As you know, I send daily emails. If you were busy and couldn’t read everything, I share this email every Sunday with quick summaries of what I have shared in the week. Time to catch up.
May 24 | Case Studies | Analyzing the role of case studies in training sessions.
May 25 | [Case Studies] Co-creating knowledge in a classroom | You have to read a case actively and construct your own meaning. And that means greater engagement, participation, and indeed greater responsibility on the shoulders of the participants in the training.
May 26 | [Case Studies] What I learned from the World Peace Game | Learners are responsible for what they learn; each learner owns what they learn.
May 27 | [Case Studies] The 5 Stages of a Case Discussion | Forlearners to think deeply about the case, I think there are 5 stages a learner has to pass in the case discussion.
May 28 | [Case Studies] Tag team for a productive case discussion | The trainer and the learner in a case discussion classroom are like a team. For a team to perform well, every member needs to contribute.
May 29 | [Case Studies] Let’s develop a case | I have attempted to develop a case in this mail.
Abhilash (on behalf of Rakshith)