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    Albanese, M., & Mitchell, S. (1993). Problem-based learning: A review of literature, outcomes and implementation issues. Academic Medicine, 68, 52-8 1.

    Andrews. John D.W. (). The verbal structure of teacher questions: Its impact on class discussion. POD Quarterly, 129-163.

    Barnett, C. (1991). Building a case-based curriculum to enhance the pedagogical content knowledge of mathematics teachers. Journal of Teacher Education.

    Barr, R.B. & Tagg, J. (November/December,'1995). From teaching to learning: A new paradigm for undergraduate education. Change, 4, 13-25.

    Bliss, T. & Mazur, J. (1996). Common thread case project: Developing associations of experienced and novice educators through technology. Journal of Teacher Education, 47(3), 185-190.

    Block, K. K. (1996). The case method in modern educational psychology texts. Teaching & Teacher Education, 12(5), 483-500.

    Burger, D. L. (1992). The importance of living in the case. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.

    Chiaramonte, P. (1994, Winter). The agony & the ecstacy of case teaching. Reaching through teaching, 7, 1-2.

    Copeland W. D. & Decker, D. L. (1996). Video cases and the development of meaning making in preservice teachers. Teaching & Teacher Education, Vol. 12, No. 5, pp. 467-481.

    Cranston-Gingras, A., Raines, S., Paul, J., Epanchin, B., and Rosselli, H. (1996). Developing and using teaching cases in a partnership environment. Teacher Education and Special Education, 19, 158-168.

    Cunningham, T.H., & Thorkildsen, R. J. (1996). Effects of combining case-based instruction and mindfulness activities on the acquisition, application, and transfer of complex knowledge: An experimental comparison of two multiple-case treatments on videodisc. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. (ERIC Document Reproduction No. ED400264).

    DeZure, D. (November/December, 1993). Using cases about teaching in the disciplines: A progress report from Eastern Michigan University. Change.

    Doyle, W. (Winter, 1990). The world is everything that is the case: Developing case methods for teacher education. Teacher Education Quarterly.

    Doyle, W. (1990). Case methods in the education of teachers. Teacher Education Quarterly, 17 (1), 7-15.

    Elksnin, L. K. (1998). Use of the case method of instruction in special education teacher preparation programs: A preliminary investigation. Teacher Education and Special Education. 21(2) 95-108.

    Elmore, R. (1989). How we teach is what we teach. AAHE Bulletin, 41..

    Epanchin, B. & Colucci, K. (1998). "What is a Teaching Case?" National Clearinghouse of Special Education Teaching Cases. (13, July 1998).

    Fenwick, T. J. & Parsons, J. (1997). A critical investigation of the problems with problem-based learning. (Research Report No. 143) U. S. Department of Education, (ERIC Document Reproduction No. ED409 272).

    Filby, N. N. (1995). Analysis of reflective professional development models. (Report No. RP91002006). San Francisco, CA: Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 393 857).

    Fitzgerald, G.E., Wilson, B., & Semrau, L.P. (1997). An interactive multimedia program to enhance teacher problem-solving skills based on cognitive flexibility theory: Design and outcome. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 6(1), 47-76.

    Frederick P. (198 1). The dreaded discussion: Ten ways to start. Improving College and University Teaching, 29.

    Greene, D.M., Grant, G.E., & Shulman, J.H. (Winter, 1990). Case methodology in the study and practice of teacher education. Teacher Education Quarterly.

    Hammond,J.S. (1976). Learning by the case method. HBS Publishing Division, Harvard Business School, Boston, MA, Case #376-241.

    Hanson, A. (Januaryl997). Writing cases for teaching: Observations of a practioner. Phi Delta Kappan.

    Harrington, H.L. (1996). Fostering reasoned decisions: Case-based pedagogy and the professional development of teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education, 1](3).

    Harrington, H. L. (1994). Perspectives on cases. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 7(2), 117-133.

    Harrington, H. L. (199 1). The case as method. Action in Teacher Education, 12 (4), 1 -10.

    Harrington, H.L., & Garrison, 1 (1992). Cases as shared inquiry: A dialogical model of teacher preparation. American Educational Research Journal, 29(4), 715-735.

    Hunt,P. (1951). The case method of instruction. Harvard Educational Review, 21.

    James, F. (1991). An analysis of case-based instruction. University of Virginia: Charlottesville. Unpublished Doctoral dissertation..

    Johnson, J. N. (1988). A quiet revolution in teacher education: Teachers’ firsthand accounts of their own experience help prepare novice teachers for the classroom. Research and Practice. San Francisco: Far West Laboratory For Educational Research and Development.

    Kagan, D.M., & Tippins, D.J. (1991). How teachers' classroom cases express their pedagogical beliefs. Journal of Teacher Education, 42(4), 281-29 1.

    Kagan, D.M. (Winter, 1993). Contexts for the use of classroom cases. American Educational Research Journal, 30(4), 703-723.

    Kleinfeld, 1 (1990). Creating cases on your own. Department of Education, Rural College, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

    Kleinfeld, J. (1990). The special virtues of the case method in preparing teachers for minority schools. Teacher Teacher Education Quarterly, 17(1), 43-51.

    Kleinfeld, J. (1991). Changes in problem solving abilities of students taught through case methods. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

    Kleinfeld, J. (1992, April). Can cases carry pedagogical content knowledge? Yes, but we've got signs of the Mathew Effect." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA. (Eric Document Reproduction No. ED344887).

    Kolodner, J.L. (1997, Jan.). Educational implications of analogy: A view from case-based reasoning. American Psychologist, 52(1), 57-66.

    Levin, B.B. (1996), When case discussions become miseducative: A comparison of computer-based vs. face-to-face case discussions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

    Levin, B.B. (1996). Using the case method in teacher education: The role of discussion and experience in teachers' thinking about cases. Journal of Teaching and Teacher Education, 10 (2).

    Lundeberg, M.A. (1987). Metacognitive aspects of reading comprehension: Studying understanding in legal case analysis. Reading Research Quarterly, 22, (4), 414-432.

    McNergney, R.B. (1994). Videocases: A way to foster a global perspective on multicultural education. Phi Delta Kappan, 76 (4), 296-299.

    Merseth,K.K. (1991). The early history of case-based instruction: Insights for teacher education today. Journal of Teacher Education.

    Merseth, K. K. (1996). Cases and case methods in teacher education. In Sikula, John (Ed.), Handbook ofReserach on Teacher Education (2d ed.) (pp. 722-74 1). New York: Macmillan and the Association of Teacher Educators.

    Merseth, K.K., & Lacey, C.A. (1993). Weaving stronger fabric: The pedagogical promise of hypermedia and case methods in teacher education. Teaching & Teacher Education, 9(3), 283-299.

    Mostert, M.P. & Kauffman, J. M. (1992, April). Experienced teachers and case-based instruction: An analysis of their perceptions, learning, and written cases. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

    Mostert, M.P. & Sudzina, M.R. (1996). Undergraduate case method teaching: Pedagogical assumptions vs. the real world. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, St. Louis, MO, (ERIC Document Reproduction No ED 395900).

    Shulman, J.H., & Colbert, J.A. (1989). Cases as catalysts for cases: Inducing reflection in teacher education. Action in Teacher Education.

    Shulman, J. H. & Colbert, J. A. (199 1). Revealing the mysteries of teacher-written cases: Opening the black box. Journal of Teacher Education.

    Shulman, L. (1986). Those who understand: Knowledge growth in teaching. Educational Researcher, 15.

    Silverman, R., & Welty, W.M. (1990). Teaching with cases. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching

    Silverman, R. & Welty, W.M. (1996). Stephanie Clark: From Teaching Incident to Case. Innovative Higher Education, 21 (1).

    Sykes, G., & Bird, T. (1992). Teacher education and the case idea. Review of Research in Education, 18, 457-521.

    Wasserman, S. (1992). A case for social studies. Phi Delta Kappan, 73 (10), 793 -80 1.

    Waterman, M. A. (1997, March). Curriculum and teacher development in biology via case writing. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, (ERIC Document Reproduction No. ED 407409).

    Waterman, M. A. (1997, March). Cases as tools for educational change: A research agenda emerging from practice. An experimental interactive symposium. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL. (ERIC Document Reproduction No. ED 408240).

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