glesner-Fines, Fear and Loathing in Law School, 23 Conn. L. Rev.
4. Barbara Glesner-Fines, The Impact of Expectations on Teaching and
Learning, 38 Gonz. L. Rev. 89 (2002-03).
5. Gerald Hess, Heads and Hearts: The Teaching Environment in Law School
52 J. Legal Edu. 75 (2002).
6. Lawrence S. Kreiger, Institutional Denial About the Dark Side of Law
School, and Fresh Empirical Guidance for Constructively Breaking the
Silence, 52 J. Legal Edu. 112 (2002).
7. Richard J. Light, Making the Most of College: Students Speak Their Minds
(Harvard U. Press 2001).
8. Ruth Ann McKinney, Depression and Anxiety in Law Students: Are We
Part of the Problem and Can We be Part of the Solution?, 8 Legal Writing
9. Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson, Pygmalion in the Classroom:
Teacher Expectations and Pupils’ Intellectual Development (1968).
10. Alison Schneider, Insubordination and Intimidation Signal the End of
Decorum in Many Classrooms, __ Chron. H. Ed. (March 27, 1998).
11. Bob F. Steere, Becoming an Effective Classroom Manager – A Resource for
Teachers (State U. of New York 1988).
12. Kent D. Syverud, Taking Students Seriously: A Guide for New Law
Teachers, 42 J. Legal Edu. 247 (1993).