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DOE-STD-1058-93
Case Study Type:
Objective Classifications:
COMPLEX
DIAGNOSIS, EVALUATION
Description and suggested uses:
The complex case study is a variation of the situation case study (described
later), where the problem is to diagnose the underlying issues. These issues are
not easy to distinguish because they are submerged in a mass of data, much of
which is irrelevant, and because a number of more superficial issues are present
as distractions (although the superficial and underlying issues are normally
interdependent).
The complex case study can be used within a single lesson plan or spread out
through a series of lessons within a course. The complex case study is ideal
when the trainee is required to sort out and interpret data in order to make a
decision.
Case Study Type:
Objective Classifications:
COMPREHENSIVE
DIAGNOSIS, DEVELOPMENT, EVALUATION
Description and suggested uses:
The comprehensive case study is the most widely used case study. The
information used is drawn from real situations and must be well-researched. The
primary objective of the comprehensive case study is to help trainees learn
for themselves by independent thinking. Comprehensive case studies are best
suited for a single lesson plan. They can be written based upon a single
situation, or a combination of situations based on the same theme.
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