Workshops

INVITED ADDRESSES AND WORKSHOPS

  1. The Flexibility of Investigative Case Based Learning for College Science Teaching.  Keynote speaker.  International Problem Based Learning Conference, Lima, Peru.  July 2006.
  2. Investigative Case Based Learning Faculty Workshop.  Morehouse College Division of Science and Mathematics, Atlanta, GA.  January 9, 2006.
  3. "Effective Workshops on ICBL: A Training Session".  University of Wisconsin, Madison, Center for Biology Education.  December 2005.
  4. "Teaching with Cases" and "Writing and Implementing Case Based Problem Spaces" workshops.  San Francisco State University, December 2005
  5. ICBL Workshop.  American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting on Undergraduate Education.  Atlanta GA, June 3-6 2005.
  6. "Investigative Cases for Life Sciences" Seminar at Iowa State University, April 2005.
  7. Keynote Speaker.  CASES:  Contexts for Active Students Engaged in Science.  American Society for Microbiology, Missouri Branch Meeting.  St. Louis.  April 6-9, 2005.
  8. Keynote speakers.  Biology Leadership Conference sponsored by Benjamin Cummings Publishing Co, La Jolla, CA,  March 10-14, 2005.
  9. Keynote speaker.  New approaches in teaching biology:  ICBL.  Biology Leadership Conference sponsored by Benjamin Cummings Publishing Co, Hilton Head, SC,  March 28-29, 2004.
  10. Biotechnology 2003: Updating Educators for the 21st Century. Ethel Stanley, Margaret Waterman, and Linda Weinland.  Fralin Biotechnology Center, Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, VA July 16-19, 2003.
  11. Prism Workshop. Ethel Stanley and Margaret Waterman. Emory University:Center for Science Education in Atlanta, GA. June 9-13, 2003.
  12. Connecting Science to Society: Cases.  Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate STEM Education, Sponsored by NSF and AAAS, Crystal City, VA, April 14-16, 2004    Invited presenters were selected from successful NSF projects in the Division of Undergraduate Education.
  13. Waterman, M.A., E.D. Stanley and J. Dario-Becker.  Investigative Case Based Learning for the Sciences: In classrooms and online.  Virginia Community College System New Horizons Conference,  Roanoke VA, April 6, 2003. Implementing Case Based Learning. 
  14. Workshop at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.  ICBL for the sciences and mathematics. April 12-13, 2002.   Sponsored by the Center for Biology Education.  Attended by 35 faculty from the science colleges and departments at UW-Madison.
  15. Implementing Problem-Solving Strategies:  Investigative Cases for Biology and Chemistry. Workshop at Emory University Center for Science Education, August 12-16, 2002.      Twenty-two science faculty from Atlanta area colleges and universities participated in this week long workshop.
  16. Investigative Case Based Learning – approaches and implementation strategies.  Workshop at Atlanta University Center,  February 10-11, 2001  for the Integrating Technology into Instruction series, Emory University Center for Behavioral Neuroscience.    Twenty five biology and chemistry faculty from Morehouse, Clark University, Spellman and Emory participated.
  17.  Developing Curricular Resources and Strategies for Introductory Biology Courses.  2000 BioQUEST faculty workshop , June 16-20, 2000, Beloit WI. Workshops on investigative case-based learning for all 35 participants.

PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS 

  1. Introducing Technology with Investigative Case Based Learning.  Wienland, L., E. D. Stanley and M.A. Waterman.   League for Innovation Conference on Information Technology, Dallas, TX.  October 22-26, 2005.
  2. A Whale’s Tale:  Using a Forensic Case to Teach Bioinformatics. Stanley, E.D. , M.A. Waterman, and L. Weinland.    League for Innovation Conference on Information Technology, Dallas, TX.  October 22-26, 2005.
  3. Ecology of Infectious Disease: A New Piece of the Ecosystem Puzzle. Waterman and Stanley.   Presentation at the 49th annual meeting of ACUBE, October 15, 2005, Cape Girardeau.
  4. LifeLines OnLine Project. Waterman, M. and E. Stanley.    Poster, presented at Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate STEM Education.  NSF & AAAS, Crystal City, VA, April 14-16, 2004.
  5. Using Technology with Investigative Case Based Learning.  Waterman, M.A. and E. D. Stanley.   Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE) annual meeting, Crawfordsville, IN, October 14-16, 2004.
  6. LifeLines OnLine:  Investigative Case Based Learning for College STEM Courses. Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.  Poster.  National Association of Biology Teachers annual meeting, Chicago, IL, Nov. 10-13, 2004.
  7. Investigative Cases from Microbes Count! Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.  ACUBE 47th annual meeting, Kirksville, MO October 9-11, 2003.
  8. Resources for Investigative Case Based Learning.  Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.    National Science Teachers Association, Philadelphia, March, 2003.
  9. Implementing Case Based Learning with Brazilian High School and U.S. College Teachers. Waterman, M.A., E.D. Stanley, A. W. Oliveira and V. DeSantos. Association for the Education of Teachers of Science.  St. Louis,  January 31, 2003.
  10. Investigative Case-Based Learning:  Solving Resource Problems in Introductory Biology. Waterman, M.A. and E. D. Stanley.  National Association of Biology Teachers, Cincinnati, OH, November 2, 2002.
  11. Investigative Approaches by Community College Faculty. Waterman, M. and E. Stanley. Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE) , Columbia College, Chicago, IL, Sept. 13, 2002.
  12. Of Cabbages and Kim Chi.   Strickland, C. T. Johnson, E. Stanley and M. Waterman.   Botanical Society of America, Madison WI , Aug. 4, 2002.
  13. Community college biologists produce LifeLines OnLine modules for biology. Waterman, M., E. Stanley, A. Coopersmith and L. McNeil.  National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and Society of College Science Teachers, San Diego, March 28, 2002.
  14. Making Investigative Biology Happen in the Community College with LifeLines OnLine. Waterman, M.A., E. D. Stanley and Megan Thomas. NSTA, St. Louis. March 23, 2001.
  15. LifeLines OnLine News Stories and Activities for Contextualizing Biology Learning.  Waterman, M.  and E. Stanley. ACUBE, Terre Haute IN, Oct 14-16, 2000.
  16. Investigative Case Based Learning.  Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley. Botanical Society of America, August 2000, Portland, OR.
  17. LifeLines OnLine: Investigative Case-Based Learning for 21st Century Learners. Waterman, M.  and E.D. Stanley.BioEd 2000, an IUBS and UNESCO conference, National Museum of Natural History, Paris France, May 15-18, 2000.
  18. LifeLines OnLine: Investigative Case-Based Learning for Your Classroom. Waterman,  M.  and  Stanley, E.D. NSTA, Orlando, April 5-8, 2000.
  19. LifeLines OnLine: Accessible Investigative Biology for Community Colleges.  Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley. ACUBE, River Falls, WI, October 16, 1999.
  20. Exploring Scenarios on Case-Based Investigative Learning. Ethel Stanley, Beloit College and Margaret Waterman, Southeast Missouri State University. Southeast Regional meeting of the National Science Teachers Association and the Society of College Science Teachers, Birmingham, AL, Nov. 19-21, 1998.
  21. Teaching Strategies for Investigative Learning with Cases. Ethel Stanley, Beloit College and Margaret Waterman, Southeast Missouri State University.  National Association of Biology Teachers, Reno, NV, Nov. 4-7, 1998.
  22. Developing Teaching Strategies for Case-Based Learning.  Ethel Stanley, Beloit College and Margaret Waterman, Southeast Missouri State University.  National Meeting of the Association of College and University Biology Educators, Kansas City, MO, Oct. 15-17, 1998.
  23. Open the door to student-centered investigation with cases.   M. A. Waterman and E.D. Stanley. Annual meeting of the National Association of Biology Teachers, October 8-11, 1997 Minneapolis, MN.
  24. Learning with the BioQUEST Case and Simulations.  E.D. Stanley and Margaret Waterman. 41st Annual Meeting of the Association of Midwest College Biology Teachers/ Association of College and University Biology Educators, Beloit, WI. October 17, 1997.

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