“During this unprecedented time when teachers must adjust to providing digital resources and connections for their students, Classroom Law Project is committed to providing and curating links to sites, lessons, ideas, and resources that might help you teach remotely. We will update this page as we continue to find resources….” [Link to CLP Civics Resources page.]
Teach civics, evidence, or whatever rocks your boat, to students at:
PUGS (Portland Underground Graduate School: “dedicated to Lifelong Learning for Thinkers, Dreamers and Doers in Portland”)
Do you like to teach intellectually curious people?
It’s definitely the Year of King Lear, with ghostly sightings, new theatre productions, creative interpretations, and now:
Maybe you can read the article along with book “Someday All This Will Be Yours: A History of Inheritance and Old Age,” by Hendrik Hartog
Are you an “English as a Second (or 3rd or 4th) Language” law student or lawyer?
Are you thinking about going abroad to teach U.S. law or legal research to foreign students or lawyers?
There are books for non-English speakers learning the Language of American and (UK) English Law. Some might even be e-books.