June 1-5, 2015
University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York
Description: Our five-day workshop focuses on training science faculty to teach with case studies, to write their own cases, and to assess their students’ learning with cases. The first three days of the workshop focus on learning the case study method, with demonstrations and time to prepare cases of your own. During the final two days of the workshop, all participants are required to teach a case before a student audience using a case they have developed during the workshop. In addition, workshop participants are expected to produce a case study within six months of the workshop for our national, peer-reviewed case collection.
Dates: June 1-5, 2015
Registration Fee Covers: All workshop sessions, materials, computer access, and meals as follows: lunch, Monday-Friday, and dinner, Monday-Thursday. (We will offer a light, continental breakfast each morning at the workshop; guests of the Ramada Hotel receive a full breakfast buffet as part of their stay there.)
You are responsible for arranging and paying for your own travel and accommodations. We have made arrangements with the nearby Ramada Hotel and Conference Center to hold a number of rooms at a special rate of $79.00 per night by mentioning that you are with the UB Case Study Workshop. Rates and rooms at the Ramada will be held until April 30, 2015.
Cancellation Policy: Registration cancellation requests must be in writing and must be received by us no later than Friday, May 11, 2015. A $100 processing fee will apply to ALL registration cancellations. Please send cancellation requests to Carolyn Wright’s attention via email (email@example.com) or fax (716-645-2975). No refunds will be given after Friday, May 11, 2015. There will be no refunds for individuals who register for the workshop but do not attend.
Intended Audience: The workshop is open to anyone interested in science education, including high school teachers and international teachers. Past workshops have included instructors of biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, computer science, mathematics, geology, geography, psychology, anthropology, nursing, dentistry, medicine, engineering, science education, and other related disciplines.
Workshop Director: Dr. Clyde (Kipp) Herreid is a Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Biological Sciences Department at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. He has conducted numerous workshops around the country on case method teaching, team learning, and problem-based learning. He is the author of a column on case studies regularly featured in the Journal of College Science Teaching and is the Director of the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science.
If you have questions, please contact:
National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science