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Category Archives: Experiential Learning and the Case Study Method
The Participation Tracking Tool Yesterday, we got to learn how our friends at Harvard Business School are thinking critically about call patterns and grading in case-based classes. HLS Case Studies came together with case-based programs across the university on Tuesday … Continue reading