Teacher training

The transformation of the legal world, brought about by globalization, social changes and technology, requires professionals with new skills to tackle complex problems in different areas of Law. The development of these skills necessarily changes legal education. FGV Sao Paulo Law School is aware of its role as a catalyst for changes in Law teaching through the use of participatory methods, and shares the knowledge accumulated in reflections and research with society by fostering various initiatives for teacher training.

Curso de formação docente

 Teacher training initiatives

Teacher Training Course for Law Professors

Created by FGV Sao Paulo Law School and available online through FGV Executive Education platform, the Teacher Training Course for Law Teachers is intended for professors who wish to enhance their teaching activities through different perspectives of science and law. The course addresses topics such as subject design, list of subjects in the curriculum grid, and characteristics of different methodological proposals, and shows different methods of participatory teaching, such as case method, Stricto Sensu and Lato Sensu Socratic dialogue, simulation, role playing, and problem-based learning (PBL), in addition to discussing their practical applications.

FGV LAW’s teacher training courses

FGV LAW’s directory includes short-term courses for teacher training in legal education, usually held during school holidays (January and July).

Workshops – Build your own

With the mission of spreading the participatory teaching methodology, FGV Sao Paulo Law School provides customized workshops throughout Brazil. Please contact the school for more information. E-mail cepi.direitosp@fgv.br.

Digital books

FGV Sao Paulo Law School keeps two collections of free access digital books addressing different Law topics, including legal education. In addition, school’s professors and researchers frequently publish papers on Law teaching in partnership with different publishing companies.

Biblioteca da FGV Direito SP