Revolutionize it! MSU Law dean to apply experiential learning in law schools
Mindanao State University College of Law might just be in the forefront of the law school revolution. Its dean, Atty. Alizedney Ditucalan was exposed on the concept of experiential learning during his brief visit to Georgetown Law.
Experiential learning is the way forward to innovating and reforming legal education in the Philippines. pic.twitter.com/347J6wNAAi
— Alizedney M. Ditucalan (@zedditucalan) October 10, 2018
Ditucalan noted that he has seen the research and case studies on its applicability and effectivity. The abogado seems convinced that the abogado community in the Philippines can take a few pointers on the weight of our Philippine Law School Admission (PHILSAT) carries when it comes to law school admission.
The abogado stated that applying experiential learning will move forward and innovate the state of our law school education. He shared that he all saw it in action in Georgetown clinics including a teacher-student interaction that presented the idea better.
Hands on na tayo dapat!