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Technical note
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Reference no. 397-029-6
Authors: Kenneth E Roberts (Independent Author)
Published in: 1997

Abstract

This note explores case teaching and examines a number of issues including how the teacher prepares; the role of the student; planning a case session; the interaction of teaching strategy and learning objectives; computers and case studies; and the use of case studies in competence-based education. It contains some suggestions and ideas which may be helpful to teachers who are new to the use of case studies but also raises issues for the more experienced teachers to consider.

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Abstract

This note explores case teaching and examines a number of issues including how the teacher prepares; the role of the student; planning a case session; the interaction of teaching strategy and learning objectives; computers and case studies; and the use of case studies in competence-based education. It contains some suggestions and ideas which may be helpful to teachers who are new to the use of case studies but also raises issues for the more experienced teachers to consider.

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