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Corina Waage

High School Teacher
Science
NorKam Secondary School
Kamloops, BC V2B 3C1
cwaage@sd73.bc.ca
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Biology

Al Wachutka

High School Teacher
Science Department
St. Louis Park High School
St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55426
wachutka.al@slpschools.org
Subject: Science Education

I am a teacher of AP Environmental Science and would like to use your site. I have previously registered.

Raechel Waddy

Middle School Teacher
Morrow Middle School
Morrow, Georgia 30260
raechel.waddy@clayton.k12.ga.us
Subject: Science Education

Andrea C. Wade

Provost and Vice President, Academic Services
Academic Services
Monroe Community College
Rochester, NY 14623
awade13@monroecc.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Thorsten Wagener

Associate Professor
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
thorsten@engr.psu.edu
Subject: Water Quality / Water Resources

I teach hydrology/water resources in graduate and undergraduate level engineering classes. Currently, I am particularly interested in using case studies in large undergraduate classes (>50)

Diane Wagner

High School Teacher
Science Department
Granite Hills High School
Porterville, California 93257
dianewagner@portervilleschools.org
Subject: Biology

Referred by Vice Principal. Common core will require us to prepare students to go out in the world. Case studies allow us to connect with every day life experiences.

Gail E. Wagner

Associate Professor
Department of Anthropology and Associated Faculty, Environment and Sustainability Program
University of South Carolina, Columbia
Columbia, South Carolina 29208
gail.wagner@sc.edu
Subject: Environment / Anthropology

Jeremiah Wagner

Instructor
Biology / Science
Mid Michigan Community College
Harrison, Michigan 48625
jrwagner@midmich.edu
Subject: Biology

I would like to introduce more inquiry learning into my intro biology classes. I am trying to move away from traditional lecture and get my students more engaged in the topics we cover in Biology 101.

Peggy Wagner

Assistant Professor
College of Nursing
Saint Anthony College of Nursing
Rockford, Illinois 61108
peggywagner@sacn.edu
Subject: Nursing

Robert Wahler

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmacy Practice
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260-1200
rgwahler@buffalo.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

Since attending your workshop, I've completely changed the way I teach geriatric pharmacotherapy to our PharmD students. My classes are now case-based, with the case up front with some active learning techniques. I then use the second half of class to give a lecture, but I only highlight the points that didn't come out during the case discussion. I find it satisfying, and the students say they really like it.

Maudean Wakefield

High School Teacher
Science Department
Deer Creek High School
Edmond, Oklahoma 73012
maudeanwakefield@dcsok.org
Subject: AP Biology

Kristen Walburn

High School Teacher
Science Department
Hampshire High School
Romney, West Virginia 26757
kswalburn@access.k12.wv.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Mary Walczak

Professor
Chemistry Department
St. Olaf College
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
walczak@stolaf.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I use and have written cases for my chemistry classes. Most of my efforts have been directed at introductory level courses, but most of the cases I have co-authored are flexible and can be used in both upper and lower level courses.

Johanna Waldman

High School Teacher
Science Department
Another Course to College
Brighton, Massachusetts 02135
jwaldman@boston.k12.ma.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to use case studies to increase student engagement and more performance-based measures of student understanding. Quizzes and tests are not able to provide evidence of authentic and fluid understanding.

Dori Walker

High School Teacher
Science
Wheat Ridge Senior High School
Wheat Ridge, CO 80003
dwalker@jeffcolk12.co.us
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Honors and AP Biology

Jessica Walker

High School Teacher
Science
La Quinta High School
Westminster CA 92683
jwalker@ggusd.us
Subject: Biology

subjects Taught: Biology, Chemistry

Tia L. Walker

Assistant Professor
Chemistry, Physics, and Astronomy Department
Indiana University Northwest
Gary, Indiana 46408
tialwalk@iun.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I am currently scheduled to teach organic chemistry this fall. Most of the students taking the course are pre-med and I would like to use case studies to better prepare them for their success!

Richard H. Wallace

Professor
Department of Chemistry and Physics
Armstrong State University
Savannah, Georgia 31419
richard.wallace@armstrong.edu

Mary H. Walmsley

High School Teacher
Science Department
Livingston High School
Livingston, New Jersey 07039
Mwalmsley@livingston.org
Subject: Biology / Forensic Science

The physiology teacher at my high school uses case studies in her class. The students seem very engaged with them. I would like to use them in my forensic science classroom to help differentiate instruction. This also allows for application.

Debby Walser-Kuntz

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Carleton College
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
dwalser@carleton.edu
Subject: Biology

John P. Walsh

Professor
Health and Life Sciences
Piedmont Virginia Community College
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
jwalsh@pvcc.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to increase student engagement through the use of case studies.

Linda Walsh

Associate Professor
Psychology Department
University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls, Iowa 50614-0505
walsh@uni.edu
Subject: Psychology

I am constantly seeking new ways to involve the students in all of my classes in an active learning process.

Kathryn Walters

High School Teacher
Science Department
Our Lady Academy
Bay St. Louis, Mississippi 39520
kathryn.walters@ourladyacademy.com
Subject: Chemistry

Kristen L.W. Walton

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Missouri Western State University
St. Joseph, Missouri 64507
kwalton1@missouriwestern.edu
Subject: Biology

Diane R. Wang

Lab Technician
Biology, Plant Breeding and Genetics
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853
drw44@cornell.edu

Dongfang Wang

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Spelman College
Atlanta, Georgia 30314
dwang@spelman.edu

Grace A. Wang

Associate Professor
Department of Environmental Studies
Huxley College of the Environment
Western Washington University
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Paula Wang

High School Teacher
Science
Sidwell Friends School
Washington, DC 20016
wangp@sidwell.edu
Subject: Science Education

I am interested in the case study approach to teaching science. This gives a more student-centered environment to the classroom. It allows students to "discover" material and facilitate long term memory.

Yunqiu (Daniel) Wang

Senior Lecturer
Department of Biology
University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
yunqiu@miami.edu

Rose Wardell

High School Teacher
Science Department
American History High School
Newark, New Jersey 07103
rwardell@nps.k12.nj.us
Subject: Biology

Angela Washington

Instructor
Science Department
Copiah Lincoln Community College
Wesson, Mississippi 39191
angela.washington@colin.edu
Subject: Biology

I have not used case studies in my teaching but I am trying to find another method to get students more interested in this area. I hope that the case studies will give students more insight in areas they struggle with.

Jacqueline Washington

Associate Professor of Biology / Chair
Department of Biology and Chemistry
Nyack College
Nyack, New York 10960
jacqueline.washington@nyack.edu
Subject: Biology

Kennan Wasinger

High School Teacher
Science Department
Bishop Moore Catholic High School
Orlando, Florida 32804
wasingerk@bishopmoore.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Case studies, especially the clicker cases, allow me to actively engage my students in real-world problem solving. They also make my curriculum more relevant to the students, which hopefully allows them to retain the information.

Cheryl L. Watson

Professor
Biological Sciences
Central Connecticut State University
New Britain, Connecticut 06053
watsonc@ccsu.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I use short cases as applications of principles introduced in lecture. I find that manipulating the concepts helps students integrate and retain knowledge.

Dennis Watts

Instructor
English and Humanities
Robeson Community College
Lumberton, North Carolina 28360
dwatts@robeson.edu
Subject: English

Summer Ekelund Weaver

Instructor
Biology Department
Mercyhurst University
Erie, Pennsylvania 16546
sekelund@mercyhurst.edu
Subject: Evolution / Organismal Biology / Tropical Marine Biology / Nutrition / Histology / Alternative Medicine / Animal Nutrition / Anatomy &Physiology

Jeff Webb

High School Teacher
Science Department
Westside High School
Houston, Texas 77071
jwebb1@houstonisd.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am trying to transition to this style of teaching rather than teacher-driven instruction.

Michael Webber

High School Teacher
Science Department
Trinity Pawling School
Pawling, New York 12564
mwebber@trinitypawling.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I do not currently have experience in using the case study method. But because I am teaching AP Environmental studies, I believe that my students would benefit from connecting content learning to actual evaluations.

Fran Weber

High School Teacher
Science Department
Pueblo West High School
Pueblo West, Colorado 81007
fweber@district70.org
Subject: Biology

Teresa C. Weglarz

Assistant Professor
Biological Sciences
University of Wisconsin—Fox Valley
Menasha, Wisconsin 54952
teresa.weglarz@uwc.edu

Susan Weidkamp

High School Teacher
Science Department
Glencoe High School
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
weidkams@hsd.k12.or.us
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using case studies to differentiate biology curriculum in my diverse high school classroom. I believe case studies are interesting for students, and can be adapted for use with diverse backgrounds and skill levels.

Fred K. Weigel

Assistant Professor
Army-Baylor Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration
Baylor University
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234-6051
fred_weigel@baylor.edu
Subject: Information Systems / Business & Management Science

Karen Weissbecker

Assistant Professor
Hayward Genetics Program
Tulane School of Medicine
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
kremer@tulane.edu
Subject: Medicine

I am trying to add case-based learning to my first year Medical student Genetics course.

Brynn F. Welch

Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, Alabama 35294
bwelch@uab.edu

Sally Welch

Associate Professor of Chemistry
Coordinator of the Environmental Science Program
Marygrove College
Detroit, Michigan 48221
swelch@marygrove.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I have used cases in some of my non-science majors courses. After attending the 2002 Annual Conference on Case Study Teaching in Science in Buffalo, I have used a few case studies in my upper-level chemistry and environmental courses. They allow me to bring real-world problems into class, and let me teach chemistry in a new way.

Paul Welsh

Instructor
Science Department
Singapore American School
Singapore 738547
pwelsh@sas.edu.sg
Subject: Biology

Case studies are a staple teaching technique I use with my students to allow them to see the importance of using the knowledge they are gaining. Students don’t forget the cases we use in class. Months later, I only need to mention the title of a case to bring them all back to the "moral of the story." Cases stimulate the kind of learning we all continue to do throughout life.

Samuel Weprin

Instructor
Office of Admissions
Yeshiva University
New York, New York 10033
weprin@yu.edu
Subject: Biology

I teach medical ethics in many different settings and to a large variety of students ranging for high school to graduate school. As such, the case study method is one that I use, and I am very fond of.

Robert J. Werner

Professor
Geography Department
University of St. Thomas
St. Paul, Minnesota 55105-1096
rjwerner@stthomas.edu
Subject: Geography

Danielle Werts

High School Teacher
Science
Golden Valley High School
Santa Clarita, California 91350
dwerts@hartdistrict.org
Subject: Biology

I am teaching AP Environmental Science. Hoping to add more case studies this year (my textbook is 10 years old). I want students to have more access to what's happening in their world with real studies.

Steve Westerside

Middle School Teacher
Science
Odle Middle School
Bellevue, Washington 98007
westersides@bsd405.org
Subject: Biology

I teach gifted students at the middle school level and am very interested in using case studies to stimulate students to look beyond ordinary learning and to grapple with harder, more personal issues. Case studies will give me this opportunity.

Abigail Wetzel

High School Teacher
Biology
Youth Institute of Science and Technology
Agogo, Ghana, Africa
apwetzel@gmail.com

My most influential teachers and professors throughout my high school and undergraduate years used case studies to teach. When I met with my high school science teacher to work on teaching skills for a new position, he referred me to this website.

Heidi Wheeler

High School Teacher
Science Department
Hopkinsville High School
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240
heidi.semrau@christian.kyschools.us
Subject: Biology

Laura Wheeler

High School Teacher
Science
West-Windsor Plainsboro High School North
Plainsboro,NJ 08536
laura.wheeler@ww-p.org
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Courses Taught: Human Anatomy and Physiology; Honors Biology

Margaret  Wheeler

High School Teacher
Science
Lyman Hall High
Wallingford, CT 06492
mwheeler@wallingfordschools.org
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Courses Taught: Biology, Anatomy and Physiology

Rebecca Wheeler

High School Teacher
Pace Academy
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
bwheeler@paceacademy.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

We used PBL in nursing school and I found it much more helpful for developing critical thinking skills and teamwork than lectures and labs. I think it helps students prepare for the real world instead of just stuffing their heads with facts.

Gretchen Whelan

High School Teacher
Science
Lafayette High School
Wildwood, Missouri 63011
whelangretchen@rockwood.k12.mo.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I use case studies as an enrichment to my lecture and activities. They provide an opportunity for students to think critically and work together to solve issues. They can learn about issues around the world and also apply it to their everyday lives.

Brittany A. Whitaker

Undergraduate Student
Pre-Professional Health
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409

Nicole Whitaker

High School Teacher
Science Department
Clark County School District
Las Vegas, Nevada 89147
npwhitaker@interact.ccsd.net
Subject: Biology

As a teacher who participates in the AVID program at my school, I do my best to use inquiry as often as possible. Case studies are a great way to improve student engagement while stimulating their natural curiosities.

Lisa White

Assistant Professor
Health Sciences
University of South Dakota
Vermillion, South Dakota 57069
Lisa.white@usd.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Patti White

High School Teacher
Science
North Haven High School
white.patricia@north-haven.k12.ct.us
Subject: Biology

Peter J.T. White

Visiting Instructor
Lyman Briggs College
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48824
pwhite@msu.edu
Subject: Biology

Taylor White

High School Teacher
Science Department
Hurlingham and Chelsea School
London SW6 3ED, United Kingdom
info@hurlchel.lbhf.sch.uk
Subject: Biology

I enjoy teaching the subject with bright students at the school, it really gets them thinking about details about the subject and gets them involved in active learning. Biology is a very interesting subject to both learn and teach.

Stephen  Wilcox

Instructor
Research
Hartford Hospital
Hartford, CT 06102
stephen.wilcox@hhchealth.org
Subject: Computer Science

Courses Taught: Summer High School Research Program

Monica Wiliams

High School Teacher
Bowie High School
Bowie, Maryland 20716
Monica2.Williams@pgcps.org
Subject: Biology

I am interested in exposing my students to real science application and inquiry. I find that many students do not see the connections between the real world and the science that is taught in class.I have had experience as a student with cases.

Angela Williams

High School Teacher
Science Department
Wakulla High School
Crawfordville, Florida 32327
angela.williams@wcsb.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I teach an Advanced Placement Environmental Science course. I am always looking for case studies that provide the integration of disciplines, relevance, and engaging story that makes learning memorable.

Betty Ellen Williams

High School Teacher
Science Department
Chester County High School
Henderson, Tennessee 38340
williamsb@tennk12.net
Subject: Biology

Brooke Williams

High School Teacher
Science Department
Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School
Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 6Y6, Canada
williams.brooke@brandonsd.mb.ca
Subject: Environmental Science

Case studies are used in the AP Environmental Science as discussion and for testing prep.

Cheryl Williams

High School Teacher
Science
La Salle Academy
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
cwilliams@lasalle-academy.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Case studies give real life applications that are interesting to students. They also involve critical thinking by students. In addition, the case method encourages students to collaborate and solve problems together, as well as independently.

Cheylena Williams

Undergraduate Student
School of Natural Sciences / Biological Sciences
Kean University
Union, New Jersey 07083

Felecia Williams

High School Teacher
Science
Morrow High School
Morrow, Georgia 30260
felecia.williams@clayton.k12.ga.us
Subject: Science Education

Next year, I will be teaching a new subject - chemistry. I am looking forward to the new experience and believe that adding case studies to my lesson plans will really help with the retention of this typically difficult material for my students.

Sandra Williams

Instructor
Community/Mental Health Nursing
College of Nursing
University of South Alabama–Springhill Campus
Mobile, Alabama 36604

Subject: Nursing

Sonya J Williams

Visiting Professor
Arts & Sciences
Joliet Junior College
Joliet IL 60431
swilliam@jjc.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Courses Taught: Human Anatomy & Physiology, Pathophysiology, Nutrition

Pamela Williams, JD, PhD

Assistant Profesor
College of Nursing
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina 29425
wilpame@musc.edu
Subject: Nursing

I experienced a form of case study method during law school. I want to become better acquainted with the Socratic method and how to integrate case methods with nursing content.

Tonya Willingham

Watts School of Nursing
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina 27705
tonya.willingham@duke.edu
Subject: Nursing

Case studies are very useful in helping nursing students to apply knowledge and to think through the concepts. I also like to use cases in team-based learning activities so that all of the students are working to solve the same problem at the same time.

Lauren Wilmoth

High School Teacher
Science
Jefferson County High School
Dandridge, Tennessee 37725
lwilmoth@k12tn.net
Subject: Biology

Abigail R. Wilson

Graduate Student
Division of Biology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas 66506-0200
abigailw@k-state.edu

Chester Wilson

Laboratory Coordinator and Instructor
Department of Biology
University of St. Thomas
St. Paul, Minnesota 55105
c9wilson@stthomas.edu
Subject: Biology

Kristy J. Wilson

Assistant Professor
School of Mathematics and Sciences
Marian University
Indianapolis, Indiana 46222
kjwilson@marian.edu
Subject: Biology

Paul Wilson

High School Teacher
Biology / Chemistry / Physics
Tom Bean High School
Tom Bean, Texas 75489
paul.wilson@tombean-isd.org
Subject: Biology

A colleague is currently using cases in her biology classes, and suggested it to me. I'm curious to use it in my high school physics class this year, and see whether it will foster greater subject-specific curiosity and scientific literacy.

Rebecca K. Wilson

High School Teacher
Department of Science
Farmington High School
Farmington, Minnesota 55024
rebecca.ks.wilson@gmail.com

Sharon Wilson

High School Teacher
Science
Mundy's Mill High School
Clayton, Georgia
sharon.wilson@clayton.k12.ga.us
Subject: Biology

I plan to use the case study method after I learn more about the method in a workshop this week.

Susan Wilson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Salisbury High School
Allentown, Pennsylvania 1803
swilson@stsd.org
Subject: Biology

I have used case studies in my AP biology class as well as anatomy and physiology. I would like to keep up with current and news-making info so my students can use real-world examples.

Tiffany Wilson Ardley

Assistant Professor
College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Florida A&M University
Tallahassee, Florida 32307
Tiffany.Ardley@famu.edu
Subject: Pharmacy / Pharmacology

Our college is launching Team Based Learning beginning Fall of 2013. Some of our faculty members are already subscribers to the case study method and have suggested this site as a resource. Case studies will be the focus of our teaching method.

Christian Wimer

High School Teacher
Science
Downtown College Prep
San Jose, CA 95110
cwimer@dcp.org
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Biology

Virginia L. Winder

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Benedictine College
Atchison, Kansas 66002
vwinder@benedictine.edu
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using case studies in my Principles of Biology course for non-majors next spring.

Angelica Windle

Instructor
General Education
Terwilliger Elementary
Gainesville, Florida 32607
momma2dbest@yahoo.com
Subject: Earth Sciences

I would like to give my students a further insight on what can happen when you travel.

Erin Windsor

Instructor
Life Sciences
Mohave Community College
Bullhead City, Arizona 86442
ewhite@mohave.edu
Subject: Biology

I want to get the students more involved during lecture. We just ordered the clicker system. I think introducing the case studies are important because they show the students real world examples of things they're learning in the classroom and text.

Kevin Wise

Assistant Professor
Liberal Arts
Trocaire College
Buffalo, New York 14220
wisek@trocaire.edu
Subject: Microbiology

I have used some case studies in the past and would like access to a greater bank to choose from.

Angela Wisniewski

Assistant Professor
Department of Family Medicine and Pharmacy Practice
University at Buffalo
Amherst, New York 14260
amw25@buffalo.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

Charla Wistos

High School Teacher
Chemistry
Monterey Trail High School
Elk Grove, California 95624
cwistos@egusd.net
Subject: Chemistry

The AP Chemistry curriculum is shifting to an "inquiry-based" approach for the 2013-2014 school year. Other teachers have suggested that the case study approach is a great way to introduce inquiry to my students.

John C. Withey

Assistant Professor
Biological Sciences
The Evergreen State College
Olympia, Washington 98505
witheyj@evergreen.edu
Subject: Biology / Ecology

Diane Witt

Assistant Professor
School of Nursing
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Mankato, Minnesota 56001
diane.witt@mnsu.edu
Subject: Nursing

I have used case studies to teach the disease management of the adult and older adult health content in our Family Nurse Practitioner program for many years. I believe this gives students something "to hang knowledge on" and helps them retain information.

J. Clair Witwer

High School Teacher
Agriculture Science & Technology
Pequea Valley High School
Kinzers, Pennsylvania 17535
clair_witwer@pequeavalley.org
Subject: Animal Science

Jessica Wojcik

High School Teacher
Science
Resurrection High School
Chicago, Illinois 60631
jwojci1@gmail.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Sarah A. Wojiski

Associate Director of Education
Education and Learning
The Jackson Laboratory
Farmington, CT 06032
sarah.wojiski@jax.org
Subject: Biology, Science Education

David Wolfe

Instructor
Biology Department
University of Indianapolis
wolfed@uindy.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Jennifer Wollschlager

Teaching Specialist
Center for Learning Innovation
University of Minnesota Rochester
Rochester, Minnesota 55904
jwollsch@umn.edu

Ashley Wong

High School Teacher
Science
North Garland High School
Garland, Texas 75042
akwong@garlandisd.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I want to use some of your case studies for my AP Biology course.

Elizabeth Wong

High School Teacher
Health Sciences
Bollman Technical Education Center
Thornton, Colorado, 80229
elizabeth.d.wong@adams12.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am interested in enhancing the learning experiences of my students by integrating case studies for both anatomy and physiology as well as pathophysiology. Case studies will give students the opportunity to apply what they have learned.

Jasper C.H. Wong

Undergraduate Student
Western University
London, Ontario N6A 3K7, Canada

Bonnie S. Wood

Professor Emerita of Biology
Department of Math and Science
University of Maine at Presque Isle
Presque Isle, Maine 04769
bonnie.s.wood@umpi.edu
Subject: Biology

I have designed "lecture-free" teaching methods for all of the courses I teach (both general education core and upper-level biology). I use case studies as well as many other active learning methods to accomplish this.

Troy D. Wood

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260-3000
twood@buffalo.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I have used cases in a general education course "Great Discoveries in Science" for non-majors at the junior/senior level to develop students' analytical reasoning skills and understanding of the scientific method, and raise their awareness of scientific controversies.

Caitlyn Woods

Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Sue Woolf

High School Teacher
Science Department
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 19462
swoolf@colonialsd.org
Subject: Chemistry

I would like to be able to use case studies to explore the scientific method, to help students learn how to do research and to see chemistry applications.

Leslie G. Wooten

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Tallahassee Community College
Tallahassee, Florida 32304
wootenl@tcc.fl.edu
Subject: Biology

Qiana Worlds

High School Teacher
Biology Department
New Manchester High School
Douglasville, Georgia 30135
qiana.worlds@douglas.k12.ga.us
Subject: Biology

Sean T. Woyton

Undergraduate Student
Kinesiology & Sports Management
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409

Ann W. Wright

Professor
Department of Biology
Canisius College
Buffalo, New York 14208

James Wright

High School Teacher
Science Department
Hazelwood Central High School
Florissant, Missouri 63031
jwright@hazelwoodschools.org
Subject: Medicine

I teach two different medical classes to 11th and 12th grade students. I hope to implement case studies in these courses to enhance the curriculum.

X.Ben Wu

Professor
Ecosystem Science and Management
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77840
xbw@tamu.edu
Subject: Ecology

Courses Taught: Fundamentals of Ecology

Gretchen Wunderlich

High School Teacher
Science Department
Blanchet Catholic School
Salem, Oregon 97301
gwunderlich@blanchetcatholicschool.com
Subject: Biology

I use case studies in both my biology and honors biology classes. I find case studies easy to use in an active cooperative learning environment.

Deborah D. Wygal

Professor
Biology Department
St. Catherine University
St. Paul, Minnesota 55105
ddwygal@stkate.edu
Subject: Biology