Teaching Cases in Nonprofit Education: Open Call for Chapters
Saturday, August 29, 2020
Teaching Cases in Nonprofit Education
Open Call for Chapters in edited volume published by Sagamore Publishing
Emma A. Powell, PhD, CNP
Political Science and Public Administration
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI
Paloma Raggo, PhD.
Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership
School of Public Policy and Administration
Carleton University, Canada
Please send completed manuscripts no later than January 5, 2021 to
email@example.com . Please follow the instructions below for submission
Please note that the contributors can submit cases based on real life events or fictionalized cases.
The teaching case method has gained in popularity across campuses. Traditionally used in Business Schools, it is now an approach widely used in public policy, public administration, and nonprofit studies departments. The stated goal of this method is to expose students to a situation where they need to discuss and explore the implications in light of the learning objectives set by the instructor. Cases are used to promote critical thinking skills and collaboration among students.
Despite instructors and students generally enjoying this engaged approach to learning, as any
teacher in the nonprofit education sector will attest, finding a large variety of engaging and
relevant cases is often challenging. This edited volume will fill this gap by offering a diverse range of teaching cases to be used in nonprofit education classrooms.
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