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Stone Soup Assessments & Assignments: Bob Dauber’s Negotiation and Evidence Courses

Today’s edition features Bob Dauber’s (Arizona State) assessment of the negotiation course he taught this summer and plans for his evidence course this fall. Evidence Course Bob wrote, “I recently started teaching evidence in the fall semester.  I usually have over 90 students in that class, and I offer them an extra credit assignment:  to … Continue reading Stone Soup Assessments & Assignments: Bob Dauber’s Negotiation and Evidence Courses

Stone Soup Assessments & Assignments: Rafael Gely’s Negotiation Course and Charity Scott’s Negotiation and Mediation Courses

The Stone Soup Project is not only about developing and sharing knowledge about actual dispute resolution practice, but also sharing knowledge about Stone Soup pedagogical techniques. In that spirit, we have asked faculty using Stone Soup assignments and activities to share assessments of their experiences as well as plans for the future. This is the … Continue reading Stone Soup Assessments & Assignments: Rafael Gely’s Negotiation Course and Charity Scott’s Negotiation and Mediation Courses