Using case studies for understanding

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ETAP 623 FALL 2015 - BYRNE section 5874

Daniel Davis Portfolio

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Contents

  1. Using Case Studies for Understanding
1.1 What will you learn from this course
1.2 Topics
1.3 Lesson Content
1.3.1 Lesson I: What is a case study
1.3.2 Lesson II: Case Study Content and Design
1.3.3 Lesson III: Assessment of a good case study
1.4 Useful links
1.5 References
1.6 Portfolio Page

1.1 What will you learn from this course

In this course the use of case studies will be validated to student understanding. It will define what a case study entails and situation in which they can be a valuable teaching tool. The course will have the learner creating a case study and a device in with to assess its value to the learner. Creating and using case studies can lead to valid student understanding.

1.2 Topics

  • What is a case study
  • How to create a case study
  • How to evaluate a case study
  • Using a case study for assessment

1.3 Lesson Content

Use the following links to complete the course:

Lesson I: What is a Case Study

Lesson Objective:

  • Identify what a case study is
  • Identify the qualities of a case study
Lesson II: Case Study Content and Design

Lesson Objective:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of design thinking and its components.
  • Understand the different types of case studies
  • Identifying a theoretical perspective
  • Understanding the design of a case study
Lesson III: Case Study Creation and Assessment

Lesson Objective:

  • Use authentic knowledge to construct your own case study
  • Use the knowledge learned to create an assessment strategy for your own case study
  • Use authentic knowledge to analyze case study content