Engaging Students through Cases

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In recent years, the education world has been focusing on ways to generate student engagement in learning. This is because of the well-established fact that people learn better when they are actively thinking about the material as they learn it rather than just hoping to passively absorb it. To this end there has been a steady stream of articles on how to use games, audience response systems, interactive quizzes, and the like during instruction.

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