The Didactic Case in Teaching International Law: An Instrument for an Interdisciplinary Learning with International Relations

Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin, Douglas Castro, Arthur Roberto Capella Giannattasio

Abstract


Sob um quadro teórico e empírico, apresenta-se o caso didático como um importante instrumento de ensino do Direito Internacional. Ele aumenta a participação ativa dos estudantes na sala de aula, empodera os alunos no exercício de sua autonomia no processo de aprendizado, auxilia os professores na apresentação dos fundamentos da disciplina e de sua complexidade concreta e facilita a construção da ponte interdisciplinar entre Direito Internacional e Relações Internacionais.

 

According to a theoretical and empirical framework, didactic cases are an important tool to teacho International Law. This instrument increase students’ active participation in the classroom, empowers them to exercise their autonomy in the learning process, helps professors to present the foundations of the discipline and its complexity in the real world and helps to build the interdisciplinary bridge between International Law and International Relations.

 



Keywords


Didactic Case; Interdisciplinary studies; International Law and Relations; Didactic Case; Interdisciplinary studies; Law and International Relations.



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20889/M47e18009

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