Case Study Teaching, Principles and Methods

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The use of the case study method in teaching has a long history and is considered one of the unique tools for bridging the gap between theory and practice. Case studies are important to help students establish a direct relation between societal issues and theoretical knowledge. Furthermore, Daneri, Trencher and Peterson (2015) argue that student-centered case studies could play an essential role in addressing problems of participating local communities.

Developing and Implementing a Transdisciplinary Case Study Course Manual for Lecturers