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What is Simulation-Based Training

Case Study Methodology in Higher Education
Instructional method using a simulation to mimic a real-life situation. This form of instruction is often used in the medical field to allow the student to practice skills in a safe environment.
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Teaching With Case Studies in Higher Education
Lynne Orr (William Paterson University, USA & Walden University, USA) and Linda Weekley (Walden University, USA)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 29
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9429-1.ch009
Case-based instruction is one method of active learning that has proven to be beneficial in many educational settings. This chapter will provide a background in the use of case-based instruction in various settings across higher education, discussing the benefits and the limitations. Instruction on how to write case studies, how to introduce the use of this instructional method to students, and how to implement case-based instruction with excellence will be offered. Every educational setting has a slightly different set of expectations and parameters. The information contained in this chapter will include how to write and implement case studies in higher education. Information concerning the medical fields, business education, and teacher preparation courses will be included.
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