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Cases learn more
For each case study, we scour the web to find the best sources; these include videos, animations, articles, simulations, podcasts and much more.
The first step is for students to read, watch and engage with the content. (Part 1 and 2 are typically assigned as homework.)
For every case study there is an assignment to further engage students in thinking about the topic.
Assignments vary from short response questions, multiple choice and fill in the blank questions, research papers, presentations, preparation for the activity and more.
Now, the fun part! Students will bring what they've learned to class. Many of these cases involve thought provoking, relevant, controversial topics. The activity simply facilitates the conversation.
Activities vary by class but include mock trials (law classes), Shark Tank (business classes), debates, labs, discussions, presentations and more.
Do you have an idea for a case study?
If you do, tell us about it! We love to hear ideas from students and teachers. We will do everything we can to turn your idea into a case study!
Case Study Proposal
Be sure to include:
1. The title of your case study,
2. The technologies involved (AI, 3D printing, CRISPR, etc.),
3. The subjects that it could be used for (Biology, Economics, Law, Physics, etc.),
4. And outline your real-life application/scenario!
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