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Pages: 6903-6907
Publication year: 2017
ISBN: 978-84-697-6957-7
ISSN: 2340-1095
doi: 10.21125/iceri.2017.1811

Conference name: 10th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 16-18 November, 2017
Location: Seville, Spain

CASE TEACHING METHOD - NEW TEACHING METHOD AT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES

K. Sztekler, G. Jodlowski

AGH University of Science and Technology (POLAND)
The case method is an established form of learning in many academic and professional learning contexts. However, its use varied dramatically with a strong focus on law, medicine and business. Its further applicability is now being realized. In the process of teaching at universities should look for ever more efficient methodological knowledge transfer which would involve the students in the course of discussing a certain area of knowledge. Currently, in most cases, the transfer of knowledge is done at the level of professor says a student listens and his participation in the lectures is minimal. One of the methods of activating student and a completely different way of teaching is learning through case study. Case study, is often understood as a method of teaching especially popular in teaching in the fields of economics universities. It is a method of teaching or presentation, it consists in analyzing the descriptions of selected, specific events of the field of science. It is based on the analysis of a single case, containing a detailed description thereof, which allows to draw conclusions about the causes and results of its course. At the AGH University of Science and Technology at the Faculty of Energy and Fuels, master studies MSc KIC Clean Fossil and Alternative Fuels Energy KIC InnoEnergy was introduced to the project “Advanced coal technologies”, case ‘Green Current – Poland’s adventure with biomass’ THE IMPACT OF LAW ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARKET OF BIOMASS AS A FUEL.

This case study presents connections between the pro-ecological policy pursued at the EU and the national levels with the renewable energy market in Poland, from the commencement of this market until 2016. Special attention has been paid to the biomass market. The article presents the procedure proposed by the author to draw up technical case, how to prepare this type of any particular case to make it clear to students, problems when writing case. Teaching through case studies seems to be one of the most effective methods of knowledge transmitting but to implement this solution in other areas of science can be very difficult due to the nature and degree of complexity and data availability.
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title = {CASE TEACHING METHOD - NEW TEACHING METHOD AT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES},
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K. Sztekler, G. Jodlowski (2017) CASE TEACHING METHOD - NEW TEACHING METHOD AT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES, ICERI2017 Proceedings, pp. 6903-6907.
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