Facilitating Independent Inquiry, Critical Thinking and Writing: An Integrated Teaching Methodology applied in Human Rights Education
This paper discusses an integrated teaching methodology used to facilitate independent inquiry, research and writing skills in relation to university students.
||Critical Skills, Research and Writing Skills, Teaching Methodology, Human Rights Education
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 8, pp.107-114.
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Dr Li-ann Thio teaches and researches public international law, human rights law, constitutional and administrative law and has published widely in these fields. She was Chief Editor, Singapore Journal of International and Comparative Law (2000-2003) and is currently on the editorial and advisory board of the Singapore Yearbook of International Law and New Zealand Yearbook of International Law respectively. In 1997, she was Young Asian Scholar at the University of Melbourne Law Faculty. A leading Singapore constitutional scholar, she co-authored Constitutional Law in Malaysia and Singapore (Butterworths, 1997), is the corresponding editor (Singapore) for Blaustein & Flanz's Constitutions of the Countries of the World and the International Journal of Constitutional Law. In 2001-2002, 2002-2003 she was ranked an NUS Excellent Teacher and in 2004, was the Faculty nomination and recipient of the NUS Outstanding Young Researcher award, given in recognition of her scholarship.
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