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case method

n.
The study and teaching of law based on the examination and discussion of important cases and how they were decided.
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This casebook is meant for a basic course on the substantive criminal law, to teach students the case method and techniques of legal analysis; offer new insights into the question of how and to what extent the law can be effectively used as an instrument of social control; compare and evaluate the contributions of legislatures, courts, and administrators in defining and grading crimes; provide the fundamental information and skills needed for criminal law practice; and describe the difficulties in trying to control antisocial behavior through criminal law without encroaching on basic democratic values.
Time to prepare: 20-25mins Makes: 6 slices Ingredients For the pastry: 200g plain white flour 125g unsalted butter 50g caster sugar 1 egg Pinch of salt For the frangipane filling: 100g butter, room temperature 100g sugar 2 eggs, beaten 1 tsp almond essence 100g ground almonds 10g plain flour 2 tbsp raspberry jam 1 orange, zest only For the icing: 300g icing sugar, sifted 3 tbsp water To serve: 6 fresh cherries Equipment: 35cm x 12cm loose-base pastry tart case Method 1 To make the pastry, cream the butter and sugar together until it's almost white in colour.
And that's why leading business schools abroad -- following the example of Harvard Business School (HBS) - employ the case method as a direct tool to bring business into the classroom.
That last point is central--in a typical HBS case method class, students do 85 percent of the talking.
The CASE method of teaching, Summer Internship and industry based electives equip students with managerial skills to be employable in changing business scenario.
Contract awarded for HR16/0009 - Professional development workshops for development of expertise in case method in Singapore Polytechnic to equip them with Case Writing and Case Teaching Skills.
The Harvard Business School is the foremost proponent of teaching by the case method.
In 1966, two dozen potential teachers were supported by Ford Foundation to study in Harvard Business School basically to familiarize them with the case method championed by HBS for the first half century with exceptional results.
In addition to a few other schools around the country, HBS uses the case method for teaching, which, according to Harvard, "is a profound educational innovation that presents the greatest challenges confronting leading companies, nonprofits, and government organizations -- complete with the constraints and incomplete information found in real business issues -- and places the student in the role of the decision maker.
The case method aims to establish education by providing examples or problems from real life experiences (Demirel, 2010).
of Illinois at Chicago) introduces undergraduate criminal justice students to criminal law through a case method that incorporates classic and contemporary cases, legal issues, facts, and public policy.
ERIC Descriptors: Foreign Countries; Formative Evaluation; Higher Education; Feedback (Response); Semi Structured Interviews; Hermeneutics; Phenomenology; Case Method (Teaching Technique); Individual Activities; Social Environment; Theories; Social Science Research; Cultural Activities; Educational Practices; Program Effectiveness