Case-in-Point Methodology: Creating a Studio-Laboratory Environment in Every Classroom

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CONFERENCE: Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference

Publication Year:
2018
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/autlc/2018/breakout/10
Author(s):
Carlson, Emily; Gibbs Prouty, Kari
Tags:
Curriculum and Instruction; Educational Leadership; Higher Education and Teaching; Leadership Studies
conference paper description
Participants will explore the unique approach of case-in-point methodology which utilizes student experiences to transform the academic space, harness failure, and process life’s challenges. Emphasis will be given to designing tasks that promote problem solving, communication, and self-reflection across all age groups and disciplines. Borrowing from best practices utilized at Harvard Business School, the University of Minnesota, and Andrews University’s Undergraduate Leadership Program, attendees will learn how to create tasks designed to make use of both the explicit and underlying issues that surface in the day-to-day lives of students and connect those issues to course content.