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Title: Case Method of Teaching


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Case Method of Teaching
  • IBS CRC 2013

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Objectives
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Case Method and Other Teaching Methods
Session 1 Part 1
  • Teaching Methods
  • Case Method

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Session 1 Part 1
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Action Research
Action Research
Experiential Learning Cycle (Kolb, 1984)
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Prerequisites for Case Teaching
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Prerequisites of Case Teaching
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Prerequisites of Case Teaching
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Prerequisites of Case Teaching
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Prerequisites of Case Teaching
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Prerequisites of Case Teaching
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Planning a Case-Dependent Course
Integrating case-dependent courses
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Prerequisites of Case Teaching
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Session 2Part 1
Preparing to teach a case
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The teaching and learning process The 3P Model
Presage Process
Product
(Biggs Moore, 1993)
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Constructive alignment
Biggs (1999)
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Session 2Part 2
  • Preparing to teach a case

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Roles and Responsibilities
Instructor
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Roles and Responsibilities
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Session 3
  • Case Analysis in the Class

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During the class The conclusion
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  • Apart from preparing the case, the instructor has
    to
  • Get to know students by checking profiles to
    design your calling pattern in the class
  • Encourage students to share their knowledge,
    experiences, and perspectives
  • Encourage alternative points of view- devils
    advocates add to the richness of the discussion
    and learnings
  • Trigger those not contributing to class
    discussion using cold and warm calls
  • Be engaged and enthusiastic to feed student
    enthusiasm and interaction among students

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  • Invite relevant case protagonists or guest
    speakers to share their experience, knowledge and
    perspectives
  • Plan some sessions for review, integrating
    concepts developed through cases and setting
    stage for remaining sessions.
  • Develop a grading formula that includes class
    participation and written analyses of cases for
    grading
  • In syllabus include class participation grading
    scale and template for evaluating written case
    analyses

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Session 5
  • Evaluation

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Formative assessment
  • Continuous
  • On-going during learning/teaching
  • Diagnostic
  • Provides feedback to students and teachers on
  • Strengths and weaknesses
  • Difficulties
  • Misconceptions
  • Remedial
  • Provides opportunities for modification/improvem
    ent

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Summative assessment
  • Terminal
  • At the end of learning/teaching
  • Descriptive
  • How well materials/knowledge/skills have been
    learnt
  • For ranking and selection
  • No provision for modification/improvement

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Effects of assessmentTeachers and students
perspectives on assessment
  • Teachers perspective Objectives
    Teaching activities Assessment
  • Students perspective Assessment Learning
    activities Outcomes
  • Backwash effect can be either positive or
    negative

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Prerequisites for Case Teaching
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Session 1 Part 2
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