Tuesday, February 4, 2014

"Teaching by Case Method. Principles and Practice for Public Health Educators"

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.
Agenda Topics
  • 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


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