The case method is a way to more fully engage high school students in learning history and civics. This episode describes the case method and provides information about free training for U.S. History, Government and Civics teachers in grades 9 through 12, provided by Harvard Professor David Moss and the Case Method Institute for Education and Democracy. Listen to the voices of teachers and students who have participated in a demonstration of the method as they explain why it should be used more widely in high schools.
This episode is great for teachers, high school students, and anyone interested in education about civics. You can learn more about the Case Method Institute by visiting its website and can apply for CMI’s professional development opportunities here.