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Does case methodology have an effect on student attitudes and content knowledge in a large non-majors biology lecture? What about case is causing this impact?. Why Case Method?. Works in other disciplines (law, business, PBL in medicine) Herreid 1994

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Does case methodology have an effect on student attitudes and content knowledge in a large non-majors biology lecture?What about case is causing this impact?

why case method
Why Case Method?
  • Works in other disciplines (law, business, PBL in medicine) Herreid 1994
  • NSF buy in ( National Center for Case Teaching in Science)
  • Is innovative and novel in biology classrooms (wow cool factor!)
  • Call for sound case research (mixed method design) Lundeberg & Yadav 2006
research design
Research Design
  • Within course design:
    • Experimental: units/topics delivered via case method
    • Comparison: units/topics delivered via interactive lecture
    • Switch design in Y2 (case topics get lectured)
    • Clickers AND Discussion used in both deliveries—case differs by story/narrative and dilemma component
  • Mixed method: quantitative and qualitative
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Research Design
  • Attitudes: Survey, discussion group observations, interviews of peer leaders

- engagement, Interest in biology, perception of learning gains

  • Content Knowledge: exam questions correlated to mode of delivery (case vs lecture), inventories?