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Starting Case Classes (VIDEO)
Clawson, James G. Video PHA-0076 / Published June 16, 2016 / Duration 11:57
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Product Overview

This video is part of a comprehensive collection of videos on how to teach business topics with cases, featuring James G. Clawson, the Johnson & Higgins Professor of Business Administration Emeritus at the Darden School of Business. "Starting Case Classes" provides several successful practices for beginning a case discussion. How do you begin the discussion? What questions can you ask to engage students in the discussion? How do you bridge from the previous class? What measures of success do you use in your case discussion? Clawson has earned numerous awards for excellence in case teaching and case writing. He has taught case-teaching and case-writing seminars all over the world, and his cases are among the top-selling cases in the history of Darden.

Learning Objectives

Engaging students at the outset of your case discussion. Selecting a student to start the case discussion. Setting measures of success for the class discussion. Bridging from the previous class.

  • Overview

    This video is part of a comprehensive collection of videos on how to teach business topics with cases, featuring James G. Clawson, the Johnson & Higgins Professor of Business Administration Emeritus at the Darden School of Business. "Starting Case Classes" provides several successful practices for beginning a case discussion. How do you begin the discussion? What questions can you ask to engage students in the discussion? How do you bridge from the previous class? What measures of success do you use in your case discussion? Clawson has earned numerous awards for excellence in case teaching and case writing. He has taught case-teaching and case-writing seminars all over the world, and his cases are among the top-selling cases in the history of Darden.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    Engaging students at the outset of your case discussion. Selecting a student to start the case discussion. Setting measures of success for the class discussion. Bridging from the previous class.