Cases in the Classroom: Part A
Cara Peters, Winthrop University, Leigh W. Cellucci, East Carolina University, Kayla Ford, East Carolina University
May 1, 2015
Accounting & Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Ethics & Social Justice, Human Resources & Organizational Behavior, Information Systems, Marketing & Sales, Operations, Strategy & General Management
case research, case writing, case teaching, Journal of Case Studies
Society for Case Research
Based on our own experiences in the classroom, at Society for Case Research meetings, and our working with this journal, we put forth that some of us really began to learn what a case was by attending the Society for Case Research (SCR) conferences and workshops, writing and publishing cases in SCR journals, and assigning cases to be used in our classes.
Moreover, the process of writing and publishing cases has increased our understanding of their value in the classroom. Thus, for this issue, our “From the Editors” article focuses on cases in the classroom.