The case study instructional strategy allows learners to apply analysis, knowledge, and problem-solving skills to real-life scenarios. Learners are provided with an actual problem or dilemma and must critically untangle the issue to arrive at a solution. This may be conducted individually or as a part of a group.
During demonstration and practice, the instructor exhibits a skill to the learners whereby the learners are provided with time to practice it. This is usually done with a skill the learners must be able to complete by the end of the course or module as per the course outcomes.
This page will provide you with a quick list of different learning strategies, which is by no means exhaustive, but will supply you with strategies that will help your students become active participants in the learning process:
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The flipped classroom, popularized by Khan Academy, has been gaining increasingly more attention by educators as a way to increase learner productivity and information retention.