Abstract: This article describes one teacher's use of case studies with a class of secondary student teachers, examining her efforts to assess and better understand the effects of case method in teacher education. The challenges and possibilities of reflection on practice are discussed through the examination of case method. (Author/SM)
Title: On Case Method and Classroom Management.
Author: Adler, Susan A.
Journal Citation: Action in Teacher Education, v18 n3 p33-43 Fall 1996
Note: Theme issue title: "Studying Our Own Practice in Teacher Education."
Publication Year: 1996
Document Type: Project Description (141); Journal Article (080)
Target Audience: Teachers and Practitioners
ERIC Identifier: EJ538489
Clearinghouse Identifier: SP525816
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Descriptors: Action Research; * Case Studies; * Classroom Techniques; * Concept Mapping; Discussion [Teaching Technique]; Education Courses; * Group Discussion; Higher Education; Preservice Teacher Education; * Reflective Teaching; Secondary Education; Student Behavior; Teaching Methods
Identifiers: *Case Method [Teaching Technique]