Definition: the Case Method is an active learning approach based on analyzing and discussing a case study. Contrary to the traditional lecturing method, which is based on the transfer of knowledge by a teacher professing a series of content declarations without much or any interaction with the students, the focus of the CM is on participation by the students through dialogue (discussion) and questions (Dialectics).
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