Okay, this one is not anything that is going to teach you legal knowledge. But! It is one of my 1L side-of-the-notebook sketches that I then superimposed on my *actual* law school classroom. Reimagining all my civ pro classmates as cats hard at work in the trudge of a law class. In honor of all the upcoming 1L classes that … Read More
I attended a Stanford d.school workshop, sponsored by GameDesk, on creating new kinds of games. First we learned how young people today learn, absorb information, and use games to do so. Then we workshopped and brainstormed what kinds of new games we could create to teach young people complex information, like law and civics.
Our Law Dojo team has been hard at work creating a totally new version of the app, that’s easier to use, with cleaner design and more features. Here are some of the new designs for you to check out — and download a first new release of this updated app on Android! What do you think about our new colors, … Read More
I have been playing around with Learned Hand pictures — eyebrows, growls, and more eyebrows — and would love to see the Internet take on a Learned Hand meme. [space] Anyone else want to try? Generate one here! I will post others’ submissions on this thread. Ones that make me laugh will win free apps!
Steve Sheng & others at Carnegie Mellon published a paper back in 2007 describing their work to design an educational game, Anti-Phishing Phil. It sums up some basic principles of how to put together a game that will teach its players some values, principles, and content. Reflection principle. Reflection is the process by which learners are made to stop and … Read More
I have finally gotten around to making lots of little Interface changes to my basic Law Dojo app. I spent the past two weeks showing the app to anyone who would let me — and I heard back a few pieces of user wisdom: – de-complicate the instructions, users will have game instincts, and don’t need a lot of instructions … Read More