Laying down the law on teaching: Ran Hirschl

September 2, 2010

Like a well-ordered society that functions effectively and productively, Ran Hirschl’s classroom is one built on a system of laws and tenets that provide the foundation for his approach to teaching. The ultimate goal of this classroom constitution is to transform students at all levels into true cosmopolitan citizens of the world, and encourage them to think analytically and creatively about the political universe, the forces that drive it and their roles in it.
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