Case-Based & Problem-Based Teaching & Learning

Event Description

Case-Based Teaching is an excellent active learning strategy that is particularly effective in helping students develop the ability to apply concepts and ideas to practical experience and vice versa. Please join us in exploring how to best use Case-Based Teaching in your own classrooms. Cases are very effective in both large and small classes. In this workshop, we will "inhabit" a few short case studies and I will provide some practical ways to set up a case discussion so that you can teach a case the next day. Please come prepared to participate.

Event last offered:

April 11, 2006: Case-Based Teaching & Learning, Steve Lamy (12-1pm), WPH B27

Video: Case-Based Teaching, Steve Lamy, April 11, 2006

Case-Based Teaching: Models & Methods
(PowerPoint by Distinguished Faculty Fellow Judy Garner)

Models and Methods of Case-Based Teaching
(PDF by Distinguished Faculty Fellow Judy Garner)

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Bibliographies & Resources

Journal Articles

Problem-Based Teaching & Learning

Problem-Based Learning: Assessment and Criteria

Evaluation of Problem-Based Teaching & Learning

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