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Case Studies in Geography Education as a Powerful Way of Teaching Geography



Year of publication 2017
Type Chapter of a book
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Description The case study presents how to mediate solutions for real situations to students from the environment in which they live. The case study can be generally defined as an intense study of one case (one situation, one person or several people, one problem), thanks to which knowledge which is subsequently applied is acquired. The case study represents qualitative research methods, primarily because it examines certain phenomena in their depth and in the actual context, which is an advantage particularly in the event that the boundaries between the phenomenon and its context are not very clear. Generally speaking, the case study examines two types of phenomena. It either concerns the most frequently occurring phenomenon, or conversely a very specific phenomenon that is different from normal.
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