The Case Method Technique in Professional Training: A Survey of the Use of Case Studies as a Method of Instruction in Selected Fields and a Study of its Application in a Teachers College
by D. Henryetta Sperle - 1933
The purposes of this study are (1) to survey the use of the case method in education and certain comparable fields in order to arrive at a clearer understanding of the term, and to discover the underlying facts and principles, with the aim of making a better application of this method in teacher training; and (2) to describe and evaluate the case method used at the New Jersey State Teachers College at Montclair, with a view to (a) continuing or modifying the present use, and (b) recommending to similar institutions a technique valuable in the training of teachers.
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