Sixth Session: Simulations
Dr. Ali Akbar Siapoush, & Zahra Azhar
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.
Learn to manage a session, expressing facts and possible rights.
Use moot court in legal education
Simulation methods and clinical training is one of the methods of law education.
Simulation is an opportunity to apply what has been learned in a practical situation that is linked to reality without paying much.
Simulation is a constructive and essential method for improvement and updating learning.
Using simulation for teaching as a practical and useful method.
Learn how to talk with country’s official and also learn key points in negotiations.
Use of brainstorm method for collective decisions like making a decision about health right that can be helpful.
Familiar with background and categories of active teaching methods; means simulation methods in teaching clinical law education.
Attention to simulation method in teaching law for categories of legal issues and finding solutions.
Proper use of simulation in deprived areas of Iran like south of Khorasan and Sistan and Balouchestan.
Interact in drafting a plan by a Ministry to making decision and presentation to the cabinet
Simulation is a useful method for teaching legal education.
The main purpose of all simulation should be training.
Learning and teaching with simulation methods, it was one of the best session.
Teaching with simulation method evaluates both sides that improve teamwork.
Simulation method is an effective example of problem-based learning.
Simulation is one of the best ways to understand legal concepts.
We can increase legal motivations by using simulation or moot court.
Preliminary negotiations or justification for passing a law or defense in court.
Facing the real situation in simulation helps to improve students, skills and self-confidence and also provides conditions for creating new ideas.
The principle of proportionality