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This Handbook has been developed at the Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, as aresource for capacity building programs in which the use of cases, as learning and teachingvehicles, form a central component. The Handbook has been created with designer, instructorand learner in mind. It presents a series of design frameworks, learning processes and instruc-tional techniques, through which an actionable learning and case based approach to capacitybuilding and training can be understood and creatively applied. Within this context, the Hand-book is designed to serve a number of purposes:- To provide a resource to instructors and trainers for the development of case materialsand methods of case based teaching and learning.- To introduce a number of techniques which assist in the analysis and presentation offindings in case based learning.- To serve as a guide for the development of workshops, and other capacity buildingactivities, in which an experiential model of learning is employed.- To provide a framework within which the conceptual and technical skills linked to casebased learning can be developed systematically and presented in multiple modes.- To serve as a self-learning resource guide for trainers intending to use the case studyapproach in their programs.- To link case based learning to the process of capacity building, both conceptually and interms of program design and facilitation.
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Sir Terence Charles Stuart Morrison-Scott DSC DSc FMA (1908–1991) was a British zoologist who was Director of the Science Museum and the British Museum of Natural History in London, England.
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