Teaching with Case Studies
Case studies are a signature pedagogy throughout the professions and increasingly across all liberal arts disciplines. When used effectively, they can motivate students to learn deeply through meaningful, complex, and real-world scenarios, elevating anything from analytical thought to ethical reasoning, applied practices to theoretical critique. This workshop will explore how case studies are or can be used in a variety of teaching contexts to advance student learning, and how to efficiently overcome some of the challenges of the case method.
Facilitators: Joe Bandy
Questions? Please contact Joe Bandy at
Event Date: November 5th, 2021
Event Time: 12:00-1:30pm
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