Publications

ICBL

Stewart, James, Jennifer L. Cartier and Cynthia M. Passmore (2005) Developing Understanding Through Model-Based Inquiry In How Students Learn: Science in the Classroom. Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences and Education, Committee on How People Learn: A Targeted Report for Teachers, National Research Council, M. Suzanne Donovan and John D. Bransford, editors. pp. 147-198.
Ramaley, Judith A.and Rosemary R. Haggett. Engaged and Engaging Science: A Component of a Good Liberal Education. Peer Review, Winter 2005 8-12

C. A. Brewer, A. R. Berkowitz, P.A. Conrad, J. A. Patz, J. Porter, and M. Waterman. 2006. Educating About the Ecology of Infectious Diseases.  In Keesing, F. and associates.  Ecology of Infectious Disease. Institute for Ecosystem Studies

Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. 2005. Investigative Case-Based Learning: Teaching Scientifically While Connecting Science to Society in  Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education

Baum, David A., Stacey DeWitt Smith, Samuel S. S. Donovan. 2005. EVOLUTION: The Tree-Thinking Challenge. Science Vol. 310. no. 5750, pp. 979 - 980

Jungck, John R., S. Kiser, E. Stanley. 2005. Exploratory Evolution Education: Engaging students in investigating evolutionary processes, products, and principles. In Evolutionary Science and Society: Educating a New Generation. J. Cracraft & R. W. Bybee, Eds. BSCS. Colorado Springs, CO. pp. 125-136

Sellers, Sherrill L. Katherine Friedrich, Tabassum Saleem, Judith N. Burstyn. May 2005. Case Studies in Inclusive Teaching in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Diversity Institute of the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL)

Bohanan, Robert E., Marianne Krasny, and Adam Welman. April 2005. Changes in Lake Ice: Ecosystem Response to Global Change. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology - Volume 3, pp. 1-6

Ramaley, Judith A.and Rosemary R. Haggett. Winter 2005. Engaged and Engaging Science: A Component of a Good Liberal Education. Peer Review,   8-12

Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. 2005. Investigative case based learning for connecting science to society in Project Kaleidoscope Volume IV: What works, what matters, what lasts

Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. 2005. Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative Case Studies. Benjamin Cummings.       Read a review of this workbook

Stanley, E.D. and Waterman, M.A. 2005. Investigative Cases: Collaborative Inquiry in Science. Great Ideas in Teaching Biology. January; Vol. 3: 6-14

Handelsman, Jo et al. 2004. Education: Scientific Teaching. Science. Vol. 304: No. 5670. pp. 521-522

Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. 2004. Doing Science Collaboratively with Investigative Case-Based Learning. Strategies for Success, Spring; 41:4-6

Fass, M. 2004. Connecting Microbiology With the World Outside: Constructing Opportunities for Authentic Learning in the Classroom and the Community ASM's Focus on Microbiology Education Newsmagazine Winter

Stanley, E.D. and Waterman, M.A. 2004.Using Investigative Cases in Geoscience In Starting Point at SERC. Carleton College

Ethel D. Stanley and Margaret A. Waterman. 2003. The Farmer and the Gene: A case approach to Bt corn.  pp153-158 in John Jungck, Marion Fass and Ethel Stanley (Eds.) Microbes Count.  Washington, DC: American Society for Microbiology Press

Teaching science in the two-year college / Timothy M. Cooney, editor Arlington, Va. : NSTA Press, c2003. Cooney, Timothy M.National Science Teachers Association.xii, 153 p. : map ; 28 cm. 087355230X (pbk.) "An NSTA Press journals collection." A collection of articles from the NSTA journal The journal of college science teaching.

Linda Weinland, Peter Woodruff, Margaret Waterman and Ethel Stanley. 2003. Citrus Canker:  Alternatives for Control.  pp. 279-284 in John Jungck, Marion Fass and Ethel Stanley (Eds.) Microbes Count.  Washington, DC: American Society for Microbiology Press

Wood, William B. and Gentile, James M. 2003. Teaching in a Research Context Science, Vol 302, Issue 5650, 1510

Allen, D.E et al 2003. Scaling Up Research-Based Education for Undergraduates: Problem-Based Learning Council on Undergraduate Research

Allen, D. and Tanner, M. 2003. Approaches to Cell Biology Teaching: Learning Content in Context: Problem - Based Learning. Cell Biology Education Summer; 2: 73-81 Investigative cases

Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley. 2002. Investigative Cases and Case-Based Learning in Biology. Version 1.4, 100 pp. In J. Jungck and V. Vaughan (Eds.) BioQUEST Library VI. San Diego: Academic Press Press

"Crossing the Chasm" of Curricular Reform: BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium Invites CAL-laboration June 2000. CAL-laborate Volume 4

LifeLines OnLine: Investigative Case-based Learning for 21st Century Learners Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. April 2000. in Proceedings of the BioED 2000 Conference in Paris, France. IUBS

Stanley, Ethel and Margaret Waterman. 2000. "LifeLines OnLine: Curriculum and Teaching Strategies for Adult Learners." Journal of College Science Teaching March/April 2000, 306-310

Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley. 1999. LifeLines OnLine: Accessible Investigative Biology for Community Colleges. NSF DUE Grant #9952525

Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley. 1998. Investigative cases and case-based learning in biology. In Jungck, J.R. and V. Vaughan, eds. BioQUEST Library V, on CD-ROM, San Diego: Academic Press

Waterman, M.A. 1998. Investigative case study approach for biology learning. Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching 24(1): 3-10

Stanley, E.D. and M.A. Waterman. Winter 1998. Learning with Investigative Cases: A scenario. BioQUEST Notes, 8(2): 8-9,13


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