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Amanda GaileyHigh School Teacher
North Hall High School
Gainesville, Georgia 30506
Susannah GalAssociate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Binghamton, New York 13902-6000
I believe students learn more about how the scientific method works and how to apply their knowledge when using a case study approach. I also think that it makes scientists seem more human, gives students other careers to consider, and encourages students to more actively learn the subject material. Let's teach them how to think rather than what to think.
Susan M. GalatowitschProfessor of Restoration Ecology
Water Resources Program
University of Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108
Anne GalbraithAssociate Professor
Department of Biology
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
Jay GalbraithHigh School Teacher
Passaic High School
Passaic, New Jersey 07055
Kathy GallucciAssociate Professor
Elon, North Carolina 27244
I attended the June 2002 Case Studies in Science workshop in Buffalo and have used cases from the website, some in their entirety, and others in part.
Department of Chemistry
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
Alice J.A. GardnerAssociate Professor
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Worcester, Massachusetts 01608
I use pharmacology-based cases in our elective "Evidence-Based Pharmacology: A Problem-based Approach" course. Various pharmacology topics are covered in the course. The goal is to develop a collaborative and active learning environment for the students.
Danielle GarneauAssistant Professor
Center for Earth & Environmental Science
Plattsburgh, New York 12901
I use cases in my general biology and vertebrate natural history classes as group work. They seem to generate discussion and give the students great applied examples of concepts.
Karin GastreichAssistant Professor
Kansas City, Missouri 64145
Lisa A. GayInstructor
Brown Mackie College South Bend
South Bend, Indiana 46635
I especially like the progressive case studies because they encourage critical thinking. And they can be used well in group activities.
Timothy GayHigh School Teacher
Boston Latin School
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
I am currently working with a colleague to develop an environmental science curriculum. We both believe that the true nature of learning is through the process of discovery, and plan on embedding case studies within every unit we cover in our course.
Kathy GaydoshHigh School Teacher
John F. Kennedy High School
Waterbury, Connecticut 06708
Michaela A. GazdikAssistant Professor of Molecular Biology
Ferrum, Virginia 24151
Jon R. GeigerEducation Director
The Jackson Laboratory
Bar Harbor, Maine 04609-1500
I am a director of educational programs at an independent, non-profit cancer and mammalian genetics research lab. We use cases to introduce the students who come to our programs to basic genetics concepts and the ethical use of animals in research.
Cathy GelnettHigh School Teacher
Francis Howell High School
St. Charles, Missouri 63304
Robert GemmillHigh School Teacher
Poquoson High School
Poquoson, Virginia 23662
My students come alive with case studies because they are real life situations that readily pertain to class information. I use case studies that I've collected and would love to be part of a network of educators that shares them.
Kristen S. GenetProfessor
Anoka Ramsey Community College
Coon Rapids, Minnesota 55433
I am interested in cases dealing with evolution, population or community ecology, and climate change.
Massimo GiannobileHigh School Teacher
St. Marguerite d'Youville Secondary School
Brampton, Ontario, Canada L6R 2W5
Judith R. GibberLecturer
New York, New York 10027
J. Phil GibsonAssociate Professor
Departments of Zoology, Botany, and Microbiology
University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma 73019
Brenda GilbertAdjunct Professor
Anthony J. Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Teaneck, New Jersey 07666
Case studies allow the students to research, analyze, and make recommendations regarding the outcome of the case scenario. In addition, because everyone's recommendations or solutions are different, it creates an opportunity for a dialogue/conversation.
Louise GilchristClinical Assistant Professor
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
I am interested in cases for biomechanics, both for physical therapy and exercise/sports science.
Lynne H. GildensophAssociate Professor
St. Catherine University
St. Paul, Minnesota 55101
Sherry GinnInstructor of Psychology
Program in Social Sciences
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
Concord, North Carolina 28027
Le Moyne College
Syracuse, New York 13214-1399
I am interested in the use of historical cases to teach scientific method and chemistry content.
Boone County Fire Protection District
Columbia, Missouri 65202
Our responsibilities include preparing EMTs and Paramedics to critically think under pressure. Case studies are clearly an excellent tool for this task and something that we must learn more about.
Science / Social Studies
Greenville, North Carolina 27834
School of Biological and Conservation Sciences
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Durban 4000, South Africa
I have been using role-playing simulations, lasting several weeks, in a coastal ecology course to illustrate the complexity of managing coastal environments. I am always looking for new scenarios to use.
Alan GleueHigh School Teacher
Lawrence High School
Lawrence, Kansas 66045
Jessica GoldsteinHigh School Teacher
Science - Honors Physics, Anatomy & Physiology
KIPP San Jose Collegiate
San Jose, California 95133
I am teaching my high school anatomy and physiology class almost completely with case studies. I love it! It's my first year doing this and I am still learning.
Martha Jane GolemanAssociate Professor
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Columbus, Ohio 43210
Amanda GonzalezHigh School Teacher
Springfield High School of Science and Technology
Springfield, Massachusetts 01108
I was in an AP Biology workshop and heard very good things about this site and how case studies can supplement student learning. I want students to make connections between what they have learned to real world examples.
Beatriz GonzalezAssociate Professor
Deparrtment of Natural Sciences
Santa Fe College
Gainesville, Florida 32606
I would like to try a case study with my students. I became aware of them (and your website) through the Cell Biology BIOSCOPES workshops.
Deserae GoodHigh School Teacher
Argyle High School
Argyle, Texas 76226
Josefina GoodwinHigh School Teacher
Raleigh Egypt High School
Memphis, Tennessee 38128
I'm teaching AP Environmental Science this year so case studies will be a big help for me and my students.
Reginald GoodwinHigh School Teacher
Manor High School
Manor, Texas 78653
I am interested in using the case study method to illustrate high school physics in an engaging, dynamic manner such that time will be ignored and the bell secondary.
Johnthan GordonHigh School Teacher
Salem High School
Conyers, Georgia 30013
I am interested in using case studies for my science classes.
Robert GoreyHigh School Teacher
Summit Country Day School
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Case studies give my students an opportunity to apply their knowledge to a real life case.
Laura GoshkoAdjunct Clinical Instructor
Physician Assistant Studies
Potsdam, New York 13699
Caroline A. GouldAssistant Professor
Educational Psychology in Teacher Education
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
My interest in the use of cases grew out of my interest in and use of experiential learning strategies for students involved in studying human rights issues in lifespan development. This is a valuable tool for encouraging self-reflection.
Tamar L. GouletAssociate Professor
Department of Biology
University of Mississippi
University, Mississippi 38677
I believe that the lecture method is not the most effective way of teaching and have therefore turned to case studies.
Anand GourishankarAssistant Professor
University of Texas Medical School at Houston
Houston, Texas 77030
I believe that case study is an active process of analysis, decision making and application of knowledge.
Joan-Beth GowAssistant Professor
Anna Maria College
Paxton, Massachusetts 01612
See the Center for Integrated Learning in Higher Education website at www.becker.edu/network/cithe. The Center is designed to be a collaborative resource for those engaging in, or interested in being involved with, integrated learning. While CITHE is not exclusively case-study directed, we have found that case study methodology lends itself well to integrated learning.
Kimberly GrantInstructional Facilitator / High School Teacher
Clayton County Public Schools
Jonesboro, Georgia 30236
Mary Rose GrantAssistant Professor
School for Professional Services
Saint Louis University
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
I primarily teach non-majors' biology and related life science courses for adult learners. Cases present an opportunity to connect classroom theory with real world application. Using cases enhances and expands active, collaborative, and experiential teaching strategies, which are in line with my teaching philosophy for adult pedagogy.
Robert H. GrantAssociate Editor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Hannah GrazianoHigh School Teacher
Robinson High School
Tampa, Florida 33616
I am an AP Biology teacher who is interested in incorporating more critical thinking activities and exercises into my already packed curriculum. I also teach pre-AP Biology, and want to expose them to how to approach a case study, so they are more familiar with the case study process and have exposure to higher order thinking.
Angela GreenDepartment of Biological Sciences
Western Illinois University
Macomb, Illinois 64115
Janelle GreenHigh School Teacher
Wilton Public School
Wilton, North Dakota 58579
Renea GreeneHigh School Teacher
St. Paul's Episcopal School
Mobile, Alabama 36608
I love using case studies when teaching Anatomy and Physiology. Most of my students are pre-med and enjoy researching the symptoms and then coming up with a diagnosis. I am very excited about incorporating more case studies in my classes.
Jeff GreensladeHigh School Teacher
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
I am looking to get started in this area of my teaching so I don't have a lot of experience, but I do wish to develop some inquiry based learning while allowing my students to take control of what excites them and become student centered.
Elizabeth GregorieHigh School Teacher
Walker High School
Ruth Ann GreulingOffice of the Provost
Northern New Mexico College
Espanola, New Mexico 87532
Alicia GrierHigh School Teacher
North Clayton High School
College Park,Georgia 30349
Dione GriffinHigh School Teacher
Mundy's Mill High School
Jonesboro, Georgia 30228
Natural Science Department
Loyola Marymount Univeristy
Los Angeles, California 90045
I used case studies with introductory biology students, who enjoyed them immensely and greatly appreciated their learning value. I want to use more active learning in my classes, especially with direction from me, and these are structured to enable that.
Maureen GriffinSchool Instructional Leader / Adjunct Professor
Chemistry / Education
Hoover High School / Drake University
Des Moines, Iowa 50310
I have used the case method in my high school classrooms in the past as well as in my college classroom on several levels. I am a constructivist from the get go and this medium fits in beautifully with my teaching style.
Karin A. GrimnesProfessor of Biology
Alma, Michigan 48801
David J. GriseAssistant Professor
Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi, Texas 78412
Rosalind H. GroenewoudUndergraduate Student
Quest University Canada
Squamish, BC, Canada, V8B 0N8
Kelley W. GrorudAssociate Professor
Biological Sciences Department
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Robert W. GrossmanProfessor
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49006
I've used cases in my courses for lectures, cooperative learning activities, and exams. I'm interested in increasing the depth of student learning and helping them to retain the material they learn. I find cases help me achieve these goals.
Ingolf GruenAssociate Professor
Department of Food Science
University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri 65211
After taking the University at Buffalo Case Studies in Science workshop in May of 2002, I decided to change the teaching approach for my Food Chemistry and Analysis course over to a peer-learning with case studies approach.
Carolyn E. GrygielAssociate Professor / Program Director
Natural Resources Management Program
North Dakota State University
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
I use cases in Natural Resources Management Graduate/Undergraduate Seminar, the "capstone course" for our program. They provide an excellent opportunity for students to apply what they have learned to real-life situations and to appreciate the complexity involved in developing practical solutions.
Edwin GuevaraHigh School Teacher
Institute of Notre Dame
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Your site was recommended by a fellow teacher and it looks like a wonderful resource.
Eric GuiseHigh School Teacher
Pennington, New Jersey 08534
I use case studies all the time to examine controversial and debatable issues in bioethics.
Miriam GulottaAdjunct Professor / K-12 Science/Math Tutor
William Paterson University
Wayne, New Jersey 07470-2103
I teach chemistry to a lot of different types of college groups as well as a variety of kids with cancer and other blood disorders. Case studies help make relevance "real" to students and they also tie chemistry into the student's area of interest.
Karin GunsHigh School Teacher
The Hun School of Princeton
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
I have used your site for many years at a different job. I recently retired from teaching at Pemberton Township High School for 25 years. I am now employed as a teacher at The Hun School of Princeton. Thank you for this excellent resource.
Tulsi GurungLower Secondary School Teacher
I learned about case studies from a friend. I love to make my students write a hypothesis about the topic to make them think creatively.