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Title: On the Role of ‘Punctuation’ in Case Teaching
Authors: Shiva Kumar Srinivasan - -
Issue/Year: Apr-2009
Section: Notes and Commentaries
Abstract: What does it mean to facilitate a case discussion? What must the case instructor do in situations marked by silence or if sufficient co-operation and/or preparation are not available in the classroom? The aesthetic solution might well be to try punctuation rather than provocation unless the resistance to the case method is deep-rooted. Punctuating a discourse however is not the same as walking out of class since it forces the discussants to ask why the discussion stopped at a particular point. While this perspective essay has not set out a formal theory of punctuation, the author has made out an effective case for such a theory.
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