What Not To Do When Teaching Cases
Published Date: 2001
Author: Clyde Freeman Herreid, PhD
Source: Journal of College Science Teaching, Vol 30, No 5, (pp.292-294).
What Not To Do When Teaching Cases Online
This online reprint provides over a dozen practical don'ts for teachers planning to use case discussion as a teaching method. Examples include: Don't start a discussion with a closed-ended question; Don't deal with controversial emotional material until you have analyzed the facts and Don't expect to have a great discussion until the students know one another.
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