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Case studies (critical incidents)
What is it: A critical incident need not be a dramatic event: usually it is an incident which has significance for you. It is often an event which made you stop and think, or one that raised questions for you. It may have made you question an aspect of your beliefs, values, attitude or behaviour. It is an incident which in some way has had a significant impact on your personal and professional learning. Read more... provided by Monash Language and Learning Online
Sample critical incident report
Example - Critical incident scenario reflection & exploration: Mental health - assessment task
Critical Incident Analysis
Case study report videos (2 videos) What is it and why? & Research and writing
Writing a case study - a guide
A Critical Incident Reflection Framework
Article: The priest as counsellor: An investigation of critical incidents in the pastoral work of catholic priests
Assessment Rubrics (this PDF includes a rubric for assessing a critical incident report, see pg 11)
Example rubric for Critical Incident Analysis for group work
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