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LAT 27 Case Study
Complexity involved in:
In-class implementation High
Analysis High
Brief Description"Students receive a real-life scenario, or “case”, related to course content. These cases usually present a brief history of how the situation developed and a dilemma that a key character within the scenario is facing, and students are charged with helping the character develop a solution to the problem."

 Purpose"This activity guides students in the development of problem-solving capacities as they apply course concepts to identify and evaluate alternative approaches to responding to the case. It is inherently appealing to students because it has “true-to-life” feel, and thus Case Study can help bridge the gap between theory and practice and between the academy and the workplace." — Learning Assessment Techniques, Barkley, EF and Major, CH, 2016.

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