Instructors have been using cases successfully to connect theory and practice for over a century in business schools and even longer in other disciplines. We all know they work, when students are prepared and instructors have in-depth knowledge of the case material. But if your students have come to class unprepared? The result? The case discussion goes off the rails or never gets started. Students try to hide their lack of preparation or they attempt to appear engrossed in reviewing the case while praying you will not call on them.
There is a better way.
Concise cases that can be read in class within 15 minutes, coupled with rich, expanded teaching notes and at least three other creative pedagogy tools that provide multiple options for ways to use the case with no advance preparation on your part. The cases published in the International Journal of Instructional Cases are designed to save the day in just this kind of circumstance.
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