Applying the Facilitator University Model
to Coursework in Higher Education Law
Karen D. Boy
& Wade Livingsto
Colleges, and therefore administrators and educators, are expected to
develop facilitative pedagogy — philosophy, curriculum, and methods of
practice — that increase students’ ability and commitment to make good
decisions. The ideas of Pofessors Robert Bickel and Peter Lake provide
a vehicle for communicating complicated legal concepts
Model establishes a relational framework for organizing an academically
engaging course, teaching administrators the “what, why, and how” of the
law in higher education.
of Higher Education in the Department of Educational
Leadership and Policy Studies at The University of Tennessee.
in the Department of Leadership, Counselor Education, and
Human & Organizational Development at Clemson University.