In-class Debates on Case Studies

Sometimes, students come into the classroom and there isn’t much difference in their views; either they don’t know the situation well or they adhere to the “conventional wisdom.” In my class on humanitarian relief, I do case studies of response (Somalia, Kosovo, Rwanda), each lasting 2 weeks.  Each case study ends with an in-class debates.  more… »

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