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Books and Book Chapters About Case Methods

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    Christensen, C. R., Garvin, D. A., & Sweet, A. (Eds.) (1991). Education for judgment. The  artistry of discussion leadership. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

    Christensen, C.R., Hansen, A.J. & Barnes, L. B. (1994). Teaching and the case method (3rded). Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing Division.

    Christensen, C.R., Hansen, A.J., & Barnes, L.B. (1994). Teaching and the case method Instructor's guide (3"d ed). Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing Division.

    Colbert, Joel, Trimble, Kimberly & Desberg, Peter (1996). The case for education: Contemporary approaches for         using case methods. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

    Easton, Geoff (1983). Learning from case studies. London: Prentice Hall.

    Eble,K. (1984). The craft of teaching. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

    Eisner, E.N. (1979). On the art of teaching. In E.N. Eisner, The educational imagination. New York: Macmillan

    Elbow, P. (1986). Embracing Contraries. Explorations in learning and teaching. New York: Oxford University Press.

    Fraser, C.E. (Ed.) (193 1). The case method of instruction: A related series of articles. New York: McGraw-Hill.

    Grossman, P.L. (1990). The making of a teacher. Teacher knowledge and teacher education. New York: Teachers College Press.

    Hutchings, P. (1993). Using cases to improve college teaching. A guide to more reflective practice. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education.

    Kagan, D.M., & Tippins, D.J. (1993). Classroom cases as gauges of professional growth. In M. O'Hair & S. Odell (Eds.), Teacher education yearbook 1: Diversity and teaching (pp. 98-110). New York: Harcourt Brace & Jovanich and the Association of Teacher Educators.

    Kasulis, T.P. (1986). Questioning. In M.M. Gullette, (Ed.), The art and craft of teaching. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

    Kleinfeld, J. (1989). Teaching cases in cross-cultural education. Fairbanks, AK: Center for Cross Cultural Studies,

    Kleinfeld, J. (1992). Learning to think like a teacher. In J. Shulman (Ed.), Case methods in teacher education,(pp.34-49). New York: Teachers College Press.

    Kowalski, T.J., Weaver, R.A., & Henson, K.T. (1990). Case studies on teaching. New York: Longman.

    Livdahl, B., Smart, K., Wallman, J., Herbert, T., Geiger, D., & Anderson, J. (1995).   Stories from                        response-centered classrooms: Speaking,questioning, and theorizing from the center of the action. N.Y.:                       Teachers College. 

   Lynn, L. L. (1999). Teaching & learning with cases. New York: Chatham House Publishers.

    McAninch, A. R. (1993). Teacher thinking and the case method. New York: Teachers College Press.

    Merseth, K. (1991). The case for cases in teacher education. Washington: Anerican Association for Higher                       Education.

    Merseth, K. (1997). Cases in educational administration. New York: Longman.

   Miller, B. & Kantrov, I. (1998). A guide to facilitating cases in education. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

    Raths, L.E., Wassermann, S., Jonas, A. & Rothstein, M. (1967). Teaching for thinking. Theory and application. Columbus, Ohio: Merrill.

   Risko, V.J., Yount, D., & McAllister, D. (1991). Preparing preservice teachers for remedial instruction: Teacher problem solving and use of context and pedagogical knowledge. In N. Padak, T.V. Rasinski. & J. Logan (Eds.), Literacy Research and Practice: Foundations for the Year 2000, the 14th Yearbook of College Reading Association (pp. 37-50). Pittsburgh, KS: College Reading Association.

    Schifter, D. & Fosnot, C. (1992). Reconstructing mathematics education: Stories of teachers meeting the challenge of reform.      New York: Teachers College Press.

    Schön, D.A. (1983). The reflective practitioner: How professionals think in action. New York: Basic Books.

    Schön, D.A.(1987). Educating the reflective practioner: Toward a new design for teaching and learning in the professions. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass..   

    Schön, D.A. (Ed.) (1991). The reflective turn: Case studies in and on educational practice. NewYork:                       Teachers College Press.

    Schwartz, P., & Webb, G. (1993). Case studies on teaching in higher education. London: Kogan Page.

    Shulman, J.H. (Ed.) (1992). Case methods in teacher education. New York: Teachers College Press.

    Shulman, J.H., & Mesa-Bains, A. (Eds.) (1993). Diversity in the classroom: A casebook for teachers and teacher educators. Hillsdale, NJ: Research for Better Schools and Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    Shulman, L. (1988). Teaching alone, learning together: Needed agendas for the new reforms. In T.J. Sergiovanni and J.H. Moore (Eds.), Schooling for tomorrow: Directing reform to issues that count. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

   Shulman, L. S. (1996). Just in case: Reflections on learning from experience. In J. A. Colbert, P. Desberg, & K.

    Trimbel (Eds.), The case for education: Contemporary approaches for using case methods (pp. 197-217), Needham Heights, MA: Alllyn & Bacon.

    Sperle,H. (1933). The case method teaching in professional training. Newyork: Teachers College Press.

    Spiro, R., Coulson, R.L., Feltovich, P.J., & Anderson, D.K. (1988). Cognitive flexibility theory: Advanced knowledge acquisition in ill-structured domains. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum..

    Sudzina, M. (1999). Case study applications for teacher education: Cases of teaching and learning in content areas. Boston: Allyn Bacon.

   Wasserman, S. (1993). Getting down to cases. New York: Teachers College Press

   Wassermann, S. (1994). Introduction to case method teaching: a guide to the galaxy. New York: Teachers                       College Press.

    Wassermann, S. (1993). Getting down to cases: learning to teach with case studies. New York: Teachers                       College Press.

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