E-TOT Course, Seventh Session

Seventh Session: Experiences Intensive

Professors Richard Roe (GTU), Catherine Klein (CUA), & Charisma Howell (GTU)

In the following sentences the participants in this session expressed what they have learned in this lesson:

To have a dynamic and growing society, opposing views must be allowed to be presented and discussed.

Experience the efficient method of simulating and listening to different arguments;

Use of Moot court in Street Law programs;

Learning the technique of logical reasoning and not abusing the right;

Practicing and recognizing the abuse of the right to freedom of expression;

Familiarity with the importance and how to design a roadmap to get answers to questions;

Learning the ability to argue for and against a person, in a single case;

The use of clips and symbols is an effective way to a successful teaching and learning process.

Learn correct analysis with careful thinking and supervision;

Using audio and video files is a great way to understand the subject. I have used this tool before. I am glad to have seen this method in this E-TOT course as well.

The efficiency of debate and simulation methods in education;

Using reasoning and listening to different perspectives causes people to participate in problem-solving and use different perspectives.

Understand the importance of participating in a group based on knowing and hearing the opinions of others;

In Street Law programs, the critical issue is participation in group discussion; Not necessarily correct or wrong opinions.

In this session, I learned how to look at an issue from different angles by being in a quasi-real situation. I also became familiar with the working method of law education.

To truly and effectively understand abstract concepts, it is necessary to engage learners in questions and topics in a quasi-realistic environment.

Educational clips and paying attention to different arguments in the educational process are of fundamental importance.

Familiarity with the method of legal education through mediation was a very new experience.

To have better access to universal freedom, equal rights, and peace, everyone must have the opportunity to comment and discuss problems.

The need to create a shared understanding for all class members;

Grouping and assigning different maps to students and encouraging them to make additional arguments further activates the students’ minds.

The importance of Street Law programs and the impact of how a scene is presented and the event’s analysis in decision making;

As a facilitator, it should be possible to create a space where learners can place themselves in their roles in simulation exercises.


Logical reasoning
Group training
Freedom of expression
Peaceful protest
Interactive training
Obstacles to human rights
Visual learning
Conflict of rights
Public education