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We have attached a few published resources that will help guide you in navigating teaching and learning resources and help you to determine what will work best for your teaching.


Books

 

Making it Stick- Science of Successful Learning

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Curriculum Development for Medical Education: A Six-Step Approach

Articles

The Future of Medical Education: Flipping the Classroom and Education Technology

Case-Based Learning and its Application in Medical and Health-Care Fields: A Review of Worldwide Literature

Should we choose between problem-based learning and team-based learning?No, combine the best of both worlds!

Resources from :CRLT-University of Michigan

With case-based teaching, students develop skills in analytical thinking and reflective judgment by reading and discussing complex, real-life scenarios. The articles in this section explain how to use cases in teaching and provide case studies for the natural sciences, social sciences, and other disciplines.

Teaching with Case Studies (Stanford University, 1994)

This article from the Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning describes the rationale for using case studies, the process for choosing appropriate cases, and tips for how to implement them in college courses.

National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science (University of Buffalo)

This site offers resources and examples specific to teaching in the sciences. This includes the “UB Case Study Collection,” an extensive list of ready-to-use cases in a variety of science disciplines. Each case features a PDF handout describing the case, as well as teaching notes.

The Case Method and the Interactive Classroom (Foran, 2001, NEA Higher Education Journal)

First-person account of how a sociology faculty member at University of California, Santa Barbara began using case studies in his teaching and how his methods have evolved over time as a professor.

Using Cases in Teaching (Penn State)

Tips for both teachers and students on how to be successful using case studies in the college/university classroom. Includes links to several case repositories, organized by discipline.