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Deana Jaber

Assistant Professor
Biology and Physical Sciences
Marymount University
Arlington, Virginia 22207
djaber@marymount.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I am currently teaching organic and general chemistry and would like to learn more about case studies and how they can be incorporated in chemistry classes. Thanks!

Allison Jablonski

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Lynchburg College
Lynchburg, Virginia 24501
jablonski@lynchburg.edu
Subject: Biology

I use two to three case studies a semester in my upper-level genetics and molecular cell biology courses. They have been well received and the students appear to enjoy them.

Michael Jabot

Professor
Science Education
SUNY Fredonia
Fredonia, New York 14063
michael.jabot@fredonia.edu
Subject: Science Education

I am very interested in how case studies can be used to help pre-service teachers understand some of the issues involved in students’ acquisition of science knowledge

V. Patrice Jack

High School Teacher
Science Department
Baldwin High School
Milledgeville, Georgia 31061
vpjack@alltel.net
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in developing and using case study assessment for 9th grade physical science classes. Topics include heat and temperature, energy, work, optics, electricity/magnetism, organic chemistry, and chemical reactions.

Jennifer Jackson

Lecturer
Department of Biology
Coastal Carolina University
Conway, South Carolina 29528-6054
jjackson@coastal.edu

Lucia K. Jacobs

High School Teacher
Science Department
W. J. Keenan High School
Columbia, South Carolina 29203
Lujacobs@richlandone.org

Matthew J. Jacobs

Forensic Science/Human Anatomy Teacher
Science Department
The Norwich Free Academy
Norwich, Connecticut 06360
jacobsm@norwichfreeacademy.com
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

I use cases in my human anatomy and forensic science courses. They lend themselves to students investigating topics in more detail and give them an opportunity to see the relevance of information they are learning in class.

Megan  Jacobson

Assistant Professor
Physical Science
College of Southern Idaho
Twin Falls, ID 83338
mjacobson@csi.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Courses Taught: Organic Chemistry, Organic and Biochemistry Survey, Chemistry

Nancy L. Jacobson

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Ithaca College
Ithaca, New York 14850
jacobson@ithaca.edu
Subject: Biology

Anna M. Jähn

Research Assistant
Department of Psychology and Sociology
Park University
Parkville, Missouri 64152
anna.jaehn@park.edu

Sherry James Barefield

High School Teacher
Biology, Anatomy, & Environmental Science
Bearden High School
Bearden, Arkansas 71720
sbarefield@beardenschools.org
Subject: Biology

I have not used case studies for teaching. I want to use case studies to teach forensic science.

Sandra Jaramillo

Teaching Assistant
School of Biological Sciences
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas 78712
sjaramillo@austin.utexas.edu
Subject: Biology

I'm a Teaching Assistant for Dr. K. Sathasivan, an introductory biology professor for UT's Course Transformation Program. We minimize lecturing and maximize in-class and discussion activities, including case studies!

Sonya Jarrett

High School Teacher
Science
New Smyrna Beach High School
New Smyrna Beach, Florida 32168
Srjarret@volusia.k12.fl.us

Christopher J. Javornik

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309
christopher.javornik@colorado.edu

Lalitha S. Jayant

Associate Professor
Science Department
Borough of Manhattan Community College / City University of New York
New York, New York 10007
ljayant@bmcc.cuny.edu

Michael A. Jeannot

Professor
Department of Chemistry
St. Cloud State University
St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301-4498
mjeannot@stcloudstate.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I am using case studies in our non-majors introductory chemistry course as a means of making the connection between science and the everyday world.

Bobby Jeanpierre

Associate Professor
School of Teaching Learning and Leadership
University of Central Florida
Orlando, Florida 32186
bobby.jeanpierre@ucf.edu
Subject: Science Education

I am working with middle and high school students and their teachers in a medical school magnet program and wanted access to quality, already developed case studies to use and share with them.

Amanda Jefferson

Lecturer
School of Biomedical Sciences, Department of Human Biology
Curtin University
Perth, Western Australia 6845
amanda.jefferson@curtin.edu.au
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I coordinate a first year Human Biology unit and I would like to view case studies that are relatively simple in order to get students to understand what basic requirements are needed to sustain life. I also coordinate a third year Neurophysiology.

Josephine Jeganathan

High School Teacher
Science
Stockbridge High School
Stockbridge, Georgia 30281
jjeganathan@henry.k12.ga.us
Subject: Biology

As a teacher who is always open to learning every day in every way to grow into an effective science teacher, I started using the case studies which my colleague (Science chair, Ms. Toliver) shared with us in our Biology team meeting.

Dorothy Jelagat

High School Teacher
Science
Brookstone School
Columbus, GA 31904
dcheruiyot@brookstoneschool.org
Subject: Ecology/Environment

Courses Taught: AP Environmental Science, Honors Biology, Principles of Biology, Plant and Animal Interactions

Sherie Jenkins

High School Teacher
Science Department
West Shore Junior / Senior High School
Melbourne, Florida 32935
jenkins.sherie@brevardschools.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Case studies would be ideal in bringing relevance to the anatomy curriculum.

Jackie Jennings

High School Teacher
Science
Fort Payne High School
Fort Payne, Alabama 35967
Jjennings@ftpayk12.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Maren Jensen

High School Teacher
Science Department
Tampa Bay Technical High School
Tampa, Florida 33610
maren.jensen@sdhc.k12.fl.us
Subject: Biology

Nick  Jerrard

Adjunct Professor
Science & Technology Division
Canada College
Redwood City, California 94061
jerrardn@smccd.edu
Subject: Biology

Subjects Taught: Physiology, Human Biology, Nutrition, Introduction to Pharmacology

Parmeet Jodhka

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Tarrant County College - NorthWest Campus
Fort Worth, Texas 76179
parmeet.jodhka@tccd.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Matthew Johll

Professor of Chemistry
Illinois Valley Community College
Oglesby, Illinois 61348
matthew.johll@gmail.com
Subject: Chemistry

Rachel Johns

High School Teacher
West Carroll High School
Wardr1@k12tn.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Andrew T. Johnson

Professor of Psychology
Department of Psychology and Sociology
Park University
Parkville, Missouri 64152
ajohnson@park.edu
Subject: Psychology / Sociology

Arlene L. Johnson

Associate Professor
Nursing
Coppin State University
Baltimore, Maryland 21216
arjohnson@coppin.edu
Subject: Nursing

I have used your case studies in the past at another institution. The cases were very valuable. I am teaching a health assessment class to Nurse Practitioner students and would like to use the case studies to help them with focused assessments.

Dan Johnson

Teaching Professor
Biology Department
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27106
johnsoad@wfu.edu
Subject: Biology

James E. Johnson

Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Central Washington University
Ellensburg, Washington 98926
jjohnson@cwu.edu
Subject: Biology

Keith A. Johnson

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Bradley University
Peoria, Illinois 61625
kajohnso@bradley.edu
Subject: Biology

Robert Johnson

High School Teacher
Science
Valerie School
Dayton, Ohio 45405
rejohnso@dps.k12.oh.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I learned about this site at a summer class at Wright State University. I want my kids to be critical thinkers and I think they can get a lot out of these cases.

Tessa Johnson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Hackley School
Tarrytown, New York 10520
tjohnson@hackleyschool.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I love learning through case studies and like using the method to teach my weaker biology students. It gets them interested in the subject.

Roxane  Johnson DeLear

High School Teacher
Science
Mill River Union High School
Clarendon, VT 05759
rjohnsondelear@millriverschools.org
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: AP and Honors Biology

Robyn Johnson-Bregman

Associate Professor
Nursing
Medical Careers Institute
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
rjohnson-bregman@medical.edu
Subject: Nursing

I am a nursing instructor teaching an array of classes from fundamentals, to psych, to pharm, to leadership. I want interactive case studies for my students. I want something more then a high tech simulation, that still lets my students think.

Joseph A. Johnston

Professor
Counseling Psychology & Psychologist Counseling
University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri 65211
johnstonj@missouri.edu
Subject: Science Education

I run a teaching renewal program (Wakonse) designed to help good teachers become better. Exposing them to your work with case studies will be quite helpful.

Camile Jones

High School Teacher
Science Department
Frederick Douglass High School
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
cbjones@atlanta.k12.ga.us
Subject: Biology

Christie Jones

High School Teacher
Science
Rockdale Open Campus
Conyers, Georgia 30012
cjones3@rockdale.k12.ga.us
Subject: Forensic Science / Chemistry

Eleanor Jones

High School Teacher
Science Department
Academy of the Sacred Heart
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48304
ejones@ashmi.org
Subject: Biology

I want to use case studies in my biology, genetics, and molecular biology classes because I want to introduce more 21st century teaching methods into my curriculum. I think case studies are similar to PBLs and are especially good for the life sciences.

Elizabeth Jones

High School Teacher
Science
Murohy Middle school
Murphy, TX
elizabeth.jones@pisd.edu
Subject: Science Education

Courses Taught: General Middle School Science

Frederick Jones

Teaching Support Specialist
Neurobiology and Behavior
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853
faj5@cornell.edu
Subject: Biology / Comparative Physiology

I am interested in using this method in labs that I am developing. I have not used the method before but want to highlight a lot of participatory activities that will maintain interest even beyond the classroom.

Janice M. Jones

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

I am interested in case studies, structured controversy, concept mapping, concept paths, storytelling, and questions as a method of critical thinking.

Jeffrey Jones

Instructor
Science
Meade Middle
phreshxx@aol.com
Subject: Biology

Rita Jones

High School Teacher
Science
Lincoln Park High School
Chicago, Illinois 60614
RTJONES@cps.edu
Subject: Biology

The use of case studies will facilitate student learning by capturing the attention and interest of high school students. I hope to use the case studies as instructional tools in my biology classes.

Rose Mary Jones

High School Teacher
Health and Medical Science
Lakeland High School
Suffolk, Virginia 23434
rosejones@spsk12.net
Subject: Health Professions

Carly N. Jordan

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
The George Washington University
Washington, DC 20007
cnjordan@gwu.edu
Subject: Biology

Donna Jordan

Adjunct Professor
Natural Sciences / Biology
Athens State University
Athens, Alabama 35611
djordan3@my.athens.edu
Subject: Biology

Teaching Anatomy and Physiology requires critical thinking skills and introducing case studies allows students to learn to connect the dots based on what they have already learned from a previous lecture.

Jordana Jorgensen

High School Teacher
Science Department
Wetaskiwin Composite High School
Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada
jorgensenj@wrps.ab.ca
Subject: Biology

Helen S. Joyner

Assistant Professor
School of Food Science
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844
hjoyner@uidaho.edu
Subject: Food Science / Food Technology

LeAnn S. Judah

Biology Instructor
Department of Math and Science
Lurleen B. Wallace Community College
Greenville, Alabama 36037
ljudah@lbwcc.edu
Subject: Biology

Carla Jungquist

Assistant Professor
School of Nursing
University of Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
CarlaJun@Buffalo.edu
Subject: Nursing

I'm new to case study website and am interested in using this in my teaching.

Mary Jurney

High School Teacher
Biology / Anatomy / Physiology
Washington Technology Magnet School
St. Paul, Minnesota 55117
mary.jurney@spps.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I taught PBL at a medical school in Dominica for two years. I saw the amazing way this can lead students to learn things on their own, due to their curiosity and passion. I think it would be a wonderful addition to my anatomy course.