Resources for Using Investigative Cases
Lombardi, Marilyn M. July 2007 Approaches That Work: How Authentic Learning Is Transforming Higher Education. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative
Ramaley, Judith A.and Rosemary R. Haggett. Engaged and Engaging Science: A Component of a Good Liberal Education. Peer Review, Winter 2005 8-12
Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. Investigative Case-Based Learning: Teaching Scientifically While Connecting Science to Society 2005 Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education
Sellers, Sherrill L. Katherine Friedrich, Tabassum Saleem, Judith N. Burstyn. 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). May 2005.
Handelsman, Jo et al. 2004. Education: Scientific Teaching. Science. Vol. 304: No. 5670. pp. 521-522.
Rehorek, Susan, J. Inquiry based teaching: An example of descriptive science in action. 2004 The American Biology Teacher (66)7, pp. 493-499.
Waterman, M.A. and Stanley, E.D. Investigative case based learning for connecting science to society Project Kaleidoscope Volume IV: What works, what matters, what lasts
Allen, D.E et al Scaling Up Research-Based Education for Undergraduates: Problem-Based Learning Council on Undergraduate Research, 2003
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.
Lundeberg, Mary, Mark Bergland, Karen Klyczek and Dan Hoffman. 2003. Using Action Research to Develop Preservice Teachers' Confidence, Knowledge and Beliefs about Technology. The Journal of Interactive Online Learning Volume 1, Number 4, Spring 2003
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