The latest case method teaching principles to be incorporated in the NDSU MPH program!
Teaching by Case Method: Principles and Practice for Public Health Educators is geared toward faculty in public health and medicine at all levels who are involved in classroom teaching in a global or domestic setting. This introductory workshop will emphasize the roles, responsibilities, and skills of the discussion leader, the teacher-student relationship, developing the teaching plan, and an introduction to case-writing and case-based curriculum development in public health. Participants will engage in active case discussions about principles of case teaching and their applicability to the field of public health.
- Introduction to Case Writing
- Demonstration Case Discussion and Technique Analysis
- Roles, Responsibilities, and Skills of a Discussion Leader
- Establishing, Monitoring, and Modifying a Teacher-Student Learning Contract
- Questioning, Listening, and Responding
- Critical Instructional Choice: Guidance vs. Control
- The Teacher-Student Relationship
- Designing a Core Public Health Curriculum Using Teaching Cases