Case studies are as diverse as the learning objectives they serve. Therefore, the case study methodology offers different types of case studies in order to support the acquisition of competence in the best possible way. Below you will find detailed information on case study didactics and the case studies published by CASEM.
Components of a case study
Our case studies have been developed and tested to promote and facilitate the development of competencies and skills in the best possible way. All published case studies therefore consist of:
Teaching letter as detailed explanation and preparation for lecturers
Sample solution for learning success control
case study as the actual text representing the problem
Presentation slides as a teaching support
Comparison of teaching methods
Compared to other teaching methods, the case study methodology can be distinguished on the basis of the exchange of experience and the structure along the learning experience.
Depending on the type of case study, case study theory can be regarded as a middle course with many adjustment possibilities along both axes. Please also have a look at the different types of case studies.
The basis of the design of any course based on the case study methodology should be based on the knowledge of how students learn. We at casem. have found that students learn best when they do: