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International Law and Relations


 with Meagan MacGregor

short description:
Ever wanted to know why countries do what they do? Find out here!
long description:
This course will cover international relations and law with an emphasis on
immigration, citizenship, and deportation. It will also include some "good to
knows" when traveling abroad or just for your Jeopardy knowledge. With this
course you will gain a better understanding of international governing bodies
and international law.
level of difficulty:
all welcome
minimum class size:
I'm available anytime by e-mail, or 10am-7pm by
fee comments:
200 covers the entire course plus a written
recommendation if requested.
 session structure





International Law and Relations

live session

Ever wanted to know why countries do what they do? Find out here!

2h 0m

total duration: 2h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: 2 hours per week for 6 weeks

discussion forums: 1

languages: English
duration: 2h 0m
fee: 200US$  (2000lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: self-paced

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United States

Meagan MacGregor

description of :
I take an enthusiastic approach. I like to get to know
how my students learn so that I can teach them most
effectively. I like to give students the chance to use
personal experience to help then learn and relate to
course material.
Teacher's qualifications:
In addition to tutoring for 3 years, I have a bachelors
degree is Criminal Justice, and am currently pursuing
my masters in behavior analysis. I hold certificates in
Alcohol Abuse, Drug Abuse, Heroin Addiction,
Toxicology, Axis I and II Disorders, and Child Welfare.
Aside from that I have taught career skills to ex-
convicts for 6 months.
's preferred teaching style:
My teaching style is to teach a concept and then ask
students to show their understanding by applying their
knowledge to a real-life scenario. While I believe in
reading the text, I feel written assignments really show
whether or not students 'get' the lesson. I do not rely
heavily on tests, but do use them to gauge where the
class is as a whole.

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