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How to Learn with Cases

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DIGITAL BOOK. This 13 page guide is about the process of learning with cases.

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How to Learn with Cases: Abstract

How to Learn with Cases is a 13 page guide about the process of learning with cases. It stems from key ideas covered in Learning with Cases, Teaching with Cases and Writing Cases but adds a new tool, the Case Analysis Record or CAR. Faithfully repeating a three stage learning process of Individual Preparation, Small Group Discussion and Large Group Discussion as well as using the CAR throughout will enable students to learn with cases quickly and effectively.

Objectives

This guide will help students maximize their learning with cases within a reasonable amount of time. It has two objectives:
To help students learn better and faster with cases.

Target Audience

  • Students taking courses using cases
  • Instructors using cases in their courses

The Authors

J. David M. Wood, Michiel R. Leenders, Louise A. Mauffette-Leenders, and James A. Erskine count over 125 years of experience in the field of case-based learning. As students, they learned by the case method. As professors, they wrote hundreds of cases and used this method with more than 55,000 students and executives. They have also trained more than 20,000 teachers around the world using their widely recognized books on case learning, writing and teaching.

Additional information

If you need more than 10 copies, you are eligible for a discount ($4.95/copy). Please contact us before purchasing at info@evalorix.com to obtain your discount code.

This note is only available electronically but Learning with Cases, Apprendre Cas par Cas, Aprende con casos, Teaching with Cases and Writing Cases are also available in hard copy. You can order them via our partners’ website: casemethodbooks.com/book-details

Workshops on the case method (case writing, teaching and learning) are also offered by the authors. See casemethodbooks.com/workshops

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