The COVID-19 has significantly impacted the world as we know it, especially in higher education institutions. In response to COVID-19, most colleges and universities were forced to close their doors to students and switch to online learning over Zoom. Although most students are adjusted well to this new mode of education, other students, such as individuals pursuing degrees in the sciences, have difficulty adapting to the online mode of instruction. Case-based learning (CBL) is considered one of the best strategies in teaching a course like Biochemistry in a large classroom setting. Implementing CBL in biochemistry education may increase student engagement in the curriculum. Students will connect the material they learned in class to their daily lives, promoting critical thinking. The purpose of this review was to determine the effects of CBL in biochemistry education. This integrative review will focus on the various CBL study that implored in a biochemistry class setting. The review aimed to determine the implication of CBL in teaching biochemistry and assess students' views regarding the CBL.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
College of Sciences
Ripert, Ryan C., "The Implications of Case-based Learning (CBL) on Biochemistry Education: An Integrative Literature Review" (2021). Honors Undergraduate Theses. 1005.
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