The C. Roland Christensen Center for Teaching and Learning endeavors to make classes at the Harvard Business School dynamic and engaging. However, educators everywhere can benefit from the teaching and learning resources the center provides; the Case Method in Practice section is no exception. For instance, Chris Christensen described case method teaching as "the art of managing uncertainty," in which an instructor acts as "planner, host, moderator, devil's advocate, fellow-student, and judge," making for an interactive, open-ended, and collaborative learning process. Here readers will find subsections devoted to a variety of case method "dimensions," such as Core Principles, Sample Class, Preparing to Teach, Leading in the Classroom, and Providing Assessment and Feedback. Each of these subsections offers up tidbits of wisdom and suggestions for making classrooms work. Though the resources here are aimed at Harvard Business School teachers, readers everywhere will find much to ponder in the free videos, downloadable PDFs, and other resources available here.
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