A major advantage of utilizing Case Studies in teaching curriculum is that students are actively developing an array of skills that can be used interchangeably in varying industries.
Students learn how to solve issues and navigate ambiguities for complex global issues with their peers
Students learn how develop quantitative skills and use tech tools to help strengthen their Case Study findings
Students learn how to make decisions within global, diverse working teams and through interactive collaboration
Students become familiar with collecting research and presenting this research in creative data visualization formats
The Scientific Method
Our Case Study Curriculum is centered around the Scientific Method. Often forgotten outside of a Science classroom, our goal is to bring back this Method and apply it across multiple disciplines. Our tailored Scientific Method approach provides students a platform to begin understanding the world through observation, analysis and deduction. More importantly, this framework guides the way our students develop new ways to think and organize their ideas in a collective group.
The inspiration behind NetWings Case Studies came from one of our Co-Founder's experience at Harvard Business School and Yale School of Management undergraduate summer programs. Her first time working with Case Studies, she quickly became enthralled. Working with global peers studying different topics, she gained invaluable perspective. Noticing that the Case Study Method was only used in a select number of schools, had it not been for these experiences, she would have never been exposed to it. Motivated to share this experience, the Cases Study Method became central to NetWings.