Problem-based learning and teaching with case studies are instructional approaches that are increasingly being applied in a variety of disciplines, such as business, law, medicine, and education. Instructors who have experienced traditional, teacher-centered instruction are often looking for ways to successfully integrate case studies, a constructivist, student-centered approach to teaching and learning, into their courses. This paper summarizes a workshop presented at the 2004 MWERA Annual Meeting. That workshop featured a proven 5-step process for case analysis, 20 techniques for facilitating case discussions, and a video of an actual case discussion in progress in which those techniques were demonstrated and modeled.
Sudzina, Mary R.
"Twenty Techniques for Teaching with Case Studies,"
Mid-Western Educational Researcher: Vol. 18:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/mwer/vol18/iss1/8