case method


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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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We like the case method because it calls for discussion of real-life situations that business executives have faced.
25, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- HBX, Harvard Business School's unique digital learning initiative, formally announced today the launch of HBX Live-a virtual classroom designed to reproduce the intimacy and synchronous interaction of HBS's famed case method in a digital environment.
What is needed is some discussion of a market economy, the norms of commerce within a market so conceived, whether the case method presupposes an algorithm or is misconceived, how some of those norms actually relate historically to Christianity (for example), and how Christianity has reconfigured its own understanding of itself as the result of evolving concepts of markets and commerce.
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.
The argument being made is not only that the case method is an effective way to generate positive learning experiences but that it is especially conducive to teaching economics courses that are grounded in the Austrian school.
The purpose of the JIACS is to encourage the development and use of cases and the case method of teaching throughout higher education.
Strategies for Teaching Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Classrooms: A Case Method Approach, by Joseph R.
Common law faculties not only offer much the same curriculum in first year; they also use the same basic teaching method--the case method.
The purpose of the two day workshop on "Case Based Teaching" was to introduce the highly acclaimed Harvard Case Method teaching technique to a variety of teaching faculty members from multiple disciplines to enhance the quality of teaching at various institutions of higher learning.
He argues that the traditional system in place today, including case method instruction, provides necessary skills training, and that further vocational training may actually be undesirable.
Journal articles about the use of the case method in teacher education have also regularly appeared.
The case method had its own technological environment to make it successful in the modern era.