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Harrison Aakre

High School Teacher
Science
Montevideo High School
Montevideo, Minnesota 56265
haakre@monte.k12.mn.us
Subject: Biology

Case studies help my students understand the real world interactions of what they learn in the classroom. As I transition into a flipped classroom I will be able to use them to further enrich the education of my students.

Janet Aaron

High School Teacher
Science
Lawrence County High School
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee 38464
jaaron@lcss.us
Subject: Biology

I like to challenge my honors biology students with case studies. It gives them the opportunity to think outside of the box and apply the content learned in class to real world applications.

Lolita Abrigo

High School Teacher
Science
Washington Irving High School
New York, New York 10003
liabrigo@yahoo.com
Subject: Biology

I use the case study method in teaching health and also the human body in my International Baccalaureate (IB) Biology class.

Ed Acheson

Professor Emeritus
Department of Chemistry
Millikin University
Decatur, Illinois 62522
eacheson@millikin.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Geraldine Acquard

Professor
Social Science
Howard Community College
Columbia, Maryland 21044
gacquard@howardcc.edu
Subject: Psychology

I am interested in cases for an Introduction to Psychology course.

Krista Adair

High School Teacher
Science
Moore Square Museum Magnet Middle
Raleigh, NC 27601
kadair@wcpss.net
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: General Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Genetics, Forensics, Anatomy

Alee L. Adams

Undergraduate Student
Department of Nutritional Sciences
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409

Amy Adams

Middle School Teacher
Science Department
Elkins Pointe Middle School
Roswell, Georgia 30076
AdamsAE@fultonschools.org
Subject: Earth Sciences

I have found that using real world experiences gets the students more excited about what they are learning and prepares students for a global society.

Caroline Adams

Instructor
Nursing
Druban University of Technology
KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
carolnadams@hotmail.com
Subject: Midwifery and Community Health / Nursing

I am interested in the case study / problem-based learning method.

Jenna Rose Adams

High School Teacher
Science
Frederick Douglass High School
Baltimore, MD 21224
jradams123@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Biology, Honors Biology, Anatomy/Physiology, Environmental Science

Kim Adams

High School Teacher
Science Department
Columbus Career and College Academy
Whiteville, North Carolina 28472
kim.adams@sccnc.edu
Subject: Biology

Tracie M. Addy

Associate Director, Faculty Teaching Initiatives
Yale Center for Teaching and Learning
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut 06520-8060
tracie.addy@yale.edu

Adebambo Adesanya

High School Teacher
Science Department
North Charleston High School
North Charleston, South Carolina 29405
adebambo_adesanya@charleston.k12.sc.us

Stanley Adkins

High School Teacher
Science Department
Community Christian School
Stockbridge, Georgia 30281
stan.adkins@communitychristianschool.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I use case studies from the Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology text. I am interested in involving my students in more extensive case studies.

Jimmie D. Agnew

Associate Professor Emeritus
Science Education
Elon University
Elon, North Carolina 27244
agnewj@elon.edu

Chris Aguayo

High School Teacher
Science Department
Stephen F. Austin High School
Sugar Land, Texas 77498
chris.aguayo@fortbend.k12.tx.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I would be interested in using case studies to look at different perspectives and to get discussions going on in class. I think also that case studies allow the student to see what is going on in different parts of the world as well as different views.

Karen M. Aguirre

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Coastal Carolina University
Conway, South Carolina 29528-6054
kmaguirr@coastal.edu
Subject: Biology

Kelsey N. Aguirre

Undergraduate Student
Biological Sciences
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409

Rumin Aidun

Game Design Intern
Catlilli Games
Warrenton, Virginia 20186

Somi Akella

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Wilbur Cross High School
New Haven, CT 06511
somi.akella@new-haven.k12.ct.us
Subject: Biology

Bonnie Akerman

Adjunct Professor
Liberal Arts Department
River Valley Community College
Claremont, New Hampshire 03743
bakerman@ccsnh.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I attended medical school as part of my education and I believe that using case studies makes concepts solidify within the student.

Alaaddin Akgul

Dean
River City Science Academy
Jacksonville, Florida 32216
akgul@rivercityscience.org
Subject: Chemistry

Lawrence Akintokun

High Schoo Teacher
Science
Forest Park High School
Forest Park, GA 30297
lawrence.akintokun@clayton.k12.ga.us
Subject: Chemistry

Courses Taught: Chemistry and AP Chemistry

Daniel R. Albert

Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481
dalbert@uwsp.edu

Les Albin

Professor of Biology
Biology Department
Austin Community College / Cypress Creek Campus
Cedar Park, Texas 78613-4490
lesalbin@austincc.edu
Subject: Biology

I've used case studies to varying degrees in teaching microbiology for several years. I wasn't inclined to use them however as the major part of a course until attending the UB workshop.

Vickie Albritton

High School Teacher
Science Department
Warrenton High School
Warrenton, Missouri 63383
albrittonvl@warrencor3.k12.mo.us
Subject: Biology

I am planning to use case studies to increase student interest in general biology and AP classes this year!

Lynne Albuquerque

High School Teacher
Science Department
Hempstead High School, Academy of Math and Science
Hempstead, New York 11550
Lynnealbie@yahoo.com

Carol Alderman

Science Teacher Coach
Science
Coldwater (MS) High School
Coldwater, Mississippi 38168
calderman_98@yahoo.com
Subject: Biology

I used the case study method when teaching AP Biology and Human A & P for many years before retiring. I now work part-time as a science teacher coach with the district, helping new teachers identify and implement best practice teaching strategies.

Victoria Aldridge

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Clyde A. Erwin High School
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
victoria.aldridge@bcsemail.org
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using these case studies to bring real-life applications of biology and biotechnology to my students. These case studies will make biology more real-life.

Anwar Alhaq

Lecturer
Department of Haematology
King's College Hospital
London SE5 9RS United Kingdom
Anwar.Alhaq@kcl.ac.uk
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

I think the case study method is the most interesting way to teach!

Maha M. Alkhazindar

Assistant Professor
Biotechnology
Cairo University

Aleid Allen

High School Teacher
Science Department
Union Grove High School
Union Grove, Wisconsin 53182
aleid.allen@ug.k12.wi.us
Subject: Biology

I have used a few of your cases (Ebola, HIV, Bt corn) in my AP Biology class. I think it is really important to appreciate a real world application of science, the challenges with research and advancement of technology, and various opinions.

Bruce C. Allen

Graduate Student
Physics Department
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260

Subject: Physics

Crystal A. Allen

Instructor
Agriculture/Animal Science
Parkland College & University of Illinois
callen@illinois.edu
Subject: Animal Science

I utilize case studies in my animal science and crop science courses.

Deborah Allen

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware 19716
deallen@udel.edu
Subject: Biology

I teach a 2-semester introductory biology course using problem-based learning (PBL) strategies and use cases in a teaching methods course for undergraduates who serve as PBL group facilitators in my course and others at the University of Delaware.

Donna M. Allen

Associate Professor
Department of Communication Studies
Northwest Nazarene University
Nampa, Idaho 83686
dmallen@nnu.edu
Subject: Communication Processes

My classes are oriented around systems theory for communication - interpersonal, group, and organizational. I want to incorporate more case study in my classes so that students are able to think more holistically about terms, concepts, and process.

Jessica L. Allen

Program Coordinator
Department of Science and Biotechnology
Berkeley City College
Berkeley, California 94704
jlallen17@gmail.com

Mary Allen

Professor
Department of Biology
Hartwick College
Oneonta, New York 13820
allenm1@hartwick.edu
Subject: Biology / Eccology / Environmental Science

I want to present a more complete picture of science to my students. Using case studies, students learn not only "the facts," but also learn about the people involved and what their work entails. This puts a human face on science.

Michael L. Allen

Senior Instructor
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington 99164-2814
mlfa@wsu.edu

Jean Almeida

High School Teacher
Science
Bayside High School
Palm Bay, Florida 32908
almeida.jean@brevardschools.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to use case studies with my anatomy and physiology students. Case studies will give students the opportunity to apply their knowledge to clinical situations.

Mercedes Alou-Hicks

High School Teacher
Science Department
Palm Desert High School
Palm Desert, California 92260
mercedes.hicks@dsusd.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Cynthia Alsworth

High School Teacher
Science Department
Mount Olive Attendance Center
Mount Olive, Mississippi 39119
calsowrth@cov.k12.ms.us
Subject: Biology

I am seeking to expand student literacy and experience while involving them in current topics of interest to all individuals.

Karen Altendorf

Sociology Department
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078

Amy Altick

Instructor
Biology Department
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, Nevada 89557
aaltick@unr.edu
Subject: = Cell and Molecular Biology / Biochemistry

I use case studies for my honors students. I adjust the case objective to focus on cell/molecular questions. I feel that it is much more interesting for students to apply their knowledge and understand the big picture than to just memorize material.

Susanne Alton

Teacher
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School
San Diego, California 92105
susannealton@hotmail.com
Subject: Plant Science

I am very curious and interested in case studies. I teach 6th, 7th, and 8th grade earth, life, and physical sciences classes and math with each grade. I created a 6th-grade case study. MY FIRST, and it was great!

Joaquin Alvarado

High School Teacher
Science
Century High School
Santa Ana, California 92705
joaquin.alvarado@sausd.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to use these studies to better engage my students and make the material more accessible.

Ramars Amanchy

Assistant Professor
Genetics
Andhra University
Visakhapatnam, India 530 003
dr.amanchy@gmail.com
Subject: Biology / Genomic Medicine

Enrique Amaya

Professor
Faculty of Life Sciences
University of Manchester
Manchester, England M13 9PT
enrique.amaya@manchester.ac.uk
Subject: Biology

I am interested in cases in evolution, zoology, embryology, wound healing, and tissue regeneration.

Leah Ames

Adjunct Professor
Allied Health & Communicative Disorders / Clinical Laboratory Science
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, Illinois 60115
lames@niu.edu
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

I am trying to incorporate case studies for the molecular diagnostics laboratory that I teach.

Mary-Margaret Ames-Connor

Lecturer
Nurse Anesthesia Program
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-4217
mame@nursing.upenn.edu
Subject: Nursing / Nurse Anesthesia

Swamy Anantheswaran

Professor
Department of Food Science
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
rca3@psu.edu
Subject: Food Science

I use cases in all my courses. The length and depth of the case varies with the audience and the time available. In a typical undergrad lecture, I use a case at the end of some of the modules to integrate the material to assess student learning.

Franklin Anariba

Instructor
Chemistry Department
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Singapore 138668
franklin_anariba@sutd.edu.sg
Subject: Chemistry

I am very interested in the application of "active learning" as the methodology of instruction. I came to know about this teaching resource through a colleague.

Angie Anderson

High School Teacher
Health Science
DeKalb County High School
Smithville,Tennessee 37166
andersona4@k12tn.net
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

I teach Health Science Education. Classes that I teach this year are A&P, Diagnostic Medicine, & Forensic Science.I would like to use as many case studies with these classes as possible.

Gretchen Anderson

Professor
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Indiana University South Bend
South Bend, Indiana 46634-7111
ganderso@iusb.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Whether students are petrified of chemistry or bound for medical school, I want to spark their interest and actively involve them in the thrill of learning and studying in the sciences. The case method seems like an approach that will engage our students.

Jennifer Y. Anderson

Health Science / Nursing
Brookdale Community College
Lincroft, New Jersey 07738-1543
jyanderson1@mail.brookdalecc.edu

Kimberly Anderson

Adjunct Professor
Health Sciences
Baker College-Cadillac
Cadillac, Michigan 49601
kander46@baker.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am a chiropractor and went to chiropractic school at National University of Health Sciences, where the curriculum was largely problem based learning. I would like to give my students the clinical application afforded by case studies.

Laura K. Anderson

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Elk County Catholic High School
Saint Marys, Pennsylvania 15857
andersonl@eccss.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Miriam Mendonça Morato de Andrade

Professor
Biological Sciences
Faculdade de Ciências e Letras UNESP
Assis, Sao Paulo Brazil
mandrade@assis.unesp.br
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I think the case method is a strategy that motivates students to learn about the subjects.

Sophia Andrews

High School Teacher
Chemistry / Environmental Science
Mamaroneck High School
Mamaroneck, New York 10543
sandrews@mamkschools.org
Subject: Chemistry

Christian Angeles

Undergraduate Student
Ayala School of Biological Sciences
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, California 92697

Lisa M. Angeloni

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1878
Angeloni@colostate.edu

Melba M. Angni

High School Teacher
University Training Center
Mindanao State University
Marawi City 9700 Philippines
m2angni@msumain.edu.ph
Subject: General Science

I am conducting research entitled "Case-Based Learning Approach: Its Effect on Concept Understanding, Critical Thinking and Reasoning Patterns." It is about its applicability in the Philippine setting. I then intend to write cases for my classes.

Maria Annunziato

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Oliver Ames High School
North Easton, Massachusetts 02356
mannunziato@easton.k12.ma.us
Subject: Biology

I attended a 2-day conference at the University of Buffalo. I use several of the case studies with my AP students.

Amir Ansari

High School Teacher
Science
Langstaff Secondary School
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 6M1 Canada
mransari@ymail.com
Subject: Biology

Nicole M. Anthony

Secondary Teacher
Biological Sciences
Toronto District School Board
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6A 1B1
nicole.anthony@tdsb.on.ca

Chantilly A. Apollon

Assistant Professor
Division of Math and Science
Holy Names University
Oakland, California 94619
apollon@hnu.edu

Karen Krzisnik Apolloni

Assistant Professor
Fundamental & Applied Sciences
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI 48202
ae2586@wayne.edu
Subject: Biology

Andres Arango

Undergraduate Student
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Florida International University
Miami, Florida 33199

Kathleen Archer

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Trinity College
Hartford, Connecticut 06106-3100
EKathleen.Archer@trincoll.edu
Subject: Plant Science

Lindsey Arcularius

High School Teacher
Science Department
Sunset School
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33312
lindsey.arcularius@browardschools.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Amjad Aref

Professor
Department of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
aaref@buffalo.edu
Subject: Engineering

Christie Ariail

High School Teacher
Scholars Academy
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
ariailc@mail.tcitys.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to use case studies to bring a "real-world application" approach to my class. I hope they will help my students see how they can apply their knowledge to different scenarios.

Eloise Ariza-Rodriguez

Instructor
Intensive American Language Center
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington 99164-3251
eloiseariza@wsu.edu
Subject: English as a Second Language / English / ESOL

I work with international students preparing for graduate studies at Washington State University. We use ethics topics as the foundation for reading, composition and discussion/debate in our courses; we like to use "authentic" materials.

Elaine Armstrong

High School Teacher
Biology
Issaquah High School
Issaquah, Washington 98027
elaine.arm39@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Case studies look like they would bring an authentic research aspect to our discussions and help me design instruction that is more accessible and differentiated for different learning levels.

Mike Armstrong

High School Teacher
Walter Murray Collegiate Institute
mga466@mail.usask.ca

As a science teacher, I want to create and allow for learning experiences that are truly interesting and engaging for my students. I strongly believe that the most meaningful learning occurs when students can construct knowledge through inquiry.

Norris Armstrong

Associate Professor
Biology Department
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
narmstro@uga.edu
Subject: Biology

I am interested in cases as an alternative way to present material to students with the aim of increasing their retention of the material, but also as a way of making class more interesting and fun.

Rick Armstrong

High School Teacher
Science
Martinsville High School
Martinsville, Indiana 46151
armsr@msdmail.net
Subject: Chemistry

Amy Arnold

High School Teacher
Science
Charleston Catholic High School
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
arnoldad1@frontier.com
Subject: Biology

A fellow teacher at my school uses the case studies. I used a few in the past and would like to expand my use of the case studies in my science classes.

Yelena Aronova-Tiuntseva

Former Student
Department of Biological Sciences
University at Buffalo

Matt Arthur

Professor
Chemistry Department
Ashland University
Ashland, Ohio 44805
marthur@ashland.edu
Subject: Chemistry / Science Education

My interest is in chemical education. I would like to do more case studies in my work with both pre- and in-service science teachers.

Muhammed Ashefas

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Basic Sciences
Indian Naval Academy
Kerala, India 670310
ashefas@gmail.com
Subject: Physics

I have never used case study method in my teaching till now; however, I am interested in experimenting with it.

Tanya Ashimine

High School Teacher
Science
Kaiser High School
Honolulu, Hawaii 96825
Tanya_Ashimine@notes.k12.hi.us
Subject: Physiology / Science Education

I'm especially interested in case studies linked to human physiology. High school level case studies would be especially useful. I would like to use the case studies as culminating activities at the end of each unit to apply what they have learned, and I believe possibly learn more.

Hala Assam

Associate Director
National Cancer Institute
Natioanal Institutes of Health
Bethesda, Maryland 20892
hala.azzam@nih.gov
Subject: Biology

Sriharsha C. Athota

Resident Physician
Internal Medicine
Orange Park Medical Center
Orange Park, Florida 32073
Sriharsha.Athota2@hcahealthcare.com

Kirstin Atlee-Hoshal

High School Teacher
Science
Fowlerville High School
Fowlerville, Michigan 48895
Atleek@fvl.k12.mi.us

Stephanie E. August

Associate Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, California 90045-2659
saugust@lmu.edu
Subject: Computer Science

Kerri W. Augusto

Professor of Psychology
Psychology and Mental Health Counseling
Becker College
Worcester, Massachusetts 01609
kerri.augusto@becker.edu
Subject: Psychology

Lynn Austin

Associate Professor
Allied Health
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
lynn.austin@wku.edu
Subject: Dental Medicine

Ece Yasar Avci

High School Teacher
Biology
The Koc School
Istanbul, Turkey
ecey@kocschool.k12.tr
Subject: Biology

David E. Avery

Associate Professor
Department of Arts and Sciences
Maine Maritime Academy
Castine, Maine 04420
david.avery@mma.edu

Leon Awee

Student
School of Psychological and Clinical Sciences
Charles Darwin University
Casuarina, Australia
s250863@cdu.edu.au
Subject: Psychology

I am currently interested in learning more about abnormal psychology and how case studies are prepared. With the new changes in the DSM it is always exciting to explore how practitioners deal with such changes.

Martha Aynardi

Senior Lecturer
Biology Department
Penn State Berks
Reading, Pennsylvania 19610-6009
mwa1@psu.edu
Subject: Cell Biology

I teach upper-level courses in microbiology and physiology. These two disciplines, related to the medical profession, lend themselves to learning by case study.

James Ayugi

Lecturer
Psychiatry
Botswana Medical School
ayugijo@yahoo.com
Subject: Psychiatry / Medicine

I recently joined the faculty at a new medical school using case studies in teaching.