Learning With Cases
Can You Really Learn Finance With Cases? Ivey Professor Craig Dunbar discusses teaching finance using cases.
The Student Guide to the Case Method (9B18M128) introduces students to the case method and, in discrete notes, walks them through the tasks that are typically involved in case assignments.
A 7-part Case Guide Series for student learning:
Student Guide to the Case Method: Note 1 - Understanding the Case Method 9B18M053
Student Guide to the Case Method: Note 2 - Performing a Case Analysis 9B18M054
Student Guide to the Case Method: Note 3 - Preparing to Discuss a Case 9B18M055
Student Guide to the Case Method: Note 4 - Preparing a Written Case Report 9B18M056
Student Guide to the Case Method: Note 5 - Making an Oral Case Presentation 9B18M057
Student Guide to the Case Method: Note 6 - Preparing For and Writing a Case Exam 9B18M058
Student Guide to the Case Method: Note 7 - Using Common Tools for Case Analysis 9B18M059
This set of three integrated texts on the case method is written for those interested in participative learning. Written by Ivey emeritus professors James A. Erskine and Michiel R. Leenders, along with Louise A. Mauffette-Leenders, the texts are available in simplified Chinese translations published by the Beijing Normal University Publishing Group.
Teaching With Cases
Designed to help teachers create a positive learning environment, sharpen their preparation for class and manage case class discussions. Coverage includes preparation for class using the case teaching plan, classroom management, evaluating student performance and case use variations.
Learning with Cases
Written to help students prepare, discuss more effectively in small and large groups, and to learn better and faster in the case method. It provides students with a number of tools to analyze case studies, including the case difficulty cube, the three stage learning process, the short and long cycle case preparation process and the case preparation chart.
Sets a new milestone on how to write good cases quickly. Case writing is identified as a three-phase process, and the book guides the reader through each phase. New ideas in this edition include the Case Origin Grid, The Case Shopping List, action triggers, and the story line and decision frame cuts. Another addition is the class testing of the new case. The development of the Case Plan with its five components remains as the central planning tool for effective case development. All of the material contained in this text has been tested in over 35 countries on all continents with thousands of workshop participants from many disciplines. For editions in English, French, and Spanish, visit: www.iveycases.com.