The Case Method. Tactical Decision Games

Types of Cases

Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man …" Sir Francis Bacon

The Case Method Project of the Marine Corps University employs two types of cases: the “conference-style case” and the “Harvard-style case.” The heart of each type of case – a decision made by a leader in a specific real-life situation – is the same. They differ, however, in the way that students make sense of the context of the decision.

The role of humility in the Socratic method by Bruce Ivar Gudmundsson

In the spring of 2010, while I was teaching my first case-based undergraduate course, a student paid me an unusual compliment. “Professor,” he said, “you are more humble than most academics.”

Experiential Learning Defined

A great piece that asks the question; What is experiential learning? from the University of Texas Faculty Innovation Center. This is an important piece for us trainers because how we develop people in the policing profession is paramount to their effectiveness on the street as they make decision under pressure on the street. The old check the box training does not cut it and quite frankly it never has.

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