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Research-Based Teaching Series (RBTS)
November 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Topic: Case Study Teaching Methods to Improve Student Learning
Led by: Clayton Teem
Case studies are used in many fields to enhance knowledge and application of subject matter. Yet, research suggests that many students do not learn as much from case studies because the students lack enough of an internal framework to understand the important points and detect meaningful data patterns; that is, students are relatively novice learners working towards a greater mastery of course material from professors who are comparative experts. This presentation will review some techniques to help students expand their understanding derived from case studies, e.g., “talking aloud,” visual illustration of essential vs non–essential information, and using small team discussion forums
RBTS seeks to support the work of faculty from all disciplines, colleges, and campuses by offering faculty presentations and workshops on best practices in teaching and learning. These workshops not only provide information and resources for faculty seeking to enhance their own pedagogical practices, but also give faculty an opportunity to present their work to peers. All sessions will be live on Zoom and video-recorded for archival purposes.
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