Limiting your searches to case studies is not the same in all databases. Remember to open the advanced search in each database and select 'case study' from the list of resource types.
Child and Adolescent Studies and Education Research Complete
Note: Under the 'Advanced Search' section, select 'Show all fields' to reveal the article types options.
Note: Start a basic search and then limit to 'Case Reports' under article types.
Open the sample article linked below
In pairs or triads, review the following
Identify the objective of the case study and the disorder being studied
Identify the therapy (or therapies) used and method for analyzing data
Develop one or two reflection questions, as if you presenting on this article
Building your presentation
This site has many presentation templates for Google Slides and PowerPoint. Each slide has images and icons to help you communicate your research.
Templates are licensed openly under the Creative Commons License Attribution 4.0 International.
NOTE: Images within these templates should be Creative Commons licensed. It is always good practice to double check these images.
Using images in presentations
The following websites allow you to search for Creative Commons licensed images. Always double check the source of these images using TinEye (linked above) to makes sure the images are not copyrighted.
Google advanced image search
Under the 'usage rights' section of the search, select 'free to use, share or modify, even commercially' from the drop down menu. This will limit your searches to images with the most permissive usage license.
Tips for writing reflection questions
Analysis: encourage deep thinking about a particular issue
Compare and contrast: examine two different aspects
Cause and effect: why one thing led to another
Clarification: get the audience to explain something