|aTeaching and the case method :|btext, cases, and readings /|cby Louis B. Barnes, C. Roland Christensen, and Abby J. Hansen.
|aBoston, Mass. :|bHarvard Business School Press,|cc1994.
|axiii, 333 p. ;|c29 cm.
|aRev. ed. of: Teaching and the case method / C. Roland Christensen. c1987.
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|aThinking in education / John Dewey -- Teachers also must learn / Charles I. Gragg -- Premises and practices of discussion teaching -- Teaching with cases at the Harvard Business School -- Suggestions for seminar participants -- Teaching and the case method of discussion: opportunities, dilemmas, and risks; cases -- Why teach? / Maryellen Gleason -- The dreaded discussion / Peter Frederick -- The gifted can't weigh that giraffe / Selma Wassermann -- Seven questions for testing my teaching / Laura L. Nash -- The roles, responsibilities, and skills of the case discussion leader; cases -- The professor-student barrier to growth / Marcia Yudkin -- Bike riding and the art of learning / Robert G. Kraft -- Louis Agassiz as a teacher / Lane Cooper -- Personal thoughts on teaching and learning / Carl R. Rogers -- Establishing, monitoring, and modifying a teaching/learning contract; cases -- Sandboxes and honeybees / Roland S. Barth -- Questioning, listening, and responding: the key skill requirements; cases -- A little coffee to the rescue / Peter Kugel -- The critical instructional choice: guidance vs. control; cases -- Barn raising: collaborative group process in seminars / Sondra M. Napell -- The case discussion leader in action: operational challenges and opportunities. The teacher-student relationship; cases -- Evaluation and discipline; cases -- Angels on a pin / Alexander Calandra -- Should I fail her? / Max L. Waters -- Gender; cases -- Diversity; cases -- Japanese students' participation in U.S. classrooms: a sociolinguistic perspective / Lowry Hemphill and Masahiko Minami -- Ethical dilemmas and the case discussion process -- Teaching and teachers: three views / Haim G. Ginott, Sophie Freud, and Neil Postman -- Next steps: writing cases for your own teaching seminars --- The uses of videotape replay / Catherine G. Krupnick -- Student learning beyond the classroom: implications for a discussion methods teacher -- Leading dicussion in a lecture course: some maxims and an exhortation / Margaret M. Gullette -- Memorandum to Michelangelo: tenure denied / Selma Wassermann -- Good teaching: a matter of living the mystery / Parker J. Palmer.
|aBusiness teachers|xTraining of |z United States.
|aChristensen, C. Roland|q(Carl Roland),|d1919-1999.
Emphasizes that the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that make for excellence in teaching can be analyzed and learned. This third edition includes new cases drawn from major professional school settings and liberal arts departments, presenting vignettes of teachers dealing with subject areas such as hard science, clinical medicine, and theology, and sociopolitical challenges including racial prejudice, gender, and academic freedom. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.