Case Teaching and Learning

Please find below links to a variety resources on Case Method teaching resources and student-focused resources on learning by the Case Method.

Case Method Teaching

Books

Anderson, E., and Schiano, B. (2014). Teaching with Cases: A Practical Guide. Boston MA, Harvard Business School Press.
This book gives practical advice on how to teach with cases at institutions where it is not the primary pedagogy.

Barnes, L.B., Christensen, C.R., and Hansen, A., (1994) Teaching and the Case Method (3rd Ed). Boston MA, Harvard Business School Press.
This is a book of cases used in the development of Case Teachers

Bruner, R.F., (2003) Socrates' Muse: Reflections on Effective Case Discussion Leadership. New York NY, McGraw-Hill/Irwin.

Christensen, C., Garvin, D., and Sweet, A. (1991). Education for Judgment: The Artistry of Discussion Leadership. Boston MA, Harvard Business School Press.
This book gives an overview to the philosophy and applied strategies of teaching in a participant-centered learning environment.

Articles

Garvin, D. A. "Making the Case." Harvard Magazine, September-October 2003, Volume 106, Number 1. (Order reprint from HBSP)

Garvin, D. A. "Teaching Executives and Teaching MBAs: Reflections on the Case Method." Academy of Management Learning & Education 6, no. 3 (September 2007).

Short Pieces

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Learning by the Case Method

Resources for students

Books

Ellet, W., (2007) The Case Study Handbook: How to Read, Discuss, and Write Persuasively About Cases. Boston MA, Harvard Business Review Press.

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