Additional Implementation Issues for Investigative Cases

Initial Publication Date: December 31, 2003

Implementing investigative cases successfully may require careful planning. It is best to begin with a short case experience. Among the decisions you have to make are adapting or writing the cases, addressing the learning goals and objectives of the course, considering class size, working with your course structure - a not entirely logistical consideration - and preparing students to use case study approaches which may be unfamiliar.

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It is sometimes helpful to look at how other instructors are using cases ( This site may be offline. ) . You might consider attending an ICBL workshop (more info) . Please feel free to contact us directly with questions.