Case studies can be used not only to teach scientific concepts and content but can also build teamwork skills by allowing students to collaborate with their peers and develop critical thinking. Since many of the best-case studies are based on contemporary, and sometimes contentious, science problems, the use of case studies in the classroom makes science relevant to boys and girls.

Specifically, EduTailors’ case studies deal with the intersection between Science, Ethics and Politics and general issues that affect the global population. 

For example, EduTailors’ case studies create greater awareness of how discoveries in STEM have a profound and powerful impact on individuals and the environment. As a result, this stimulates girls' and boys’ interest in seeking STEM degrees, promoting entrepreneurship and a focus on global issues.

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