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Anna-Marie Babey

Associate Professor
Pharmacy
University of New England
Armidale NSW 2351 Australia
annamarie.babey@une.edu.au
Subject: Pharmacy / Pharmacology

I have used case studies for my nursing, pharmacy, medicine, dentistry and science students. I find that anchoring the core scientific knowledge in everyday situations allows students to see the link between basic and applied sciences.

Sajeetha Babu

Lecturer
Nursing
The University of the West Indies School of Nursing
Mona, Kingston-6, Jamaica, West Indies
sajeethababu2000@yahoo.com
Subject: Nursing

I am planning to do my PhD in Nursing Education and my interest is how to effectively integrate case studies in nursing education/curriculum. I am currently in the process of reading various articles and I came across your website, which seems to be good.

Nicholas Backstrom

Lecturer
Applied Science
West Cheshire College - Chester Campus
Handbridge Chester CH4 7ER England
N.backstrom@west-cheshire.ac.uk

Lilia Bacu

Lecturer
Bouve College of Science, School of Nursing
Northeastern University
Boston, MA
liliabacu@northeastern.edu
Subject: Nursing

Subjects Taught: Nursing

Christopher A. Badurek

Assistant Professor
Department of Geography and Planning
Appalachian State University
Boone, North Carolina 28608
badurekca@appstate.edu
Subject: Geography

Lisa Baig

High School Teacher
Science
JP Taravella High School
Coral Springs, Florida 33071
lisa.baig@browardschools.com
Subject: Biology

Christopher T.  Bailey

Professor of Chemistry
Division of Natural and Mathematical Sciences
Wells College
Aurora, New York 13026
cbailey@wells.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I began using case studies in General Chemistry following my participation in the May 2002 Case Studies in Science workshop at the University at Buffalo.

Larry Bailey, RN

High School Teacher
Health Science
Frontier High School and Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy
Mansfield, Texas 76063
larrybailey@misdmail.org
Subject: Health Sciences

We are moving to a more project based curriculum and I would like to utilize more case studies in my teaching. It makes the learning more relevant and permanent.

Chris Baker

High School Teacher
Science
Hatboro-Horsham High School
Horsham, Pennsylvania 19044
cbaker@hatboro-horsham.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I use one case study that permeates throughout the whole semester in honors kinesiology. A snowboarder has been critically injured. Students learn how to assess her condition, predict possible injuries, devise treatment plans and continuously reevaluate her.

Sarah Baker

High School Teacher
Science Department
Nagle Catholic College
Geraldton, Western Australia, 6530

Subject: Earth Sciences

I would like to use the case method for senior earth science and environmental issues. I would also like to use it with senior genetics and inheritance.

Nina Bakketun

High School Teacher
Science Department / Biology
Kamiak High School
Mukilteo, Washington 98275
bakketunn@mukilteo.wednet.edu
Subject: Biology

Danielle Balaghi

Doctoral Candidate
Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48824
balaghid@msu.edu

Pragathi Balakrishna

Resident Physician
Internal Medicine
Orange Park Medical Center
Orange Park, Florida 32073
Pragathi.Balakrishna2@hcahealthcare.com

Peter Balanda

Professor
Physical Sciences Department
Ferris State University
Big Rapids, Michigan 49307
balandap@ferris.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Very few of the students we serve come to us with an interest in chemistry. We primarily provide general education courses for other professional programs. For most of our students, the chemistry we give them is their only direct exposure to the field. Our hope is to make them realize how the chemical sciences impact their lives by placing the experience within a larger personal and social context using case studies.

Sarah Balcom

Lecturer
Animal and Avian Sciences
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742
SBalcom@umd.edu
Subject: Veterinary Science / Veterinary Medicine

I use cases extensively in my introduction to veterinary science and practice course. I also use cases somewhat in several other courses I teach. I am interested in writing up some of the cases I use.

Jose L. Balduz

Assistant Professor of Physics
Department of Physics and Earth Sciences
Mercer University
Macon, Georgia 31207
balduz_jl@mercer.edu
Subject: Physics

We've used cases in "Scientific Inquiry," a required course for all College of Liberal Arts students at Mercer, in conjunction with some lecture.

Elizabeth Baldwin

High School Teacher
Family and Consumer Science
East Mills High School
Malvern, Iowa 51551
lbaldwin@emschools.org
Subject: Food Science

Case studies would provide me with some new and innovative ways to teach. I am looking for ways to get my students to do more critical and analytical thinking.

Epifanio E. Balmores

High School Teacher
Science Department
Adventist University of the Philippines Academy
Puting Kahoy, Silang, Cavite
epifanio_balmores2000@yahoo.com
Subject: Science Education

I would like to make a try of the new global trend of teaching science. I am convinced that these teaching strategies would really work great.

Mark Balschweid

Professor
Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education & Communication
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588
mbalschweid2@unl.edu
Subject: Agricultural Education

Alpha Thomas Bangura

Adjunct Professor
Science
Chaminade College Prep. High School / University of Missouir, St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri 63121
tbangura2@gmail.com
Subject: Science Education / Biology

I was introduced to the case study method a year ago while attending a workshop at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. I find this method very intriguing in that it's captivating and very useful in linking subject matters to our everyday lives.

Kielynne Banker

High School Teacher
Science Department
Sacred Heart High School
Kingston, Massachusetts 02364
Kbanker@sacredheartkingston.com

Bob Barboza

Founder / Executive Officer
Kids Talk Radio Science
Super School University
Long Beach, California 90815
Suprschool@aol.com
Subject: STEM to STEAM Robotics / Communication Sciences

I am the project director for the Cabo Verde Tenth Island High School STEM Project. We are conducting and reporting on science experiments on the uninhabited island of Santa Luzia, Cape Verde.

Nichole N. Barger

Assistant Professor
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309
nichole.barger@colorado.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Erin Barley

Lecturer
Department of Biological Sciences
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 1S6 Canada
ebarley@sfu.ca
Subject: Biology

Eric Barnes

High School Teacher
Page High School
eric.barnes@wcs.edu
Subject: Biology

Lea Ann Barnes

High School Teacher
Science Department
Bridgeport High School
Bridgeport, West Virginia 26330
labarnes@access.k12.wv.us
Subject: Science Education

I found out about case study teaching from a colleague. I have never taught using case studies before but it sounds like a great way to reach students who may not respond to traditional teaching methods.

Sheila Barnes

Instructor
Science
Arnall Middle School
Newnan, Georgia 30265
sheila.barnes@cowetaschools.net

I am interested in real life case studies to motivate and engage my gifted students.

Rachael Barron

High School Teacher
Science Department
Wakefield High School
Wakefield, Massachusetts 01880
barron@wakefield.k12.m1.us
Subject: Microbiology

Nancy Barta-Smith

Professor
English Department
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania 16057
nancy.barta-smith@sru.edu
Subject: English

I've used cases in professional (business, technical, and scientific) writing courses. I find that they force students to understand information more fully, work collaboratively, and think critically - attributes of professionals in the various fields in and outside of academia. Since case studies are inherently problem solving, they demonstrate to students the difference between knowing facts and understanding what they mean and what they can be used for. In other words, case studies prepare students for real workplaces more effectively than typical assignments since they stimulate the kind of activities actually performed by practicing professionals.

Sabrina Bartolini

High School Teacher
Science
St.Joan of Arc Catholic High School
Maple, Ontario, Canada
sabrina.bartolini@ycdsb.ca
Subject: Biology

Christy Barton

High School Teacher
Science
Madeira High School
Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
cbarton@madeiracityschools.org
Subject: Biology

Sharmistha Basu-Dutt

Professor
Chemistry Department
University of West Georgia
Carrollton, Georgia 30118
sbdutt@westga.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in incorporating case studies in my General Chemistry and a Capstone course to prompt higher order critical thinking skills that allow students to make connections between topics both within and outside the disciplines.

Linda B. Baughn

Assistant Professor
Genetics, Cell Biology and Development
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455
lbaughn@umn.edu
Subject: Biology / Immunology

Karina J. Baum

Assistant Professor
Division of Natural Science / College of General Studies
Boston University
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
karibaum@bu.edu
Subject: Water Quality / Water Resources

Laura J. Baumgartner

Department of Biology
University of St. Thomas
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108

Molly Baxter

Instructor
Natural and Social Sciences
Southeastern Community College
Whiteville, North Carolina 28472
molly.baxter@sccnc.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Roxana M. Beach

Instructor
Natural & Behavioral Sciences
Pellissippi State Technical Community College
Knoxville, Tennessee 37933-0990
rmbeach@pstcc.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

The case study method ties the concepts and information in anatomy & physiology with real-life scenarios. This relationship promotes research experiences as related to the allied health sciences.

Karen Beagle

High School Teacher
Science - AP Biology
Oneonta High School
Oneonta, New York 13820
Biokjacks@Yahoo.com
Subject: Biology

I have very little experience with case studies. However, I'm looking for interesting topics to get my AP Biology students thinking about science.

Brittany Beall

High School Teacher
Science
Eustis High School
Eustis, FL 32726
beallb@lake.k12.fl.us
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: AP Biology, Biology

Laura Beamer

Assistant Professor
School of Nursing & Health Studies
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, Illinois 60115-2828
LBeamer@niu.edu
Subject: Nursing

I am looking for case studies suitable for first semester nursing students.

William Bean

High School Teacher
AP Biology
Newark High School
Newark, New York 14513
wbean@newark.k12.ny.us
Subject: Biology / Anatomy / Physiology

I firmly believe that the use of cases in the classroom adds to the knowledge base of both students and teachers.

Brett Becker

High School Teacher
Science
Madeira High School
Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
bbecker@madeiracityschools.org
Subject: Chemistry

I have not used case studies, but have heard positive things from other teachers about using them in class and so would like to use them in order to encourage my students to apply the information that they know.

Sharon E. Becker

Instructor
Biology
SGC HEA Cooperative
Manassas, Virginia 20111
seblab10@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I have observed that the most interesting teachers to me used stories and case studies to engage the students and explain concepts. I am completing a 2-week teacher seminar at Cornell University where a staff member told me about this site.

Richard Beebe

Program Director
Center for Rural Emergency Medical Services Education
Bassett Healthcare
Cooperstown, New York 13326
richard.beebe@bassett.org
Subject: Nursing

Paramedics are a practical, hands-on type of adult learner. The case study method provides them with a vehicle to learn the content in a meaningful way without the boredom of rote memorization.

Michael Beeftink

High School Teacher
Science Department
Niles North High School
Skokie, Illinois 60077
micbee@d219.org
Subject: Biology

I want to increase use of case studies in teaching high school science.

Susan Behrens

Professor
Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders
Marymount Manhattan College
New York, New York 10021
sbehrens@mmm.edu
Subject: Communication Sciences

Sary O. Beidas

Associate Program Director
Internal Medicine
Orange Park Medical Center
Orange Park, Florida 32073
Sary.Beidas@hcahealthcare.com

Reggie Bell

High School Teacher
Science Department
Aztec High School
Aztec, New Mexico 87410
ahbellre@aztec.k12.nm.us
Subject: Biology

I'm attempting to use this site to help with teaching my science students. I came across the web-site over this past weekend doing a search for case studies. I'm really excited to implement this type of learning with my students.

Marissa Bellino

High School Teacher
Science Department
High School for Environmental Studies
New York, New York 10019
msbellinohses@gmail.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I would like to use the case studies to supplement an environmental science class that I teach. I believe that exposing student to real-life situations helps them grasp complex concepts and allows them to make connections to their own lives.

Bruce Belmore

Instructor
College of Engineering
University of Regina
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0A2 Canada
belmoreb@mmm.ca
Subject: Engineering

I teach a 4th-year engineering class required by all convocating students. The focus is engineering ethics and case studies are used to teach professionalism in the profession.

Merav Ben-David

Professor
Department of Zoology and Physiology
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming 82071
bendavid@uwyo.edu

Heather Bender

High School Teacher
Science
Rosemount High School
Rosemount, Minnesota 55068
heather.bender@district196.org
Subject: Biology

John S. Bennett

Visiting Assistant Professor/Outreach Liaison
College of Natural and Health Sciences
University of Wisconsin – Parkside
Kenosha, WI 53144
bennettj@uwp.edu
Subject: Biology

Kari E. Benson

Professor of Biology and Environmental Science
Biology Department
Lynchburg College
Lynchburg, Virginia 24501
benson@lynchburg.edu
Subject: Biology

Nathaniel R. Beres

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Heidelberg University
Tiffin, Ohio 44883
nberes@heidelberg.edu

Jaclyn Beresford

Middle School Teacher
8th Grade Science
Gateway Middle School
jberesford@gatewayk12.org
Subject: Science Education

I'm interested in using case studies in my classroom. I participated in a case study exercise at the Genetics Institute this summer and found it very helpful. It aided my understanding in the topic area.

Debra Berg

High School Teacher
Science
Columbia School District
Hunters, Washington 99137
dberg@columbia206.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am teaching AP Environmental Science and would like to use case studies as part of my curriculum for my students.

Kathy Berggren

Lecturer
Communication Department
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853
kld4@cornell.edu
Subject: Communication Sciences

I have just completed the 5-day Case Studies Workshop in Buffalo. I am energized and full of ideas on incorporating cases into my course. This residential learning experience was top notch!

Scott J. Bergman

Associate Professor
Department of Pharmacy Practice
Southern Illinois University
Edwardsville, Illinois 62026-2000
scbergm@siue.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

Viktoria Bergö

High School Teacher
IB Program
Aranäsgymnasiet
434 42 Kungsbacka, Sweden
viktoria.bergo@kungsbacka.se
Subject: Psychology

Case studies helps students to open themselves up to experiences and reflections and attitudes beyond their own.

Dawn Berkeley

High School Teacher
Science Department
Parkdale High School
Riverdale, Maryland 20737
dawnlberkeley@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I teach an AP Biology class and the case studies help to make teaching difficult concepts easier.

Jody Berman

High School Teacher
Science Department
South Plantation High School
Plantation, Florida 33317
jody.berman@broward.edu
Subject: Biology / Environmental Science

Case studies help my students to think critically about current issues and make it possible to connect the theoretical knowledge from the textbook to real life scenarios and applications.

Karen K. Bernd

Professor
Department of Biology
Davidson College
Davidson, North Carolina 28035
kabernd@davidson.edu

Peter F. Berner

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Collin College
Frisco, Texas 75035
pberner@collin.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I use case studies in teaching anatomy & physiology as well as developing test questions. I find that case studies cause students to synthesize the A&P data they have learned in lecture and apply it to problems.

Kelsie M. Bernot

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
North Carolina A&T State University
Greensboro, North Carolina 27411
kmbernot@ncat.edu

Penny L. Bernstein

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Kent State University at Stark
Canton, Ohio 44720
pbernste@kent.edu
Subject: Biology

I have been involved with developing and participating in hands-on inquiry programs for K-12 and college educators for over 20 years. The case study approach, including team learning, seems to me to be a natural extension of this.

Dane Berry

Graduate Student Teacher
Biology Department
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah 84602
dane.berry@byu.edu
Subject: Biology

My focus is in biology education. I try to implement a variety of teaching tools to best help the students in their learning. From my limited experience, case studies are a great teaching tool and I would like to start using them more in my teaching.

Amy E. Beumer

Assistant Professor
Richard Bland College of the College of William and Mary
Petersburg, Virginia 23805
abeumer@rbc.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Joseph Bieron

Professor Emeritus
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Canisius College
Buffalo, New York 14208
bieron@canisius.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Amanda Biesecker

Assistant Professor
Integrated Science and Technology (Biotechnology)
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807
biesecag@jmu.edu
Subject: Biology

I use case studies in all of my classes. I use cases from the websites and also develop my own. I mainly use them in a team format, in which permanent groups work on cases throughout the term. I attended the Fall 2010 workshop.

Carol A. Biggers

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lake Mary Preparatory School
Lake Mary, Florida 32746
carol.biggers@cfl.rr.com
Subject: Biology

I am always looking to enhance my lessons with other types of materials. The case studies would be an excellent addition, especially anatomy, which I also teach.

Vicki Binswanger

High School Teacher
Science
Westview
San Diego, California 92129
vbinswanger@powayusd.com
Subject: Biology

I'd like to build more inquiry into my classes and less feeding of information.

Laurie Bird

Instructor
Practical Nursing
North Island College
Port Alberni, British Columbia Canada V9Y 8E3
laurie.bird@nic.bc.ca
Subject: Health Professions

I find case studies to be extremely useful in making the link between theoretical knowledge and health care practice. It offers the students variables that promote critical thinking and assists them in seeing the material from a real life perspective.

Melissa Birkett

Associate Professor
Psychological Services
Norther Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Melissa.Birkett@nau.edu
Subject: Neuroscience, Psychology

Courses Taught: Psychology, Psychopharmacology, Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience,

Ann Bisantz

Professor
Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
bisantz@buffalo.edu
Subject: Engineering

I’m using case studies to organize material and exercises in a human factors laboratory course, as well as to introduce students to concepts in class.

Andrea Bixler

Professor
Biology Department
Clarke University
Dubuque, Iowa 52001
andrea.bixler@clarke.edu
Subject: Biology / Environmental Science / Ecology

Katharine Bjork

Associate Professor
History Department
Hamline University
St. Paul, Minnesota 55104
ksbjork@hamline.edu
Subject: History of Diseases

I am co-teaching a course called "Disease and Society" with a colleague in Biology. We would like to use case studies to connect students with some of the issues in treatment and study of disease phenomena from different disciplinary perspectives.

Allison Black

Undergraduate Student
Life Sciences
Quest University Canada
Squamish, BC, Canada, V8B 0N8

Subject: Biology

Ken Blacksmith

High School Teacher
Science
Milwaukie Academy of the Arts
Milwaukie, Oregon
blacksmithk@nclack.k12.or.us
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Integrated Science (Global), Biology, Genetics

Melody  Blanco

Adjunct Professor
Nursing
East Coast Polytechnic Institute University
Newport News, Virginia
greenfnp@gmail.com
Subject: Nursing

Courses Taught: Nursing

Karen E. Bledsoe

Instructor
Biology Department
Western Oregon University
Monmouth, Oregon 97361
bledsoek@wou.edu
Subject: Biology

Phoebe M. Blessing

Student
Department of Psychology
Colorado College
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903

Danielle Blew

High School Teacher
Science Department
University of South Carolina
lamberdn@email.sc.edu
Subject: Biology

I am interested in project based learning.

Tatiana N. Bliss

Undergraduate Student
Life Sciences
Quest University Canada
Squamish, BC, Canada, V8B 0N8

Oliver Bloch

High School Teacher
Humanities - Psychology
Rue Country Day School
Rye, New York 10580
oliver_bloch@ryecountryday.org
Subject: Psychology

Joyce C. Block

High School Teacher
Science Department
Wenatchee High School
Wenatchee, Washington 998001
block.j@mail.wsd.wednet.edu
Subject: Biology

I have been teaching Biology, Marine Biology and AP Biology for 25 years and discovered your AMAZING site at the 2013 AP Biology Summer institute. I would use these case studies for formative assessments and for interactive anticipatory sets.

Maria Heloisa Blotta

Associate Professor
Clinical Pathology
Faculty of Medical Sciences -State University of Campinas - UNICAMP
Cidade Universitária Zeferino Vaz - Barão Geraldo 13083-887 Campinas SP
heblotta@fcm.unicamp.br
Subject: Medicine

I am interested in cases for medical, pharmacy and biology students.

Loretta Bock

High School Teacher
Science Department
East Chicago Central High
East Chicago, Indiana 46312
lbock@ecps.org
Subject: Biology

I have a Biology class with three students on maternity leave, and one just found out he is expecting. I started teaching in October. I want to address relevant information.

Claudia Bode

Assistant Director
Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis
University of Kansas
Lawrenceville, Kansas 66047
bode@ku.edu
Subject: Biology/Engineering

As an education director for an engineering research center, I coordinate an NSF-funded Research Experiences for Teachers program for high school science teachers in which we expose them to the field of green chemistry and engineering using cases.

Fetene Bogale

Lecturer
School of Business and Economics
Adama University
Ethiopia, Africa
fetene1984@gmail.com
Subject: Economics / Business & Management Science

I am very interested to develop cases to teach my students. Because it helps students to grasp practical knowledge. But still I have knowledge gap. To fill this your organization is very important but I do not have money to attend your workshop.

Jeffri C. Bohlscheid

Science & Technology Manager
Food Group Technical Center
J. R. Simplot
Caldwell, Idaho 83605
jeff.bohlscheid@simplot.com
Subject: Food Science

Kathleen Boje

Associate Professor
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
boje@buffalo.edu
Subject: Pharmacy / Pharmacology

Beth Bollinger

Adjunct Professor
Environmental Science
Saint Vincent College
Latrobe, Pennsylvania 15650
beth.bollinger@email.stvincent.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I have no experience using case studies, but was introduced and thought I would try it out this summer with my course.

Jennifer Bolognese

Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Antia A. Bolz

High School Teacher
Science Department
Middletown High School
Middletown, Connecticut 06457
bolza@mpsct.org
Subject: Biology

I read about the play for bio students about function of organelles and thought this would be a great interactive and visual activity for general level students in biology.

Charles R. Bomar

Professor
Biology Department
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Menomonie, Wisconsin 54751
bomarc@uwstout.edu
Subject: Biology

Cases provide students with a new perspective to what we are trying to teach and why it is important.

Laurie J. Bonneau

Lecturer and Laboratory Coordinator
Biology
Trinity College
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
laurie.bonneau@trincoll.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

I am interested in the case topics of muscle physiology, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, reproductive endocrinology, and cardiovascular pathology.

Kevin M. Bonney

Clinical Assistant Professor
Liberal Studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
New York University
New York, New York 10012
kevin.bonney@nyu.edu
Subject: Biology

Nicole Bonville

High School Teacher
Science Department
Western High School
Davie, Florida 33325
nicole.bonville@browardschools.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

David L. Boose

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Gonzaga University
Spokane, Washington 99258
boose@gonzaga.edu

Glen Borchert

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
University of South Alabama
Mobile, Alabama 36688
borchert@southalabama.edu
Subject: Biology

I teach general genetics for biology undergrads and would like to incorporate case studies into my course.

Bruno Borsari

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Winona State University
Winona, Minnesota 55987
bborsari@winona.edu
Subject: Biology

I have been employing "clicker" cases since 2006 in my intro to biology class for non-science majors. Later on, I introduced clicker cases also in my ecology course with great success. Clicker technology and cases have been working very well for me.

Paula Borstel

Middle School Teacher / High School Teacher
Science Department
Miraleste Intermediate School
Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275
neap_tidez@yahoo.com
Subject: Science Education

I found out about the case studies from a post on the NSTA listserv. I am interested in seeing/showing the PPT case on the history of the atom. And anything else that might be pertinent to teaching 8th grade physical science.

Lynn Boruchowitz

High School Teacher
Science Department
Trumansburg High School
Trumansburg, New York 14886
lboruchowitz@tburg.k12.ny.us
Subject: Chemistry

I read about the Avogadro case on the NYS Chem Bond List Serve and that brought me to your site!

Erin Bosch

High School Teacher
Agriscience
Jonesville High School
Jonesville, Michigan 49250
ebosch@jonesvilleschools.org
Subject: Animal Science

Cherylann Bourne-Hayes

High School Teacher
Science Department
Rockt River High School
Mint Hill, North Carolina 28227
cherylann1.bourne-hayes@cms.k12.nc.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am teaching AP environmental science and this will teach the students how data is collected and analyzed, and reports are written. It will also tie in real world situations with the topics covered.

Kyle Bourque

High School Teacher
Science Department
Teurlings Catholic High School
Lafayette, Lousiana 70578
kbourque@tchs.net
Subject: Biology

I use case studies in my Biology II class. This is one way for me to motivate the students to research the concepts rather than simply rely on class notes.

Nancy M. Boury

Senior Lecturer
Department of Animal Science
Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa 50011-3211
nan1@iastate.edu
Subject: Animal Science

Margaret Bower

High School Teacher
Science Department
Niles West High School
Skokie, Illinois 60077
marbow@d219.org
Subject: Biology / Chemistry

Dana L. Bowers

High School Teacher
Science Department
Malden High School
Malden, Massachusetts 02148
dbowers@malden.mec.edu
Subject: Biology

Frank Bowman

Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202-7101
frank.bowman@und.edu
Subject: Engineering

Melinda Box

Instructor of Chemistry
Department of Natural Sciences
Wake Technical Community College
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
mcbox@waketech.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Sheri L. Boyce

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Messiah College
Grantham, Pennsylvania 17027
sboyce@messiah.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Adam M. Boyd

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
St. Mary’s City, Maryland 20686

Jennifer Boyd

High School Teacher
Science
Westlake High School
Westlake Village, California 91362
jboyd@conejo.k12.ca.us
Subject: Biology

I just attended a college board AP workshop this weekend and the instructor told us about this amazing resource. I would love to try this method in my AP environmental science and biology classes. Thank you very much!

Carollyn Boykins-Winrow

Facult
Arts And Sciences
Stratford University - Newport News Campus
Newport News, Virginia 23601
cboykins-winrow@stratford.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Subjects Taught: General Biology and Microbiology

Sandra-Lee Bradfield

High School Teacher
Biology Department
sandralee.bradfield@gmail.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Case studies work wonderfully in the biology classroom because I find that they provide real world contexts which in turn helps the learners to understand the work well.

Peter Bradford

Associate Professor
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
pgb@buffalo.edu
Subject: Pharmacology / Toxicology

I am interested in case studies in biomedical education, particularly applications to bioethics, genetic testing, and pharmaceutics.

Danita Bradshaw-Ward

Professor
Science and PE Department
Eastfield College
Mesquite, Texas 75150
DBradshawWard@dcccd.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I use case studies regularly in my classes. I teach students pursuing a career in the Allied Health field. Using case studies has become a beneficial learning tool.

Jason Bram

Instructor
Biology Department
De Anza College
Cupertino, California 95014
bramjason@deanza.edu
Subject: Biology

I like giving students more of a practical approach to the concepts taught in class. I do a lot of field trips and am looking for other ways to get students more involved rather than just presenting material. Case studies seem to be a way to do this.

Jeanette Branchizio

High School Teacher
Biology
Alamo Heights High School
San Antonio, Texas 78209-3799
jbran@ahisd.net
Subject: Biology

These case studies are wonderful in teaching the nature of science and critical thinking.

Joy M. Branlund

Associate Professor of Earth Science
Department of Physical Science
Southwestern Illinois College
Granite City, Illinois 62040
Joy.Branlund@swic.edu
Subject: Earth Sciences

Una Bray

Associate Professor
Mathematics Department
Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs, New York 12866
ubray@skidmore.edu
Subject: Mathematics

Gayle A. Brazeau

Dean
College of Pharmacy
University of New England
Biddeford and Portland, Maine
gbrazeau@une.edu
Subject: Pharmacy / Pharmaceutical Sciences

Helen Bremert

High School Teacher
Science
Summit High School
Summit, NJ 07901
hbremert@summit.k12.nj.us
Subject: Ecology/Environment

Courses Taught: = AP Environmental Science

Clara Brereton

Lecturer
Sciences
Universite de Liege
Liege, Belgium
c.brereton@ulg.ac.be

I teach English to third-year students of science in a Belgian University (Geography, Geology, Chemistry and Biology). I am very interested in using case studies to make the students use the language with a specific and realistic aim.

Donna Bresnan

High School Teacher
Healthcare Science
East Paulding High School
Dallas, Georgia 30132
dbresnan@paulding.k12.ga.us
Subject: Health Professions

I would really like to use more case-based lesson plans so the students have to do more self direction in class.

Peggy Brickman

Professor
Department of Plant Biology
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
brickman@uga.edu
Subject: Biology

Candace Bridges

High School Teacher
Science Department
Tattnall Square Academy
Macon, Georgia 31210
candace.bridges@tattnall.org
Subject: Biology

Gary Bristow

High School Teacher
Science
Lake Washington High School
Kirkland, Washington 98033
gbristow@lwsd.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Emily E. Brodbeck

Undergraduate Student
Biological Sciences
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409

E. Dale Broder

Graduate Student
Department of Biology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1878
EDaleBroder@gmail.com

Emily D. Broder

Professor
Biological Sciences
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80210
e.dale.broder@gmail.com

Stephanie L. Brooke

Professor
Psychology Department
University of Phoenix
stephanielbrooke@aol.com
Subject: Psychology

I use the case method in my face-to-face classes and am implementing it in my online classes as well. The method stimulates critical thinking and is conducive to the dialogue approach to education.

Ann Brophy

High School Teacher
Science
North Reading High School
North Reading, Massachusetts 01864
abrophy@northreading.mec.edu
Subject: Biology

I would like to use case studies in my AP Biology class, 9th grade Biology, and Anatomy and Physiology class. Case studies are a useful way to apply content information to real world events outside of the textbook!

Amanda Brosnahan

Professor
Science Department
Concordia University-Saint Paul
St. Paul, Minnesota 55104
brosnahan@csp.edu
Subject: Biology

I already use medical case studies when appropriate in my microbiology courses; however, I would like to attempt to utilize more case studies in my introductory biology class as a way to further engage my students in the topics being discussed.

Kathleen Brow

High School Teacher
Science Department
Narragansett Regional High School
Baldwinville, Massachusetts 01436
kbrow@nrsd.org
Subject: Biology

I am trying to use more case studies through which to teach anatomy - I believe that most people have more interest and enthusiasm about subject matter once they can relate how it impacts them.

Jessica Brown

High School Teacher
Science Department
South Plantation High School
Plantation, Florida 33317
JESSICA.C.BROWN@BROWARDSCHOOLS.COM
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am using your case studies for my AP Environmental Science class to look at environmental issues around the world.

Kathleen G. Brown

Student
Nursing/Massage Therapy
CUNY Queensborough Community College
Bayside, New York 11364
kcapogrosso36@tigermail.qcc.cuny.edu
Subject: Nursing and Massage Therapy

Lisa M. Brown

High School Teacher
Science Department
Westside High School
Augusta, Georgia 30907
brownli@boe.k12.richmond.ga.us
Subject: Physics / Earth Systems / Chemistry / Forensic Science

I am using case studies extensively in Forensic Science. I would like to use them in Chemistry as well.

Scott  Brown

High School Teacher
Science
DeVry Advantage Academy High School
Chicago, Illinois 60618
spbrown3@cps.edu
Subject: Science Education

Subjects Taught: AP Biology, AP Environmental Science, Biology

Audra Brown Ward

High School Teacher
Science Department
Marist School
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
warda@marist.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I use case studies to teach my Anatomy & Physiology class from a PBL perspective. I also use it in my AP Biology class to teach new concepts or to reinforce concepts my students have already learned.

Alease S. Bruce

Professor
Department of Clinical Laboratory & Nutritional Sciences
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Lowell, Massachusetts 01854
Alease_Bruce@uml.edu
Subject: Health Professions

I like to encourage students to be active learners and critical thinkers. Cases are wonderful educational tools that I use to allow students to apply newly learned concepts to "real world" situations in all of my courses. My students are health professional majors. With cases, they do not have to wait until graduation to discover the importance of the subject that they are learning.

Scott Bruce

High School Teacher
Science
Upper Canada College
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
sbruce@ucc.on.ca
Subject: Biology

I am looking at using these for teaching inquiry based curriculum.

Susan Bruce

Clinical Associate Professor
School of Nursing
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
sbruce@buffalo.edu
Subject: Nursing

Cases are vital to the preparation of advanced practice nurses. Students appear to recall facts easier with cases, and the method can complement a traditional lecture approach, making it come alive for students. I couldn't effectively teach without them!

Susan P. Bruce

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy
Northeastern Ohio Universities
Rootstown, Ohio 44272
sbruce@neoucom.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

I am using the case study method in our Pharmacotherapy sequence.

Carol Bruell

High School Teacher
Science/ Biology
Chelmsford High School
Chelmsford, Massachusetts 01863
bruellc@chelmsford.k12.ma.us
Subject: Biology

Case studies are interesting and engaging for my students. They bring concepts to life and encourage critical thinking and problem solving. I am very interested in using cases with my students to study genetic diseases, family pedigrees, inheritance patterns, and possibly expand later to study anatomy and physiology through diseases.

Christy Brumit

High School Teacher
Health Science
Fairview High School
Fairview, Tennessee 37062
christyb@wcs.edu
Subject: Health Professions

I would like to use these as a cumulative assessment at the end of the course.

Richard T. Brundage

Department of Physics, Astronomy, and Engineering
St. Cloud State University
St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301-4498

Lina Brunone

High School Teacher
Science
F.J. Brennan High School
Windsor, Ontario N8Y 4A6 Canada
lina_brunone@wecdsb.on.ca
Subject: Biology

I would like to use the cases to reinforce concepts taught and to allow students to further explore and expand their critical thinking skills.

Jeffrey C. Brunskill

Assistant Professor
Department of Geography and Geosciences
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 17815
jbrunski@bloomu.edu
Subject: Geography

Tanner Bryan

High School Teacher
Biology
Enid High School
Enid, Oklahoma 73703
tanner.bryan@okstate.edu
Subject: Biology

Samuel Bryant

Middle School Teacher
Science
Morrow Middle School
Morrow, Georgia 30260
samuelb@clayton.k12.ga.us
Subject: Earth Sciences

Using the case study method in teaching will be new for me. I am very much interested and excited to have a new tool to help me teach earth science to my students.

John Buchner

Lecturer
Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742
jbuchner@umd.edu

Germaine M. Buck Louis

Director and Senior Investigator
Epidemiology, Statistics, and Prevention Research
National Institute of Child Health & Human Development
Bethesda, Maryland 20892
louisg@mail.nih.gov
Subject: Epidemiology

I am interested in using cases to teach epidemiology/biostatistics to medical students and reproductive/perinatal epidemiology to graduate students.

Gail Buckenmeyer

Lecturer
Chemistry Department
State University of New York College at Cortland
Cortland, New York 13045
gail.buckenmeyer@cortland.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I would like to incorporate case studies into my liberal arts elementary chemistry course as a way to provide examples and practical applications of chemistry to students with a wide range of interests.

Tom Budd

High School Teacher
Science
Los Altos High School
Los Altos, California
thomas.budd@mvla.net
Subject: Biology

I use case studies in my biology honors classes to develop in students a stronger sense of real-life applications of biological concepts and to encourage deeper thinking skills.

Jennie Buetow

High School Teacher
Science Department
Auburn Mountainview High School
jbuetow@auburn.wednet.edu
Subject: Biology

Patti Bufalini

High School Teacher
Science and Math
Cayman International School
Grand Cayman KYI-1206 Cayman Islands
patti.bufalini@cayintschool.ky
Subject: Biology

I would like to incorporate case studies into my class to introduce and reinforce concepts. It's a great way of making real life connections for students.

Renee Bugenhagen

Associate Professor
Department of Veterinary Technology
Medaille College
Buffalo, New York 14203
renee.bugenhagen@medaille.edu
Subject: Veterinary Science / Veterinary Medicine

I am interested in case studies in veterinary practice and management, pharmacology, and gross and clinical pathology.

Barbra Burdett

Biology, Anthropology
Lincoln College
Lincoln, Illinois 62656
bburdett@lincolncollege.edu
Subject: Physical Anthropology

Allen J. Burdowski

Professor
Biology and Health Sciences
St. Francis College
Brooklyn, New York 11210

Lior M. Burko

Associate Professor
School of Science and Technology
Georgia Gwinnett College
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043
lburko@ggc.edu

Kathryn M. Burleson

Senior Lecturer
Department of Biology
Hamline University
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
kburleson01@hamline.edu

Blerta Burnaci

High School Teacher
Science Department
Fraser Park Secondary
blerta.burnaci@sd41.bc.ca
Subject: Mathematics

Nikki Burnett

High School Teacher
Science
Baldwin High School
Baldwin City, Kansas 66006
nburnett@usd348.com
Subject: Chemistry

Michael Burnham

High School Teacher
Science Department
Kent Denver School
Englewood, Colorado 80113
mburnham@kentdenver.org
Subject: Biology

Genomic Biotechnology course: For example, tying a methylation of Lambda DNA lab with the case study involving schizophrenia, twin studies, and epigenetics was a remarkable vehicle (!) to pull students into the relevance of this genetic age!

Melissa Burns

High School Teacher
Science
Milton High School
Milton, Massachusetts 02186
Mburns@miltonps.org
Subject: Biology

I currently teach AP Biology and would love to use some of the case studies as part of my curriculum.

Scott H. Burris

Assistant Professor
Department of Agricultural Education and Communications
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409
scott.burris@ttu.edu
Subject: Agricultural Science/Forestry

Jason Burton

High School Teacher
Science
Buford High School
Buford, Georgia 30518
jason.burton@bufordcityschools.org
Subject: Biology

Michelle L. Burton

High School Teacher
Science
West Bend West High School
West Bend, Wisconsin 53095
mburton@west-bend.k12.wi.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I earned my degree in education/curriculum doing an action research project with problem-based learning with my biology courses. I am also teaching biotech engineering and believe that scientific literacy and using real-world examples is essential.

Audrey J. Bush

Adjunct Professor
Science
Houston Community College NE - Northline Campus
Houston, Texas 77022
audrey.bush@hccs.edu
Subject: Biology

I am writing modules & would like to use some case studies for activities.

Jeffrey J. Byrd

Professor
Biology Department
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
St. Mary’s City, Maryland 20686
jjbyrd@smcm.edu
Subject: Biology

Loren B. Byrne

Assistant Professor of Biology
Department of Biology, Marine Biology, and Environmental Science
Roger Williams University
Bristol, Rhode Island 02809
lbyrne@rwu.edu
Subject: Biology / Environmental Science