Edited by Michael H. Morris and Eric Liguori
Chapter 7: The art of case teaching
Based on a career as a distinguished case teacher, the author describes the core principles and approaches for successfully using cases in the classroom. It begins with what the case method is and its benefits to both student and teacher, goes on to explain the process and provides detailed suggestions gleaned from nearly 40 years of application.
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