Case Studies on Teaching is a unique book designed to infuse reality into the process of preparing teachers. The contents are based on real issues and needs faced by new teachers at they commence their professional careers in elementary and secondary school classrooms. The thirty-six cases offer myriad opportunities for utilizing the case method of instruction. This method has received acclaim in law, medicine, and business curricula. Regardless of the professional context, case studies create interactions that mandate active learning.
Copyright © 1990, Longman, a division of Addison-Wesley Publishing.
Longman Publishers, a division of Addison Wesley Publishing
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Kowalski, Theodore J.; Weaver, Roy A.; and Henson, Kenneth T., "Case Studies on Teaching" (1990). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 52.
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