Case Studies

@article{Bosma2017CaseS,
  title={Case Studies},
  author={Hans Bosma and Henk Jonkers and Math J. Cuvelier and Peter G. M. Penders and Saco F. Bekius and Maria-Eugenia Iacob},
  journal={The Ochsner journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={
          118-20
        }
}
Case studies can be used to help students understand simple and complex issues. They typically are presented to the students as a situation or scenario which is guided by questions such as “What would you do in this situation?” or “How would you solve this problem?” Successful case studies focus on problem situations relevant to course content and which are relevant “both to the interests and experience level of learners” (Illinois Online Network, 2007). 

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