Start with a Story: The Case Study Method of Teaching College Science

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Clyde Freeman Herreid
NSTA Press, 2007 - Education - 466 pages
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Introduce your students to the magic of storiesdelivered through educational case studies that will help you put science into vivid context. Start With a Story offers an abundance of strategies, tips, examples, ideas, and resources to free your students (and you) from dry lecture formats. Start With a Story is a collection of more than 40 essays published primarily as columns in NSTAs member publication, Journal of College Science Teaching.
 

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Contents

We Need a New Approach
1
IIWhat are Case Studies?
27
IIITypes of Case Studies
53
IVHow to Teach With Case Studies
61
Classical Method
83
An Overview
125
VIIProblemBased Learning
151
VIIIInterrupted Case Method
167
XIIIHybrid Case Methods
251
XIVDirected Case Method
299
XVHow Not to Teach With Case Studies
331
XVIHow to Write Case Studies
349
XVIIHow to Write Case Study Teaching Notes
385
XVIIIHow to Grade Students Using CaseBased Teaching
393
XIXAssessment and Evaluation of the Case Study Process
401
XXFuture of Case Teaching
421

IXIntimate Debate Method
179
XTeamBased Learning
187
XILarge Class Methods
219
XIIIndividual Case Study Methods
237
Appendix IAbout the Authors
443
Appendix IIOriginal Chapter References
445
Index
449
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