Putting Case-Based Instruction Into Context: Examples From Legal and Medical Education

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Abstract

Emphasizes the importance of case-based instruction in meaningful context in order to recreate some of the advantages of apprenticeship learning. Examples of case method of business and medical education; Characteristics of cognitive apprenticeship environments; Evaluation of case-based instruction; Focus on teaching and learning in problem-based learning; Research areas suggested by the case-method and problem-based learning.

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  • Susan M. Williams

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