Using Cases to Teach

The case method is widely recognised as an outstanding approach to teaching and learning, especially in management education. This workshop will provide case teachers with the opportunity to explore the case method and assess its benefits for use in their own classes.

Using Cases to Teach will be of benefit to a wide audience, including:
Those wishing to reflect on their teaching
Faculty and trainers
Those interested in participatory learning
Those from any sector or discipline within management education.

Why use case studies?
Sample case class
Designing case based sessions and courses
Preparing to teach a case class
Case use within your organisation
Writing cases taster.

Potential case teachers will:
Gain practical insights into teaching with cases
Understand prerequisites for case teaching
Appreciate planning and preparation
Consider student expectations
Explore course design and case selection
Evaluate success factors for any given audience.

Workshop tutor:
Dr Martin Kupp is a Faculty Professional and Program Director at the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT), Berlin, Germany and Visiting Professor at EGP - University of Porto Business School, Portugal. He is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School, USA course on Participant Centred Learning (CPCL).

Workshop fee:
£595 per person, fee includes course materials and lunches.

From 04 Aug 2011
Until 05 Aug 2011
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