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Title: A cross-cultural study of teaching effectiveness of the case method versus the lecture method of teaching in lecture-oriented environments: some preliminary findings
Authors: Stuhler, Elmar A.
Misra, Sasi
Keywords: Cross-cultural studies;Teaching;Case methods;Lecture method in teaching
Issue Date: 14-Mar-2010
Series/Report no.: WP;1981/377
Abstract: This paper presents some preliminary results of an ongoing study in two West German Universities and the University of the Philippines which examines the comparative effectiveness of the case vs. lecture method of teaching. The specific areas in which the comparative effectiveness of the two methods of teaching are examined are: student performance in terms of assimilation and recall of course material, problem awareness and analysis, students' attitude towards the subject of study, and interaction structure among students (Flanders Interaction Analysis).
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