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Marina da Silva

Assistant Professor
Colegio Luiza de Marillac
vanessa_gavazzi@hotmail.com
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

Christine R. Dahlin

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15904
cdahlin@pitt.edu

Dolores Dalelio

High School Teacher
Science Department
Neptune High School
Neptune, New Jersey 07753
dddalelio@neptune.k12.nj.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I teach an advanced environmental science course and I would like to use the case studies to broaden the critical thinking skills of my students. Case studies will help my students apply their content knowledge to solve problems in environmental science.

Jenny Dallman

High School Teacher
Math, Science and Engineering Academy
Castle View High School
Castle Rock, Colorado 80109
jennifer.dallman@dcsdk12.org
Subject: Biology / Forensic Science

Hans G. Dam

Professor
Department of Marine Sciences
University of Connecticut
Groton, Connecticut 06340
hans.dam@uconn.edu

Rosemary M. Danaher

Affiliate Instructor
Department of Mathematics
Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
danaherr@sacredheart.edu

Lea Daniel

Assistant Professor
Biology
Central Methodist University
Fayette, Missouri 65248
ldaniel@centralmethodist.edu
Subject: Microbiology

I have recently become interested in using case studies to complement lectures, and have tried a couple in a previous semester.

Juville Dario-Becker

Professor of Biology
Central Virginia Community College
Lynchburg, Virginia 24502
dario-becker@vcc.vccs.edu
Subject: Biology

I use cases to show students how the concepts they learn in class relate to real-life situations.

Jon Darkow

High School Teacher
Science Department
Seneca East High School
Attica, Ohio 44807
jdarkow@se-tigers.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Alejandra Dashe

Assistant Professor
College of Undergraduate Studies
Northwestern Health Sciences University
Bloomington, Minnesota 55431
adashe@nwhealth.edu
Subject: Anthropology

Kathryn Dau-Schmidt

Instructor
Biology Department
University of Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown, Prince Edward C1A 4P3, Canada
kdauschmidt@hotmail.com
Subject: Biology

Carla Davidson

Instructor
General Education
Mount Royal University
Calgary, Alberta Canada
cjdavidson@mru.ca
Subject: Biology

Tavis Davidson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Uruguayan American School
Montevideo, Uruguay 11500
tdavidson@uas.edu.uy
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Cheryl D. Davis

Professor
Department of Biology
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
cheryl.davis@wku.edu
Subject: Biology

Kay Davis

Instructor
Physical Sciences
Garden City Community College
Garden City, Kansas 67846
kay.davis@gcccks.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I have used cases in my Chemistry for Health Services and General Chemistry classes. The response from the students has been very positive. We typically use a group method and brainstorm ideas, then report back to the class. There is always good debate and discussion. And student involvement is nearly 100%.

Kim E. Davis

High School Teacher
Career and Technical Education
Irving High School
Irving,Texas 70651
ked1@tx.rr.com
Subject: Health Professions

The use of case studies for my students provides them with "real world" applications of the topics we are studying. The students enjoy the case studies and "diagnosing" the patients in the cases.

Pamela Davis


Patricia B. Davis

District Science Curriculum Support Teacher
High School Science
Birmingham City School District
Birmingham, Alabama 3520
PDavis@bhm.k12.al.us
Subject: Science Education

I have used cases to connect abstract topics to real-world events. Students want to know "why" this is important. The most important reasons are that the cases support rigor, relevancy, and relationships.

Sherlynn Davis

Instructor
Science
Crossroads North
Roswell, Georgia 30075
daviss1@fultonschools.org
Subject: Earth Sciences

Thomas A. Davis

Professor of Biology
Division of Molecular and Life Sciences
Loras College
Dubuque, Iowa 52004-0178
tom.davis@loras.edu
Subject: Biology / Anatomy / Physiology

Edvane Birelo Lopes De Domenico

Professor
Nursing
Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo Brazil
Sao Paulo, Brazil
domenico.edvane@unifesp.br
Subject: Nursing

I teach clinical nursing using case studies and conceptual maps. My education research aims to improve the resolution of the clinical case by constructing concept maps, devised by Novak.

Aura M. De Leon

High School Teacher
Science
The Palmas Academy
Palmas del Mar, Humacao, Puerto Rico
aura.deleon@hotmail.com
Subject: Environmental Science / Chemistry / Biology

I am very interested in integrating cases into my three classes: Environmental Science, Chemistry, and especially Advanced Placement Biology. I am trying to instill in my students more critical thinking skills and better analysis abilities and believe that by using case studies I will be able to do this in a more pertinent and "actualized" way of learning.

Jacques De Sousa

High School Teacher
Science Department
International School of Brussels
Brussels, Belgium
desousaj@isb.be
Subject: Agriculture / Forestry

Janet A. De Souza-Hart

Associate Professor of Biology
School of Arts & Sciences
MCPHS University
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
janet.hart@mcphs.edu

David F. Dean

Professor
Department of Biology
Spring Hill College
Mobile, Alabama 36608
ddean@shc.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Kris Deangelo

Adjunct Professor
Biology / Science
Novi High School / Schoolcraft Community College
Novi, Michigan 48375
kdeangelo@novi.k12.mi.us
Subject: Biology

I'm sitting at a community college conference using case studies to enhance community college student learning ... sounds great!

Dorothy P. Debbie

Senior Lecturer
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Ithaca, New York 14853-6401
dpd22@cornell.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Cynthia DeBoy

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Trinity Washington University
Washington, DC 20017
deboyc@trinitydc.edu
Subject: Biology

Jennifer M. Dechaine

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences / Department of Science Education
Central Washington University
Ellensburg, Washington 98926
dechaine@cwu.edu
Subject: Biology

Sarah Deel

Lecturer
Department of Biology
Carleton College
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
sdeel@carleton.edu
Subject: Biology

Tracy Deem

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Bridgewater College
Bridgewater, Virginia 22812
tdeem@bridgewater.edu

I am using case studies as part of team-based learning. I started out using case studies from the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science. After training with Dr. Herreid, I look forward to writing my own case studies!

Jeff DeJongh

High School Teacher
Science Department
Cony High School
Augusta, Maine 04330
jdejongh@augustaschools.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I've just started using case studies and am looking for more sources for my students.

Eleonora Del Federico

Associate Professor of Chemistry
Department of Mathematics and Science
Pratt Institute
Brooklyn, New York 11205
edelfede@pratt.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I use cases in introductory science courses for non-science majors that focus on connections between science and society. I am also developing a course on the chemistry of art conservation in which I plan to use cases.

Stephanie DeMarco

Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Debbie Demoff

High School Teacher
Technology and Science
Union Mine High School
El Dorado, California 95623
ddemoff@eduhsd.net
Subject: Biology

Ashley Dempsey

High School Teacher
Naugatuck High School
Naugatuck, Connecticut 06770
dempseya@naugy.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Deanna L. Denault

Assistant Director
On Doctoring Program
Dartmouth Medical School
Hanover, New Hampshire 03743
deanna.l.denault@dartmouth.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Case studies are integrated throughout both Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology courses I teach. Outcomes include reinforcement of content, improvement in problem-based learning skills, scientific process, and clinical reasoning skills.

Damienne Denham Rudolph

High School Teacher
Science Department
Martin Luther King Jr., High School
Lithonia, Georgia 30038
damienne_d_denham@fc.dekalb.k12.ga.us
Subject: Forensics / Biology

I learned about this website while searching online for a challenging activity for my AP Environmental Science class. I thoroughly enjoy the case study method. It places the students at the center of the learning experience. Very engaging!

Jarra Dennis

High School Teacher
Science
Muhlenberg High School
Laureldale, Pennsylvania 19605
dennisj@mail.muhlsdk12.org
Subject: Chemistry

Denise Dennison

High School Teacher
Science Department
Wharton High School
Tampa, Florida 33647
Denise.Dennison@sdhc.k12.fl.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to incorporate case studies into my field of teaching to allow for a global understanding of issues related to science.

Laura  Dent

Professor
Science
John A Rowland High School
Rowland Heights, California
lhier@rowlandschools.org
Subject: Chemistry

Subjects Taught: Chemistry, AP Chemistry

Priscilla DePue

Instructor
Science
Stranahan High School
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33312
priscilla.depue@browardschools.com
Subject: Biology

I am interested in aligning case studies with common core bench marks.

Jennifer Derby

High School Teacher
Forest Hills Northern High School
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525-3372
jderby@fhps.net
Subject: Biology

Tejal A. Desai

Professor
Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences
University of California San Francisco
San Francisco, California 94158-2330
tejal.desai@ucsf.edu

Lynn B. DeSanto

Assistant Professor
Department of Science
Lackawanna College
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18509
desantol@lackawanna.edu
Subject: Microbiology / Biology

Suzanne M.  DeschĂȘnes

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
descheness@sacredheart.edu

Susan M. DeSimone

Associate in Science Instruction in Biology
Biology Department
Middlebury College
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
sdesimon@middlebury.edu
Subject: Biology

Patty Desormeaux

High School Teacher
Allied Health
DutchTown High School
Geismar, Louisiana 70734
patty.desormeaux@apsb.org
Subject: Medical Terminology

Nick Despo

Professor
Biology Department
Thiel College
Greenville, Pennsylvania 16125
ndespo@thiel.edu
Subject: Biology

I currently use case studies sparingly, though I'd like to increase this frequency. Students respond quite well to this method of instruction. I plan to incorporate them more and more into the courses I teach and, eventually, write several of my own.

Pat DeStefanis

High School Teacher
Science
Indian River Middle School
Philadelphia, New York 13673
pdestefanis@mail.ircsd.org
Subject: Physical Science / Biology

Nancy J. Dettmer

High School Teacher
Science Department
Junction City High School
Junction City, Kansas 66441
nancydettmer@usd475.org
Subject: Health Professions

This offers a great way for students to learn more about the opportunities in the health field. In addition, this is a great way to incorporate the common core into daily lessons.

Amy Dewald

Adjunct Professor
Math / Science / Engineering
Illinois Central College
East Peoria, Illinois 61611
ad081a@icc.edu
Subject: Microbiology

I would like to enhance my microbiology class with case studies. Many of my students are pre-nursing students and I feel they would appreciate the case study approach to learning microbiology.

Brahmadeo Dewprashad

Professor
Department of Science
Borough of Manhattan Community College / City University of New York
New York, New York 10007
bdewprashad@bmcc.cuny.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Preeti Dhar

Associate Professor
Chemistry Department
SUNY New Paltz
New Paltz, New York 12561-2443
dharp@newpaltz.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Theresa Diamond

High School Teacher
Science
Upper Darby High School
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 19026
tdiamond@upperdarbysd.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I have instituted "Case Study Thursdays" in my honors-level Anatomy & Physiology classes. The students have even developed their own case studies for lower levels of anatomy.

Richard C. Dicker

Consultant Epidemiologist
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Atlanta, Georgia 30333
rcd1@cdc.gov
Subject: Epidemiology

I've written several cases in applied epidemiology used at the CDC, and have edited several others. See http://www.cdc.gov/eis/casestudies/casestudies.htm and http://www.phppo.cdc.gov/phtn/casestudies/default.htm.

Doris Dickerson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lambert High School
Suwanee, Georgia 30024
ddickerson@forsyth.k12.ga.us
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

I am teaching one of two Clinical Lab Science courses in the state of Georgia and my class is all hands-on laboratory and most often that format is supported by case studies. I am all about "real world" science and case studies is the ultimate delivery method.

Michael Dickman

Associate Professor
Experimental Sciences
Saint-Boniface University
mdickman@ustboniface.ca
Subject: Chemistry

Case studies are an excellent way to combine abstract or theoretical ideas with direct examples from real situations.

Lynn Diener

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Mount Mary College
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53222
dienerl@mtmary.edu
Subject: Biology

Jessica DiGiulio

High School Teacher
Science: Biology and Environmental
La Salle Academy
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
jdigiulio@lasalle-academy.org
Subject: Animal Science

I would like my honors biology and environmental science classes to use case studies to enhance their ability to think critically in the classroom and while completing their homework.

Dominic DiManna

High School Teacher
Science
Bear Creek High School
Lakewood, Colorado 80227

Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Courses Taught: Anatomy/Physiology

Dominic L DiManna

High School Teacher
Science
Bear Creek High School
Lakewood, Colorado 80227
ddimanna@jeffco.k12.co.us
Subject: Anatomy and Physiology/Biology

Courses Taught: = Anatomy and Physiology, Honors Biology, Biology, Biomedical Interventions

Frank J. Dinan

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

Brian J. Dingmann

Associate Professor
Math, Science and Technology Department
University of Minnesota Crookston
Crookson, Minnesota 56716
dingm021@crk.umn.edu

Linda Dion

Instructor
Biological Sciences Department
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware 19716
ldion@udel.edu
Subject: Biology

I use cases in addition to lecture in my introductory biology course. A new case, or problem, is introduced each week to cover each of the major topics in the course, e.g., cell chemistry, metabolism, molecular and Mendelian genetics, evolution, and various topics in plant and animal physiology and ecology.

William Dirienzo

Assistant Professor
Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, & Astronomy
University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan
Sheboygan, WI 53081
william.dirienzo@uwc.edu
Subject: Astronomy

Courses Taught: = Introductory Physics, Introductory Astronomy, Calculus-based Physics

Susan Disch

Instructor
Science Education
Indiana University - South Bend
Bristol, IN 46507
sedisch@aol.com
Subject: Science Education

I will be teaching a Transition 2 Teaching Science Education class this coming spring semester and would like to experiment with using case studies, rather than a lecture approach.

Jane E. Disney

Director
Community Environmental Health Laboratory
Mount Desert Island Biological Lab
Salisbury Cove, Maine 04672
jdisney@mdibl.org
Subject: Water Quality / Water Resources

We use case studies to introduce water quality concepts to high school students enrolled in Maine Coast Learning Expedition, a semester-long interdisciplinary environmental stewardship program for 11th and 12th graders. Students are presented with scenarios from past and ongoing environmental research projects and asked to review and discuss the relevance of these projects to their own work. Each student's research project becomes a case study for future semesters.

Steven T. Diver

Professor
Chemistry Department
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
diver@buffalo.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Angela Dixon

High School Teacher
Science Department
St. Luke's Episcopal School
Mobile, Alabama 36609
adixon@stlukesmobile.com
Subject: Medicine

Our school offers a program introducing students to medical careers. The second year of course work provides medical scenarios as we study various body systems. I would like to incorporate some of your case studies into my class.

Bethany Dixon

High School Teacher
Biology
Western Sierra Collegiate Academy
Rocklin, California 95765
Bdixon@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Case studies give students a personal connection to difficult material. I use them to draw students in and activate their critical thinking skills.

Deborah Dodson

Assistant Professor
Biological Science
Ohio University - Zanesville
Zanesville, Ohio 43701
dodson@ohio.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am interested in using case studies to encourage critical thinking and improve student engagement in class.

Chelia McCoo Dogan

High School Teacher
Science Department
Elsik High School
Houston, Texas 77072
chelia.mccoo@aliefisd.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

The case study method has increased my students transfer of various concept information in their AP Biology, Medical Microbiology, and Anatomy & Physiology courses. Thank you so much for the website and the contributors.

Luisa Don Juan

High School Teacher
Science Department
Midland Senior High School
Midland, Texas 79701
lee.donjuan@midlandisd.net
Subject: Biology

I am currently teaching AP Biology and I think that case studies would be a great addition to the learning process of my students. Some of my students want to go into the health profession and this would be a great learning opportunity.

Chandra J. Donald

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Edward Taylor High School
Houston, Texas 77083
chandra.donal@aliefisd.net
Subject: Biology

The case method has been a true "life-saver" system in my medical microbiology classes. I am planning on introducing more cases to my genetics class as well as to my 10th-grade biology coursework. The cases are very engaging, and the students walk away with a wealth of knowledge that they have researched and processed themselves!

Jeremy Donald

Instructor
Library
Trinity University
San Antonio, Texas 78212
jdonald@trinity.edu
Subject: Geography / GIS / Geographic Information Systems

I am often asked to teach introductory GIS to science classes designed for non-science majors. My hope is to use these case studies as the primer for active learning in the classroom.

Heather Donovan

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Vanguard Community School
Vanguard, Saskatchewan S0N 2V0 Canada
hdonovan@chinooksd.ca

Uli Dornhagen

High School Teacher
Science Department
Freeport High School
Freeport, Illinois 61032
uli.dornhagen@fsd145.org
Subject: Chemistry / Physics

I would like to use case studies to get students more involved by working together and getting excited about science.

Kristiann  Dougherty

Professor
Biology
Palm Beach Atlantic University
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
kris_dougherty@pba.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Cell Biology, Microbiology, Biology, Anatomy and Physiology

Amy B. Dounay

Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Colorado College
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
amy.dounay@coloradocollege.edu

Lauren Dovantzis

High School Teacher
Biology
The University of Chicago
laurendovantzis@utepchicago.org
Subject: Biology

Jeremy Dove

High School Teacher
Science Department
Monticello High School
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
Jdove@k12albemarle.org
Subject: Biology

We want to use case studies to drive our new Health and Medical Science Academy.

Melissa Dowd

High School Teacher
Science Department
New York Harbor School
New York, New Yotk 10004
mdowd@newyorkharborschool.org
Subject: Earth Sciences

I am interested in incorporating case studies into my curriculum this year.

Amanda Dowdican

High School Teacher
Sam Houston Math, Science, and Technology
Houston, Texas 77076
MissDowdican@gmail.com
Subject: Health Professions

Karen Doyle

High School Teacher
Science
Burncoat High School
Worcester, Massachusetts 01605
doylek@worc.k12.ma.us
Subject: Biology

I have seen case studies at various AP biology seminars I have been to so I am looking to start using them in my classroom.

Ryan Doyle

Former Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova College
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Beth Susan Drake

High School Teacher
Science
Towson High School
Towson, Maryland 21286
bdrake@bcps.org
Subject: Biology

I am looking for case studies and lab ideas for AP Biology. The Buffalo case studies were highly recommended by other teachers and by my College Board AP instructor!

Doug Drenzek

High School Teacher
Science Department
Arrowhead High School
Hartland, Wisconsin 53029
drenzek@arrowheadschools.org
Subject: Biology

Lori L. Driscoll

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
Colorado College
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
ldriscoll@coloradocollege.edu

Elizabeth Droke

Associate Professor
Department of Nutrition, Food Science & Hospitality
South Dakota State University
Brookings, South Dakota 57007
elizabeth.droke@sdstate.edu
Subject: Nutrition

I plan to use cases in a senior-level class on "Critical Issues in Nutrition and Healthcare" as well as in two graduate-level courses, one on "Nutrition & Immunology" and the other on "Vitamins & Minerals."

Milton T. Drott

PhD Candidate
School of Integrative Plant Science, Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853
mtd66@cornell.edu

Colin K. Drummond

Adjunct Professor
Institute for Management and Engineering
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
colin.drummond@case.edu
Subject: Engineering

Team-Based Learning (TBL) case studies have been a powerful tool for creating a "small classroom" experience within a large class setting.

Marc Dryer

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
University of Toronto at Mississauga
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5L 1C6
marc.dryer@utoronto.ca

Jennifer Duann

High School Teacher
The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University
Columbus, Ohio 43219
duann.1@thecharlesschool.org
Subject: Physical Science / Biology

I use case studies in my classroom to provide real-world context for our study of the basic principles of scientific topics.

Derek Dube

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
University of Saint Joseph
West Hartford, Connecticut 06032
ddube@usj.edu

Mark Dubel

High School Teacher
Science
Iroquois High School
Elma, NY 14059
mdubel@iroquoiscsd.org
Subject: Chemistry

Courses Taught: Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Forensic Science, Perspectives in Engineering and Science

Sondra A. Dubowsky

Associate Professor of Biology
Biology Department
McLennan Community College
Waco, Texas 76708
sdubowsky@mclennan.edu
Subject: Biology

Tiffany Duda

Middle School Teacher
Science Department
South Allegheny
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15133
tduda@southallegheny.org
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in middle school level case studies.

Jessica Dudek

Assistant Administrative Director
University Honors College
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
jdudek@buffalo.edu

Jon Dufay

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lake Stevens High School
jon_dufay@lkstevens.wednet.edu
Subject: Forensics / Biology

Amy Dukewits

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Springfield Catholic High School
Springfield, Missouri 65809
adukewits@scspk12.org
Subject: Biology / Anatomy / Physiology

I'm interested in case studies for my Anatomy and Physiology class.

Robert L. Dunbar

Associate Professor
Center for Learning Innovation
University of Minnesota Rochester
Rochester, Minnesota 55904
dunb0011@r.umn.edu

Chance Duncan

High School Teacher
Science Department
Atkins High School
Atkins, Arkansas 72823
chance.duncan@atkinsschools.org
Subject: Biology

I would like to use case studies to enhance my senior level Human Anatomy and Physiology class. I first saw this method of teaching Anatomy in use by Dr. Tiffany Huitt at the University of Central Arkansas Physical Therapy program.

Dana S. Dunn

Professor
Psychology Department
Moravian College
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018
dunn@moravian.edu
Subject: Psychology

Lisa Durden

High School Teacher
Science
Midland Valley High
Graniteville, South Carolina 29829
ldurden@aiken.k12.sc.us
Subject: Biology

I used a couple of case studies in my anatomy class last year and would really like to use some in my AP Biology class this year. I believe that it really allows the students to use what they learn in class when it is in a real-life situation.

Kristie DuRei

Honors Student
Political Science Department
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260

Kenya N. Durley

High School Teacher
Science
Charles R. Drew High School
Riverdale, Georgia 30274
kdurley@clayton.k12.ga.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Emily H. DuVal

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Science
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4295
ehduval@bio.fsu.edu
Subject: Biology

I am a researcher and university educator interested in honing my use of case studies in upper-level undergraduate courses. My goal is to foster critical thinking skills, while engaging students with the real data included in case studies.

Emily Duwan

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Seda Duygu

High School Teacher
Science
ACI High School
Izmir, Turkey
seda.duygu@acischool.k12.tr
Subject: Biology

I like using case studies for my biology classes. Students are well engaged when they are given an interesting case. Students give great answers and debate well. Small group discussions and iPad clickers motivate students a lot.

Anamika Dwivedi

High School Teacher
Science
Fairmont Heights
Capitol Heights, Maryland 20743-1245
anamika.dwivedi@pgcps.org
Subject: Biology

I have yet to incorporate case studies in my instruction. However, I would like to use them in order to engage my students and make the curriculum more practical.

Jeffrey Nicholas Dwyer

High School Teacher
Science Department
Christian Brothers High School
Memphis, Tennessee 38120
ndwyer@cbhs.org
Subject: Biology

I have had professors use case studies to connect class content to real applications. I believe the connection is important in complete understanding of a topic.

Michelle Dwyer

High School Teacher
Science
Wheaton Academy
West Chicago, Illinois 60185
mdwyer@wheatonacademy.org
Subject: Biology

I would love to see how I can use case studies in my teaching. I learned about it at a AP professional development and I have wanted to use it this year! I would love to have access to all of the resources that could help my students.