The Philosophical Foundation Of The Lecture Method Of Instruction And The Case Method Of Instruction: Implications For Examinations

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Kavous Ardalan


Case Method of Instruction, Lecture Method of Instruction, Educational Foundational Philosophy


Any adequate comparison between the lecture method of instruction and the case method of instruction necessarily requires a comparison of their underlying philosophical foundation and methodology. This is based on the premise that foundational philosophies or world views underlie educational philosophies, and each educational philosophy favors a certain instructional methodology, which in turn implies a certain way or method of instruction. More specifically, this paper discusses how each philosophical foundation implies a certain type of examination.


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