Case Method in Teacher Education
In the current climate of economic rationalism, universities continue to grapple with the need for innovative and flexible modes of delivering their programs. One such method that both problematises and contextualises the content of teacher education programs is the use of cases. This article provides a brief overview of the literature on cases, focusing on their definition, evolution, characteristics, benefits and relevance for teacher education. A sample case with case-specific and topic questions is also provided.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University of Technology, Sydney
Publication date: January 1, 1999
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