Faculty Focus Resource
Guiding Students to Think Critically Using Case Studies
- Log on to UM Learn
- Under My Courses, select All Roles under Role, and All under Term.
- Scroll down to Development Courses and select The Centre – Magna Campus Resources
- Select Magna Campus > Open Menu > Faculty Focus
- In the search box, type in “Guiding students to think critically using case studies”
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Garvin, D. (2004). Participant-centered learning and the case method: A Case study teacher in action. Harvard Business School.
Herreid, Clyde Freeman, & Schiller, Nancy A. (2014). Science stories you can count on: 51 case studies with quantitative reasoning in biology.
Herreid, C., Schiller, Nancy A., & Herreid, Ky F. (2012). Science stories: Using case studies to teach critical thinking. Arlingto, Va.: National Science Teachers Association.
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