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Reference no. 380-043-6
Authors: A Schrieber (University of Washington)
Published in: 1980
Length: 8 pages
Data source: Published sources
Topics: Case method; Notes

Abstract

The desired result of the case method is to help the participant develop the ability to effectively reason when dealing with specific problems. Appropriate use of theory, the rapid acquisition of factual material, and procedural skills are also important goals. The heart of the case method, however, is the use of specific situations to discover and fix in one’s mind ways of thinking, ways of feeling, and ways of doing that are productive.
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Abstract

The desired result of the case method is to help the participant develop the ability to effectively reason when dealing with specific problems. Appropriate use of theory, the rapid acquisition of factual material, and procedural skills are also important goals. The heart of the case method, however, is the use of specific situations to discover and fix in one’s mind ways of thinking, ways of feeling, and ways of doing that are productive.

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Other setting(s):
1980

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