Case-based strategies

1. Case-based strategies

In case-based learning, students practice working through cases that represent real-world examples of situations. Cases should demonstrate the targeted problem solving and decision making situations you would want students to be prepared for. Case-based Learning is similar to Experiential learning in that they are both based on real-world experiences and require reflection. However, cases are one step removed from the real-world, more contained and controlled than actual experiences, and more readily digestible as useable knowledge. Case-based strategies include simulations and role play activities.