Experiential learning in and out of the classroom provides students with opportunities to learn from reflecting critically on concrete experiences. This article introduces Case-in-Point (CIP), an experiential teaching and learning strategy that uses critical reflection-in-action within the context of the classroom environment to modify behaviors in real-time. We broaden the use of CIP beyond its original realm of application, teaching leadership, to instruction in a range of disciplines, and we explore its use to build capacity for experiential learning and democracy.
Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education
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Kniffin, L. E., Priest, K. L., & Clayton, P. H. (2017). Case-in-Point Pedagogy: Building Capacity for Experiential Learning and Democracy. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 7(1), 15–28.