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    6 Сентября 2013
    IKBFU Law Institute: the IKBFU Development Programme in Action

    The Department of criminal procedure, criminal law and legal informatics of the IKBFU Law Institute hosted a number of important events this summer. Professor Richard Rowe from Georgetown University (USA) - the university that hosted the training or trainers programme for a group of IKBFU faculty - made a return visit to Kaliningrad.

    The Department of criminal procedure, criminal law and legal informatics of the IKBFU Law Institute hosted a number of important events this summer. Professor Richard Rowe from Georgetown University (USA) - the university that hosted the training or trainers programme for a group of IKBFU faculty - made a return visit to Kaliningrad.

    Professor Rowe took part in the academic programme of the IKBFU Law Summer School "Professional communication skills of the lawyer" and offered a short course for the faculty of the IKBFU Law Institute on the main methodological principles of teaching law. During the seminar "Modern technologies of interactive training" Professor Richard Rowe showed the importance of students’ independent work and the development of their ability to think outside the box: “Every student when he or she comes to university has their own picture of the world. The teacher has a much wider picture and he knows what learning outcomes must be achieved. So the task of the teacher is not to give students a ready-made solution, but rather guide them in their cogitation and reflection on the phenomena in question. By solving practical tasks students should learn how to generalize and come to theoretical conclusions.”