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? pagename=article&node=&contentId=A379552002Aug19¬Found=true . “What Enron did wrong,” with Samuel Bodily, December 4, 2002, web site of the Batten Institute, . “What Enron did right,” with Samuel Bodily, Wall Street Journal November 19, 2001, . The following essays on case teaching may be found at the website of the Social Science Research Network ( ): “Writing a Great Case 101” (with Stephen Foerster) “How to begin teaching with cases” “Why teach with cases?” “When students are silent” “Advice to writers of new cases” “The issue of air time is an opportunity for leadership” “How to observe a colleague teach a case” “Taking stock: evaluations from students” “Summer reading” “Mentoring teachers” “Opening a course” “Keys to superior teaching” “The power of student teams” “Recruiting good teaching potential” “Decision focus, action orientation” “Digital-Friendly but Learning-Focused: Action and Readings for Excellent Teaching” “'If you are so smart, why aren't you rich?' and Other Brash Questions to the Teacher” “Helping Discussions to ‘catch fire’” “Presenting Our Work as Teachers: Finding the ‘Tune’ with a Teaching Portfolio” “Repetition is the First Principle of All Learning”
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10 Curriculum Vitae of Robert F. Bruner “Transforming Thought: The Role of Humor in Teaching” Essays and Occasional Writings --continued “How Tough To Be; How To Be Tough: Four Themes on Promoting the Student's Learning” “Teaching as Theatre: Finding One's Dramatic 'Wits'” “'Eighty Percent of the Art of Life is Showing Up': Ten Ideas for Doing More” “'But Professor, I did it by the book': Confronting Mindless Learning” “'Professor, how much work do you expect me to do?' - Setting Expectations for Class Preparation” Author of “The Dean’s Blog”: . Case Studies Author, coauthor or supervisor of 459 items of teaching material, including 294 case studies, and technical notes, 12 video case supplements and 153 teaching notes. Writer and editor of five editions of Case Studies in Finance: Managing for Corporate Value Creation (1990, 1994, 1999, 2002, and 2006 Burr Ridge: McGraw-Hill/Irwin) in which a number of these cases appear. The following list is in approximate chronological order. 1. "The Real Paper" (HBS 4-375-429) published in Business Policy: Text and Cases (4th ed.) by C.R. Christensen, K. R. Andrews, and J.L. Bower, Irwin Publishing Company, 1978. 2. "Congoleum Corporation" (HBS 9-281-010) published in Case Problems in Finance (9th, 10th and 11th eds.) edited by W. Carl Kester, W.E. Fruhan, Jr., Scott P. Mason, T.R. Piper, and Richard S. Ruback, Irwin Publishing Company, 1997.
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