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Good Resource - Teaching Methods [#permalink] New post 01 Nov 2007, 20:48
Found this source. Seems like a pretty good way to figure out teaching methods to at least a certain extent although I can't say anything about the reliability.

http://www.businessschooladmission.com/teaching_methods.php
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Nov 2007, 14:50
I think this may be a little outdated, since Stanford states that they do about 1/3 Lecture, 1/3 Case Studies, 1/3 Experiential learning these days. Also, which magazine/group ranked this? Harvard in 3rd, Stanford in 11th, and Haas in 18th? Wow.

Interesting link though, thanks for posting!
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