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Toni Lafferty

High School Teacher
Science Department
C.H. Yoe High School
Cameron, Texas 76520
tlafferty@cameronisd.net
Subject: Biology / Anatomy / Physiology / Plant Science

Sarah Lagman

Middle School Teacher
Science Department
Charles Carroll Middle School
New Carrollton, Maryland 20784
sarah.lagman@pgcps.org
Subject: Science Education

I am currently a third-year seventh grade science teacher and am planning to implement case studies in my class this year. Since most of these are written at a high school or college level, I plan to adapt them to a middle school level.

Mike Lago

High School Teacher
Science
Newtown High School
Sandy Hook, Connecticut 06482
mlago091@gmail.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Christine A. Lai

Assistant Professor
Business Department
Buffalo State College
Buffalo, New York 14226
laica@buffalostate.edu
Subject: Business / Management Science

Summer Lail

High School Teacher
Science
East Burke High School
Connelly Springs, North Carolina 28612
sesmith@burke.k12.nc.us
Subject: Biology

I enjoy using case studies in my biology class to help students get familiar with disease and medical technology.

Tim Lair

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lincoln County High School
Stanford, Kentucky 40484
tim.lair@lincoln.kyschools.us
Subject: Chemistry

Jacque Lamb

High School Teacher
Science
Rutgers Preparatory School
Somerset, NJ 08873
jlamb@rutgersprep.org
Subject: Biology

Subjects Taught: Biology

Dagmar Lambert

High School Teacher
Special Education
Piney Ridge Center
Waynesville, Missouri 65583
dlambert@waynesville.k12.mo.us
Subject: Biology

Jalene M. LaMontagne

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Science
DePaul University
Chicago, Illinois 60657
jlamont1@depaul.edu
Subject: Biology

Brian R. Lancor

Lecturer
Department of Chemistry, Geoscience, & Physics
Edgewood College
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
blancor@edgewood.edu

Rachael A. Lancor

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry, Geoscience, & Physics
Edgewood College
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
rlancor@edgewood.edu
Subject: Physics

Edward R. Landa

Adjunct Professor
Department of Environmental Science and Technology
University of Maryland, College Park
College Park, Mar 20742
erlanda@umd.edu
Subject: Environment

Theresa Landon

High School Teacher
Science
Antelope High School
Antelope, California 95843
tlandon@rjuhsd.us
Subject: Biology

Iona Lane

High School Teacher
Science Department
Emirates International School Meadows
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
ionalane1980@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I am currently teaching IB Environmental Systems and Societies and have a need for case studies to support the learning of the students.

Eric Lang

High School Teacher
Science Department
Freedom High
Orlando, Florida 32837
eric.lang@ocps.net
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Michael S. Langan

Assistant Professor
General Internal Medicine
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Columbus, Ohio 43221
Michael.langan@osumc.edu
Subject: Medicine

David Langley

Director
Center for Teaching and Learning
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455
langl029@umn.edu
Subject: Veterinary Science / Medicine

I am providing a three-day seminar on case-based teaching at the University this summer. The attendees are from Africa and have a vet med background, hence the note above to get access to cases based on veterinary medicine.

Blair Lanier

High School Teacher
Ecole D'Humanite
CH-6085 Hasliberg Goldern Switzerland
blair.lanier@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Responsible teaching requires us to expose students to issues in our world and help them to develop the skills needed to understand, address, and affect those issues intellectually, tangibly, and proactively. Case studies provide the means to do so.

Tom Lankenau

High School Teacher
Science Department
Gonzaga Preparatory School
Spokane, Washington 99207
tlankenau@gprep.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I heard about your site at an AP En Ed conference. I am interested in using the cases for classes, especially discussion and analysis. thank you.

Deanna Lankford

Adjunct Professor
Office of Science Outreach
University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri 65211
lankfordd@missouri.edu
Subject: Science Education / Biology

I was a high school biology teacher for 24 years. I completed a PhD in Science Education at the University of Missouri in 2010. My interest is in engaging students and teachers in inquiry-based investigations into science topics.

Sylviane L. Lantin

College Teacher
Biology Department
Cégep de l'Outaouais / Campus Gabrielle-Roy
Québec, Canada J8Y 6M4
sylviane.lantin@cegepoutaouais.qc.ca
Subject: Biology

With my colleague, we have prepared a new course: Neurosciences, hormones et sexualité (in French, we are located in Quebec). Someone recommended strongly that we use your material. We would like to see if we can integrate it.

Juliette Lantz

Associate Professor
Chemistry Department
Drew University
Madison, New Jersey 07940
jlantz@drew.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I lead a consortium of chemists developing novel Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning materials for analytical chemistry classes. The approach helps students develop critical thinking and data analysis, problem solving, and communication skills.

Karen LaPorte

High School Teacher / Chemistry
Science Department
South Side High School
Rockville Centre, New York 11570
klaporte@rvcschools.org
Subject: Chemistry

I would like to use the case studies to develop scientific literacy in my classroom. Students have difficulty reading and comprehending publications that deal with science.

Ali Larijani

High School Teacher
Science/Special Education
Palmer High School
Palmer, AK
alireza.larijani@matsuk12.us
Subject: Earth Sciences

Courses Taught: Earth Sciences

Margaret M. Larrousse

Associate Professor of Chemistry
Department of Natural Science
Mount St. Mary College
Newburgh, New York 12550
margaret.larrousse@msmc.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Randolph K. Larsen, III

Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
St. Mary’s City, Maryland 20686
rklarsen@smcm.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Renee Larson

Honors Student
Biology Department
Canisius College
Buffalo, New York

Axel Larson III

High School Teacher
Science
Revere High School
Revere, Massachusetts 02151
alarson@revere.mec.edu
Subject: Biology

Meredith Latchaw

High School Teacher
Science Department
Grandview High School
Aurora, Colorado 80016
mlatchaw@cherrycreekschools.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am interested in any case study in regards to environmental sciences for the APES class that I teach.

Sandra M. Latourelle

Lecturer
Biological Sciences
SUNY Plattsburgh
Plattsburgh, New York 12901
latours@plattsburgh.edu
Subject: Biology

I find that case studies very strongly promote critical thinking, something all of us need for 21st-century living. I have been using case studies for several years, but recently have written two online courses revolving around cases from the University at Buffalo's National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science.

Chanel Laughlin

High School Teacher
Science
Bonanza High School
Las Vegas, Nevada 89146
cllaughlin@interact.ccsd.net

Amanda R. Laurenceau

Department of Psychology and Sociology
Park University
Parkville, Missouri 64152

Anne Marie Lavelle

High School Teacher
Science
St. Edward High School
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
amlavelle@sehs.net
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in combining the case study method with general inquiry based laboratory assignments. I am new to the case study method and think cases are an excellent way to motivate science and non-science students.

Gary H.  Laverty

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware 19716
laverty@udel.edu

Mary Lavin Mooradian

High School Teacher
Science Department
Guilford High School
Guilford, Connecticut 06437
Mooradianm@guilford.k12.ct.us
Subject: Biology

I am new to this method, however I have been referred to the site in my AP Biology workshop and it looks very interesting.

Beth Lawrence

Assistant Professor
Environmental Science
DePaul University
Chicago, Illinois 60660
balawrence2@gmail.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am committed to active learning and as a new faculty member am interested in learning about different methods of improving student learning and effective teaching in the environmental sciences.

Andrew G. Lazowski

Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
lazowskia@sacredheart.edu
Subject: Mathematics

Natalie Leach

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Northern Virginia Community College
nleach@nvcc.edu
Subject: Biology

Stefanie Leacock

Lecturer
Biology Instructional Office
University of Texas - Austin
stefanie.leacock@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I am trying to make my lectures more interactive in an Honors Intro Biology course.

Robert Leaf

Assistant Professor - Department of Coastal Sciences
Gulf Coast Research Laboratory
The University of Southern Mississippi
Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564
Robert.Leaf@usm.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Kimberley Leahey

Middle School Teacher
Science Department
Thurgood Marshall Middle
Temple Hills, Maryland 20748
kimberle.leahey@pgcps.org
Subject: Biology

Marian Leal

Instructor
Biology Department
Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
lealm@sacredheart.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am tired of using PowerPoints and find that students are bored with them too. I am looking for ways to teach better in class and online.

Celeste A. Leander

Instructor
Department of Biology & Zoology
The University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6T 1Z4
cleander@interchange.ubc.ca
Subject: Biology

Hollie L. Leavitt

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
College of Western Idaho
Nampa, Idaho 83651
hollieleavitt@cwidaho.cc

Laurie LeBlanc

Instructor
Chemistry Department
Cuyamaca College
El Cajon, California 92019
laurie.leblanc@gcccd.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in developing cases that integrate other disciplines into my general chemistry laboratory. I have done several of these with biology in the area of forensic science. I would be interested in collaborating with others who like this idea.

Roger LeBlanc

High School Teacher
Science / Biology
Mountain Pointe High School
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
rleblanc@tuhsd.k12az.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to change the format of my teaching. I use a modified form of case study now in my teaching. A teacher at our school explained case study to our department.

Jennifer LeClair

High School Teacher
Science Department
San Diego High School of Science and Technology
jleclair@sandi.net
Subject: Biology

Charles A. Lee

High School Teacher
Science Department
Trigg County High School
Cadiz, Kentucky 42211
charles.lee@trigg.kyschools.us
Subject: Physics

I will use these case studies to apply concepts to real world experiences in AP Environmental Science, Physics, and Physical Science.

Devon Marie Lee

High School Teacher
Science Department
Claudia Taylor Johnson High School
San Antonio, Texas 78259
dlee@neisd.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

As a high school teacher, I have always felt that students need to receive relevant and pertinent material in science (actually in any course) for the material to become meaningful. It is experiential learning.

Karen Lee

Lecturer
Biology Department
Hong Kong Baptist University
leekmk@hkbu.edu.hk
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Karen T. Lee

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Univeristy at Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15904
ktlee@pitt.edu
Subject: Biology

Kevin Lee

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Wisconsin-Waukesha
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186
klee@uwc.edu
Subject: Biology

I feel that case histories can be used not only to draw out students' opinions, but also to make them realize that there are other valid points of view. Students are more motivated when they are actively involved in their learning.

Mark E. Lee

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Spelman College
Atlanta, Georgia 30314
marklee@spelman.edu
Subject: Biology

Our biology curriculum uses case studies to introduce students to evolution, ecology, and biodiversity. I would like to use cell-based studies in our cell biology class and biochemistry-related studies in our biological chemistry elective.

Mary Anne Lee

Teaching Paraprofessional
Esko High School
Esko, Minnesota 55720
mlee@esko.k12.mn.us
Subject: Biology

I am always looking for ways to support the high school students I assist, and feel your site could be of great help to me!

Michelle Lee

High School Teacher
Biology
Horace Mann School
michelle_lee@horacemann.org

Subject: Biology

Sylvie Lee

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Sylvie Lee

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Richard E. Lee, Jr.

Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Department of Zoology
Miami University
Oxford, Ohio 45056
leere@muohio.edu
Subject: Biology

Emily Lefstad

High School Teacher
Science and Math
International School of Communications
Marysville, Washington 98270
emily_lefstad@msvl.k12.wa.us
Subject: Biology / Algebra / Calculus

I've never used case studies before but a fellow teacher recommended your case study on the "blue people" of Kentucky. I'd like to explore the available material on your site to see how I can integrate it into the curriculum.

Caroline Lehman

High School Teacher
Science Department
Head Royce School
Oakland, California 94602
clehman@headroyce.org
Subject: Chemistry

I'm interested in developing materials for high school chemistry students. I use available POGIL (http://www.pogil.org) materials. This seems like a natural extension. Is there anyone who would like to collaborate?

Sandra Lehmann Vierra

Adjunct Professor
Biology
Merced College and CSU Stanislau
Merced, CA 95348
vierra.s@mccd.edu and slehmannvierra@csustan.edu
Subject: Public Health and Health Sciences

Courses Taught: General Biology, Human Biology, Human Physiology, Microbiology

Gavin Lehr

High School Teacher
Biology
Sahuarita High School
Sahuarita, Arizona 85629
glehr@sahuarita.net
Subject: Biology

Whitley R. Lehto

PhD Candidate
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80208
lehtowhi@gmail.com

Scott M. Leighow

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Elizabeth C. Leininger

Assistant Professor
Division of Natural Sciences
New College of Florida
Sarasota, Florida 34243
eleininger@ncf.edu

Melissa P. Lemons

Assistant Professor
Psychology
University of Maryland University College Europe
69126 Heidelberg, Germany
mlemons@faculty.ed.umuc.edu
Subject: Psychology

I teach non-traditional adult learners who prefer practical, real-world applications of scientific knowledge. Case studies allow me to introduce complex psychological concepts while helping my students to understand everyday applications and implications of scientific research.

Paula P. Lemons

Assistant Professor
Division of Biological Sciences
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
plemons@uga.edu
Subject: Biology

Mary Lent

High School Teacher
Science
Cheshire High School
Cheshire, Connecticut 06410
mlent@cheshire.k12.ct.us
Subject: Astronomy

I am teaching junior/senior elective classes this year on catastrophic geologic events and environmental science. Case studies will add to the depth of these classes with real world applications.

Maureen Leonard

Associate Professor
Sciences Department
Mount Mary University
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53222
leonardm@mtmary.edu
Subject: Ecology / Microbiology

Catherine E. LePrevost

Teaching Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Ecology
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695
celeprev@ncsu.edu

Stacey Lettini

Assistant Professor
Natural and Computational Sciences
Gwynedd-Mercy College
Gwynedd Valley, Pennsylvania 19437
lettini.s@gmc.edu
Subject: Biology

Lok C. Lew Yan Voon

Professor
Department of Physics
Wright State University
Dayton, Ohio 45435
lok.lewyanvoon@wright.edu
Subject: Physics

I am interested in developing case studies across the physics curriculum. While real-life problems and stories abound, case study teaching represents an opposite approach to conventional teaching in the hard sciences.

Jamesia Lewis

High School Teacher
Science Department
Central High School
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
jlewis@tusc.k12.al.us
Subject: Biology

I am currently teaching Pre-AP biology and I would like for my students to conduct research. My students are eager to learn and I am excited to help! Any additional resources will be excellent!

Paul Li

Assistant Professor
Health Sciences
University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong, China
paulwcli@yahoo.com
Subject: Science Education

Courses Taught: Human biology, Nutrition Sciences, Pathophysiology

Qinxia Li

Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Fisk University
Nashville, Tennessee 37208
qli@fisk.edu

Allison Liang

High School Teacher
Science
Oak Grove High School
San Jose, California 95123
Lianga@esuhsd.org
Subject: Science Education

Jun Liang

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

Lisa Liles

High School Teacher
Science
Fountain-Fort Carson High School
Fountain, Colorado 80817
lliles@ffc8.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

We are trying to improve the ability of our students to read non-fiction and are looking for case studies and articles that will catch the interest of our students and help them to improve their reading and comprehension.

Matthew Lim

Ph.D. Student
School of Educational Studies
University Sains Malaysia
11800 Penang, Malaysia
limkimher@yahoo.com
Subject: Business / Managament Science

I am a Ph.D. student. I was trained in the Harvard Business Case approach and have been using it since the 80s. My research now is to use the case approach to teach product engineers how to make business decisions when products need to be revised.

Amy (Hui-Mei) Lin

Associate Professor
School of Food Science
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-2312
amylin@uidaho.edu
Subject: Food Science

Courses Taught: Starch Chemistry; Food Analysis and Lab; Advanced starch functionality (Journal Club); Agriculture and Food System

Kacie Lindeman

High School Teacher
Science Department
Marian High School
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
klindeman@omahamarian.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Justine Lines

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Glendale High School
Springfield, Missouri 65804
jlines@spsmail.org
Subject: Biology / Ecology / Anatomy and Physiology

Nicholas Lino

Assistant Professor
Nursing
Western Illinois University
Macomb, Illinois 61455
n-lino@wiu.edu
Subject: Health Professions / Nursing

I use case studies as supplemental resources to lecture and as a study-tool. I think that case studies are critical to enabling students to get the "big picture."

Chance Linville

High School Teacher
Biology
Davis Public Schools
Davis, Oklahoma 73030
clinville@davis.k12.ok.us
Subject: Biology

Zhi-Jun Liu

Associate Professor
Department of Geography
University of North Carolina—Greensboro
Greensboro, North Carolina 27402
z_liu@uncg.edu
Subject: Geography

Pauline A. Lizotte

Instructor
Mathematics, Science and Health Careers
Manchester Community College
Manchester, Connecticut 06045
plizotte@mcc.commnet.edu
Subject: Biology

My interest in case studies arose out of a desire to make biology more relevant and real to my students. They need to become critical thinkers, and cases provide an excellent method for accomplishing that task.

Anne Llewellyn

High School Teacher
Science
American International School Cape Town
Constantia, South Africa
allewellyn2@gmail.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I wish to use these case studies in my high school Environmental Science class.

Alicia C. Lloyd

PhD Candidate
Environmental Resources and Policy
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, Illinois 62901
alicia.c.lloyd@gmail.com

Janie G. Locklear

Department of Civil Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University
Greensboro, North Carolina 27411

Kelsey L. Logan

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biological Sciences
Kean University
Union, New Jersey 07083

Jason Logsdon

High School Teacher
Science Department
Dwight D. Eisenhower High School
Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
jason.logsdon@uticak12.org
Subject: Biology

My case study experience is limited. I've used a few in AP Biology, but never felt I had the time to fully realize the potential. Our new Biology 2 class will afford the class the time for discussion, research and depth.

Nancy London

Environmental Studies Program
Oberlin College
Oberlin, Ohio 44074

Shane London

High School Teacher
Science Department
Glasgow High School
Glasgow, Kentucky 42141
shane.london@glasgow.kyschools.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I will use case studies in my classroom. I feel that student engagement increases with problem based learning and the case study fits in perfectly with that.

Olivia Long

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Carlow University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
oslong@carlow.edu
Subject: Biology

I have found that by utilizing case studies I am better able to engage the non-major students in the topic. This engagement allows me to better assess their understanding of a topic and to revisit topics for clarification.

Tamara Lookabaugh

High School Teacher
Science Department
Moore High School
Moore, Oklahoma 73160
tamaralookabaugh@mooreschools.com
Subject: Biology

Case studies are extremely important to increase depth of knowledge and understanding of abstract concepts. They will also help students to work on their writing skills in preparation for the core curriculum.

Sarah S. Lord

High School Teacher
Science Department
Billings Senior High School
Billings, Montana 59101
ords@billingsschools.org
Subject: Biology

Heather Loree

High School Teacher
Science Department
Vincent Massey Secondary School
Windsor, Ontario Canada N9E 1J2
heather.loree@publicboard.ca
Subject: Biology

Case studies are being used to review concepts taught in class and have students critically assess information and apply their learning.

Laura Y. Lorentzen

Chair
Department of Science & Technology Education
Kean University
Union, New Jersey 07083
llorentz@kean.edu
Subject: Biology

Diego Lorenzetti

Assistant Professor
Premedical Education
Weil Cornell Medical College in Qatar
dil2006@qatar-med.cornell.edu

Panayiotis Louca

Lecturer
Preprimary Education / Science Education
Frederick University Cyprus
Cyprus
res.lp@frederick.ac.cy
Subject: Science Education

Kettly Louis-Jacques

Instructor
Nursing
Woodbridge Developmental Center
Woodbridge, New Jersey 07001
kettlytea@gmail.com
Subject: Health Professions

Jeannette M. Loutsch

Associate Professor
Biology Department
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
Chickasha, Oklahoma 73018
jloutsch@usao.edu
Subject: Biology

I am interested in learning to use case studies with non-majors classes incorporating clickers.

Sherri Lovelace-Cameron

Associate Professor
Chemistry
Youngstown State University
Youngstown, Ohio 44555
srlovela@cc.ysu.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in using case studies in general education science classes taken by non-science majors and in a new course being developed for pre-service teachers.

Carla Lowden

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Uniontown Area High School
Uniontown, Pennsylvania 15401
carla.lowden@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I received an email from a biology colleague with this link and information. I am interested in learning more about case studies and how to use them in my class.

Susan Lower

High School Teacher
Science
River Hill High School
Clarksville, Maryland 21029
slower@hcpss.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Case studies enhance my AP Environmental Science class with real world application. I use them for argument writing and for students to have examples when answering free response questions.

Leah Luchsinger

High School Teacher
Advanced Placement Environmental Science and Earth Science
Seaside High School
Seaside, California 93955
leahluchsinger@yahoo.com
Subject: Agriculture / Forestry

Richard Ludescher

Professor
Department of Food Science
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
ludescher@aesop.rutgers.edu
Subject: Chemistry / Food Science

I use cases in my upper level undergraduate course in applied physical chemistry of foods. Cases introduce students to the messy details that are summarized abstractly in the scientific laws of thermodynamics, surface science, etc.

David R. Luginbuhl

Program Manager / Systems and Software
Mathematics, Information & Life Sciences Directorate
Air Force Office of Scientific Research
david.luginbuhl@afosr.mil
Subject: Computer Science

Cindy Lummer

High School Teacher
Science Department
Los Osos
Rancho Cucamonga, California 91737
cindy_lummer@chaffey.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Jennifer Lundmark

Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
California State University Sacramento
Sacramento, California 95819-6077
lundmark@csus.edu
Subject: Biology

Mary S. Lundy

Assistant Professor
Physical Therapy Program
University of North Florida
Jacksonville, Florida 32224
mary.lundy@unf.edu
Subject: Physical Therapy

Patrice Lussy

High School Teacher
Science Department
Boca Ciega High School
Gulfport, Florida 33707
lussyp@pcsb.org
Subject: Chemistry

Our school has a strong emphasis on writing, inquiry, collaboration, organization, and reading. I intend to do all of the above while using case studies to enhance rigor in my teaching with real life connections.

Stephanie L. Luster-Teasley

Associate Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University
Greensboro, North Carolina 27411
luster@ncat.edu
Subject: Engineering

Timothy M. Lutz

Associate Professor of Geology
Department of Geology and Astronomy
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19383
tlutz@wcupa.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Andrew C. Lydeard

Former Graduate Student
Department of Biological Sciences
Western Illinois University
Macomb, Illinois 61455

Subject: Biology

Andrew E. Lyman-Buttler

Science Teacher
Thomas Edison High School
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55418
LB@mpls.k12.mn.us

Linda Lyon

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Frostburg State University
Frostburg, Maryland 21532-1099
llyon@frostburg.edu
Subject: Plant Science

I would like to use case studies in all of my classes and labs. I believe in interactive learning and I believe that case studies provide me with the tools that I need for this approach to learning.

Ronnetta Lyons

High School Teacher
Science
Millbrook High School
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
rlyons@wcpss.net
Subject: Biology

I am interested in case studies in evolution and genetics. Our state is going to mandatory literacy in science and I will use the case studies to facilitate this mandate.

Valeria Lyons

High School Teacher
Runcorn State High School
Runcorn, Queensland, Australia
vlyon1Qeq.edu.ai
Subject: Biology

I need to teach my students to evaluate biological issues as part of their study.

Brenda Lyseng

STEM Project Specialist
Office of the Chancellor
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
St Paul, Minnesota 55101
brenda.lyseng@so.mnscu.edu
Subject: Biology

Jim Lyttle

Assistant Professor
School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences
Long Island University–Brooklyn Campus
Brooklyn, New York 11201
jim.lyttle@liu.edu
Subject: Business / Management Science

I got my MBA from the Richard Ivey School (University of Western Ontario) using the Harvard case method. I'm interested in adaptations of the method that "don't throw the baby out with the bathwater."