Teaching with cases: Strategies for active learning in and out of the classroom
Many instructors struggle with how to make the classroom learning experience meaningful and appealing. Engaged students have deeper comprehension of course content, perform better on class- and course-ending assessments, and experience a seamless transition to professional nursing practice. That’s why active learning strategies have grown in popularity. Among the variety of active learning approaches, case-based teaching is seen as a particularly effective method for engaging students.