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Community Forums - Graduate/Professional Educators - July Topic - Teaching with Case Studies

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How do you like to use Case Studies in your classroom? If you don't use Case Studies, what has kept you from doing so?

This thread was posted on July 11, 2014 at 7:52 PM ET by Miranda Byse.
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Re: July Topic - Teaching with Case Studies

I love using Case studies in the classroom but I only use them for review of material once the information has been provided in a classic lecture setting. In my program we only use a classic lecture setting but I find the case studies more engaging and thought provoking. I use it in Physiology and Pathology lectures. I also use them as an assignment tool because not the entire class participates in the case study discussion in class and with an on-line format the not so outgoing personalities have a chance to interact. I don't necessarily attach a grade to them. They are a nice tool as review for exams. In Health Professions becomes critical for transition to a clinical setting.

This was posted on July 15, 2014 at 5:19 PM ET by Maria Lourdes Alarcon Fortepiani.
Re: July Topic - Teaching with Case Studies

Students could learn many things from teachers in their graduate or professional educator program in case studies. The life science forum community is creating this https://ukessaysreviews.com/ukessays-com-review/ opportunity in july to teach them from case study.

This was posted on August 4, 2020 at 7:01 AM ET by Ryder Fitz.