Case Studies:

Case Studies:

You will be assigned two (2) Case Studies throughout this course; each will be worth 10% of your final grade, for a total of 20% of your final grade.

Case Studies are a unique opportunity to apply your learning in an authentic way. They “bridge the gap between theory and practice and between the academy and the workplace” (Barkley, Cross, and Major 2005, p.182). Please take the time to carefully understand the case, and answer the questions thoroughly. Your assignment will be due by the end of day Sunday of the assigned week, and will be submitted via the assignment link.

Case Studies should be no more than 3 pages in total, double spaced, Times New Roman 12, with appropriate citations. Be sure to check for spelling and grammatical errors prior to submission using the Turn It In Draft feature of the Moodle sight.

All Case Studies will be submitted through the Turn It In Assignment feature.

Case Studies:

You will be assigned

two

(

2

) Case Studies throughout this course; each will be

worth 10% of yo

ur final grade, for a total of 2

0% of your final grade.

Case Studies are a unique opportunity to apply your learning in an authentic way.

They “bridge the gap between theory and practice and between the academy and

the workplace” (Barkley, Cross, and Major 2005, p.182)

.

Please take the time to

carefully understand the case, and answer the questions thoroughly. Your

assignment will be due b

y the end of day Sunday of the assigned week, and will

be submitted via the assignment link.

Case Studies should be

no more than

3 pages in total, double spaced, Times New

Roman 12, with appropriate citations. Be sure to check for spelling and

grammati

cal

errors prior to submission using the Turn It In Draft feature of the

Moodle sight.

All Case Studies will be submitted through the Turn It In Assignment feature.

Case Studies:

You will be assigned two (2) Case Studies throughout this course; each will be

worth 10% of your final grade, for a total of 20% of your final grade.

Case Studies are a unique opportunity to apply your learning in an authentic way.

They “bridge the gap between theory and practice and between the academy and

the workplace” (Barkley, Cross, and Major 2005, p.182). Please take the time to

carefully understand the case, and answer the questions thoroughly. Your

assignment will be due by the end of day Sunday of the assigned week, and will

be submitted via the assignment link.

Case Studies should be no more than 3 pages in total, double spaced, Times New

Roman 12, with appropriate citations. Be sure to check for spelling and

grammatical errors prior to submission using the Turn It In Draft feature of the

Moodle sight.

All Case Studies will be submitted through the Turn It In Assignment feature.


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