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Assessing the Case for Teaching


Did the case work? Faculty need to reflect on their own practice. Not only is investigative case based learning just one of many excellent approaches you may use in your classroom, but some cases work better than others. It is helpful to assess teaching with investigative cases by answering questions about how well specific objectives were met and by considering class interactions. You may find the Faculty Assessment Form for Investigative Cases (Microsoft Word 29kB Aug20 03)a good way to get started.

Note: If you are considering adopting and adapting an existing case, there are some questions below to help you make a decision.


Some questions to ask once the case has been used:

If you are reviewing an existing case for use in your course, consider the following:


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