Ethel D. Stanley - BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium

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Personal Statement

I
n our increasingly networked and global society
,

I am actively committed to
transformative
biology education
in which
learners

pose problems, develop
and use
multidisciplinary
approaches to solve prob
lems, and engage in peer review

of th
eir

products
.

Our students need to be more than consumers of silo
-
based biology and our
educators
could

effect change
through the collaborative development of open curricula
.

To these ends, I have
worked as

director of
BioQUEST
, past president of
ACUBE
,
past
editor of the
Bioscene: Jour
nal of College Biology Teaching
, past
c
hair of the
BSA
Teaching Section, and a consultant on numerous undergraduate
NSF

and
HHMI
projects.
I have
focused my efforts on

undergr
aduate
science
curricula
,

faculty development
,

and
national community college outreach
to include

modeling and simulation (
The BioQUEST
Library
),
bioinformatics (
BEDROCK
),
quantitative

biology (
NUMBERS COUNT
),
cyberlearning for community college faculty (
C3 Cyberlearning
), and extensive
development of investigative case based learning
(
ICBL
) with co
-
developer Margaret
Waterman
both here and abroad (
LifeLines
,
ScienceCaseNet
,

IUBS

BioED
,

and
Singapore’s
NIE
) through both funded project
s and publications
.

P
rofessional Positions

199
6
-

2012

Beloit College, Beloit, WI


Director,

BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium

1988

-

1995
Millikin University, Decatur
,

IL


Instructor in Biology

1988
-

1993
Richlan
d Community College, Decatur, IL


Instructor


1984


1987 CNA, Chicago, IL Programmer
-
Analyst/Supervisor


1978


1983 Wayne State University, Detroit, MI Data Systems Liaison/Analyst


1976
-

1978
Wayne County Community College
, Detroit, MI
Visiting Instructor


Ethel D. Stanley

Beloit College, 700 College Street Beloit, WI 53511 BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium
stanleye@beloit.edu

3843 Glenhurst Avenue, St. Louis Park, MN 55416 (952) 546
-
5318



Shaw College,
Detroit, MI
Visiting Instructor


1975
-

1978
Oakland
Community College, Oak Park, MI


Instructor



Professional Service
and Honors



2010

Bruce Albert Award for Transforming Science Education




Am
eri
can Society for Cell Biology


BioQUEST for 25 years of
transformative
undergraduate support


2007

-

2009

Botanical Society of America: Education Advisory Board Member


2006

-

2008

Association of College and University Biology

Educators (ACUBE):
President


1998

-

200
6


ACUBE:
Editor, Biosce
ne: Journal of College Biology
Teaching


1998

-

2010

Director, BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium at Beloit
College, Beloit,
WI


1997

-

199
9


Botanical Society of America:
Chair of the Teaching Section


Education

Wayne State University
Detroit, MI

B.S.

1973

Biology

Wayne State University
Detroit, MI

M.S.

1976

Biology

Illinois State University
Normal, IL

Ed.D.

2006

Curriculum and Instruction


G
rants

NSF
RCN
-
UBE
1062049

Margaret Waterman (PI)

0
9/01/1
1

-

8/31/1
6



Research Collaborative Network for Undergraduate Biology
Education
supports an active
community of science educators, learners, researchers, developers, an
d professional
organizations interested in furthering the accessibility, development, and use of cases
and
problem based learning (PBL) in science education.


Role:

Web Editor/Board Member

NSF
RCN
-
UBE
0957359

Margaret Waterman (PI)

0
9/01/10
-

8/31/11



Research Collaborative Network for Undergraduate Biology Education Incubator. Case Studies
and PBL Network: This is a collaborative
project to gather information to create a Case Studies
and PBL Netw
ork to facilitate the adoption of this pedagogy.

Role:

Subaward Co
-
PI.

NSF/DUE

0801540

Cynthia

Peterson (PI)

09/01/08
-

08/31/12

SCALE
-
IT:

Undergraduate faculty workshop aligned with a graduate fellowship program at the
University of Tennessee designed to train scientists to apply appropriate computing tools to
solve bio
-
quantitative problems. Role: Subaward Co
-
PI
.




NSF/DUE

0801540

Cynthi
a

Peterson (PI)

09/01/08
-

08/31/12

PEER: The Program for Excellence & Equity in Research:

PEER was created to increase the
number of competitive underrepresented students who pursue Ph.D.s in the sciences. I
support a graduate student workshop aimed a
t building problem solving and collaboration
skills at the beginning of their first year at the University of Tennessee
-
Knoxville. Role:
Subaward Co
-
PI.


HHMI
Professor
Claudia Neuhauser (PI)

09/01/0
7

-


08/31/11

Numbers Count:

This HHMI project offers multiple faculty development workshops at regional
institutions focused on mathematical biology and provides data, tools, and curricular
materials for use in the classroom to support student observation, experimentation and
modeli
ng. Role: Subaward Co
-
PI.


HHMI

Anthony

Paul

(PI)


09/01/0
9




08/31/1
2

Oakwood
Bio
-
Quantitative Interdisciplinary Institute

The focus is on implementing
interdisciplinary courses in the STEM sciences. Role: Subaward

Co
-
PI.


NSF ITEST 0715895

Claire Hemingway (PI)

09/01/07
-

08/31/11

PlantIT Careers, Cases, and Collaborations
: This project provides a two week workshop for
students and teachers to solve contemporary plant
-
related biology problems and explore
care
er connections featuring technology and skills to support modern plant science, such as
bioinformatics and biotechnology. Role: Co
-
PI.


Implementing Investigative Cases to Engage St
udents in Scientific Inquiry
:
A
Proposal for
NSF
Chautauqua Short Course
for College Science Teachers

with co
-
PI

Margaret Waterman
.
Funded

for July 2004 and August 2007

at

$3,300
each session
.

NSF CCLI 9952525

Waterman (PI)


01/01/00


12/31/02

Life Lines Online: Accessible Investigative Biology for Community
Colleges:

This project
features the development of investigative cases and faculty support materials for use in two
-
year institutions.
Role: Co
-
PI


NSF CCLI 0127498

John R. Jungck (PI)
01/01/02


12/31/05

BEDROCK

(
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ioinformatics
E
ducation

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01/01/07


08/31/10

SCOPE
: This project is a collaborative venture between the BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium,
OER Commons, The San Diego Supercomputing
Center Educational Program, and the Center
for Science Education at Emory University emphasizing teaching and learning biology in the
context of problem spaces and contemporary access to research data and tools for biology
education.

Role: Subaward Co
-
PI





NSF
EOT/PACI

Eric Jakkobsen (PI)


09/01/01


08/31/06


Computational Tools and Resources for Biology Educators
:

As

an EOT
-
PACI Partner,
BioQUEST introduces undergraduate faculty in both two and four year institutions to high
performance computing tools and resources for problem solving.

Role: Subaward Co
-
PI.



INVITED ADDRESSES AND WORKSHOPS


Regional, National, and
International


Keynote Talk:

Navigating Science in a Networked and Global Society:

Assessment Strategies
for

21st Century Learning
.

Association of College and University Educators. Lakeland
College.

Sheyboygan, WI

October 2012


Junior College Workshop

wit
h co
-
leader Margaret Waterman.

Teaching Science with Cases:
Developing 21st Century Competencies
. National Institute for Education, Singapore,
Singapore May 2012.


Upper Primary Workshop

and

Lowe
r Secondary Workshop

with co
-
leader Margaret
Waterman.

Teaching Science with Cases: Developing 21st Century Competencies
.
National Institute for Education, Singapore, Singapore May 2012.


Keynote

address:

Using Cases to Explore Global Issues in the Sciences
. College of Agricultural
and Life Sciences International Program. University of Wisconsin
-
Madison WI March
201
2.


Plenary speaker:

Cases, Social Networking, and Workspaces
. Case Studies Fall Conference.
University at Buffalo, NY September 2011.


PEER Graduate Student
Workshop

with Sam Donovan, Claudia Neuhauser, and Stephen
Everse. Skills for Success. University of Tennessee
-
Knoxville, TN August 2011.


Natural Sciences and Science Education Workshop

wit
h co
-
leader Margaret Waterman.
Using Investigative Cases to Address 21st Century Competencies. National Institute for
Education, Singapore, Singapore August 2011.


Upper Primary Workshop

an
d

Lower Secondary Workshop

with co
-
leader Margaret
Waterman. Using Investigative Cases to Address 21st Century Competencies. National
Institute for Education, Singapore, Singapore July 201
1.


C3 Cyberlearning in Community Colleges Workshop

with Kristin Jenkins. Tulsa Community
College, OK

April 2011.


Lane Community College Numbers Count Workshop

with Claudia Neuhauser.

Eugene, OR
April 2011.


Central Virginia Community College Numbers Count Workshop

with Claudia Neuhauser.
Lynchburg, VA March 2011.


NIMBi
oS 2010: Computational Biology Curriculum Development Tutorial

Sam Donovan,
Stephen Everse, and Kristin Jenkins.

University of Tennessee


Knoxville July 2010.


Numbers Count Workshop

with Claudia Neuhauser. Nu
mbers Count. Massachusetts Bay
Community College, Boston, MA March 2010.


University of Western Cape Investigative Cases Workshop

with co
-
leader Margare
t
Waterman. Cape Town, South Africa October 2009.


Workshop with
Margaret Waterman
and John Jungck.

Cases and Simulations for Engaging
Students in Science.


University of
the
Wester
n Cape, Cape Town, South Africa



October
2009.


Workshop with Sam Donovan and Stephen Everse.
PEER Graduate Students
:


Using
Bioinformatics in Biological Problem Solving
. University of Tennessee
-
Knoxville, TN
August 2009.


Workshop with Claudia Neuhauser.
Numbers Count

Workshop
. University of Tennessee


Knoxville May 2009.


Investigative Case Based Learning

Workshop
. Massey University
-
Auckland, New Zealand
February 2009.


Investigative Case Based Learning

Workshop
. Massey University
-
Palmerston, New Zealand
February 2009.


Workshop with Claudia Neuhauser.
Numbers Count

Workshop
. Agnes Scott College, Atlanta,
GA January 2009.


Invited speaker.
Pedagogies of Engagement Summit
. PKAL, Central College, White Bear Lake,
MN September 2008.


HHMI Quantitative Biology Meeting
.
Chevy Chase, MD

July 2008.


Workshop with
Margaret Waterman
:


P
reparing for Engaged Teaching.


TIBBS Program for
future biomedical scientists.


University of North Carolina Medical School, Chapel Hill,
NC
2008.


Invited speaker
.
Retaining Science and
Engineering Undergraduates
. University of
Massachusetts
-
Amherst June 2008.


Workshop with Margaret Waterman.
Case
-
based Learning in the Biological Sciences
. Center
for Biology Education: OPID Conference for UW System Biologists. University of
Wisconsin
-
Madison October 2007.


Invited workshop presenter.
Over the Fence: Mathematicians and Biologists Talk about
Bridging the Curricular Divide
. Ohio Super Computing Center, The Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH June 2007.


Workshop with Sam Do
novan and Stephen Everse.


Implementing Bioinformatics in
Introductory Undergraduate Courses
. San Diego Supercomputing Center, CA.
January 2007.


Bioinformatics Institute

with John R. Jungck and Marion Fass. American Society for
Microbiology, Washingt
on, DC March 2006.


Workshop with Margaret Waterman.
Investigative Case
-
Based Learning
. Morehouse College,
Atlanta, GA. January 2006.


Keynote speaker with Margaret Waterman.


ICBL and Biological Inquiry
Biology Leadership
Conference sponsored by
Benjamin Cummings Publishing Co, La Jolla, CA



March 2005.


Workshop with Sam Donovan and Tony Weisstein.
Bioinformatics in
Biology Education:
Sequence, Structure and Function
.
Oklahoma

City Community College, OK
Jan 2005.


Keynote speaker

with
Margaret
Waterman
.


N
ew approaches in Teaching Biology:


ICBL.


Biology Leadership Conference sponsored by Benjamin Cummings

Publishing Co, Hilton
Head, SC



March

2004.



SELECTED

PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS



Influenza Then and Now:
A

P
roblem
B
ased
I
nquiry
A
pproach to
P
andemics

with
Margaret Waterman

and Linda Weinland. National Association o
f Biology Teachers,
Memphis, TN

October 2008.


Pandemic Flu Past and Possible:


A Problem Space for Student Investigation,
with
Margaret Waterman
.


51
st

Annual meeting of the Association of College and
University Biology Educators, Lora
s College, Dubuque, IA

October
2007.


Using Investigative Cases for Problem Solving with Strategies, Tools and Data from Plant
Science.


With
Margaret Waterman

and Stacey
Kiser.


Botanical S
ociety of America,
Chicago, IL

July 2007.


Investigation Spaces:


An Emerging Model for Online Research and Collaboration
.


With
Margaret Waterman

and Stephen J. Everse.


Association of College and University
Biology Educators, 50
th

Meeting, Millikin University, Decatur
,IL

October

2006.


Introducing Technology with Investigative Case Based Learning
.


With
W
ei
nland, L., and
M.A. Waterman.


League for Innovation Conference on Information T
echnology,
Dallas, TX


October

2005
.


A
Whale’s Tale:


Using a Forensic Case to Teach Bioinformatics
.
With

M.A. Waterman,
and L. Weinland.




League for Innovation Conference on Inf
ormation Technology,
Dallas, TX


October 2005.


Ecology of Infectious Disease: A New Piece of the Ecosystem Puzzle.

W
ith
Margaret
Waterman
.


Presentation at the 49
th

annual meeting of Association of College and
Univer
sity Biology Educators,
Cape Girardeau
, MO


October

2005.


Investigative Case Based Learning (ICBL) Workshops
.


With Margaret Waterman.


American
Society

for Microbiology Annual Meeting on Undergraduate Education.


Atlanta, GA
June 2005.


Using Technology with Investigative Case Based Learning
.


With Margaret Waterman.

Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE) ann
ual meeting,
Crawfor
dsville, IN

October 2004.


LifeLines OnLine Project.

With
Margaret Waterman
.


Poster at Invention and Impact:
Building Excellence in Undergraduate STEM Education
.


NSF & AAAS, Crystal City, VA


April 2004
.


Investigative Cases from Microbes Count!
With Mar
garet

Waterman
.



ACUBE 47
th

annual
meeting, Kirksville, MO



October 2003
.


Investigative Case Based Learning for the Sciences: In classrooms and online.


W
ith
Margaret Waterman

and J. Dario
-
Becker. Virginia Community College S
ystem New
Horizons
Conference,

Roanoke
,

VA

April 2003.


Using Resources for Investigative Case Based Learning
.


With Mar
garet
Waterman
.


National Science Teachers Association, Philadelphia,
PA March

2003.


Implementing Case Based Learning with Brazilian High School and U.S. College Teachers.
With M. A.

Waterman, A. W. Oliveira and V. DeSantos.

Association for the Education
of T
eachers of Science.


St. Louis,

MO

January 2003.


Investigative Case
-
Based
Learning:


Solving Resource Problems in Introductory
Biology.

W
ith Margaret W
aterman
.


National Association of B
iology Teachers,
Cincinnati, OH


November 2002
.


Of Cabbages and Kim Chi.

Workshop, with Strickland, C.
,

T. Johnson, and M. Waterman.


Botan
ical

Society of America, Madison
,

WI



Aug
ust

2002.


Community
C
ollege
B
iologists
P
roduce LifeLines OnLine
M
odules for
B
iology.

W
ith M. A.
Waterman
, A. Coopersmith and L. McNeil.


National Science Teachers Association
(NSTA) and Society of College Scie
nce Teachers, San Diego,
CA


March
2002
.


Making Investigative Biology
H
appen in the Community College with LifeLines OnLine.

W
ith Margaret Waterman
and Megan Thomas.

NSTA, St. Louis
, MO



March 2001
.


LifeLines OnLine

News Stories and Activities for Contextualizing Biology Learning.


W
ith
Margaret W
aterman
. ACUBE, Terre Haute
,

IN


October
2000
.


LifeLines OnLine: Investigative Case
-
Based Learning for 21
st

Century Learners
. W
ith
Margaret W
aterman, M. BioEd 2000,
IUBS and UNESCO
C
onference, National
Museum of Nat
ural History, Paris
,

France
.

May
2000
.


LifeLines OnLine: Investigative Case
-
Based Learning for Your Classroom.

W
ith Margaret
W
aterman. NSTA, Orlando,

FL

April 2000
.


Teaching Strategies for Investigative L
earning with Cases

with
Margaret Waterman

(
co
-
presenter), Beloit College.


National Association of B
iology Teachers, Reno, NV

November
1998.


Open the
D
oor to
S
tudent
-
C
entered
I
nvestigation with
C
ases
.


With
Margaret
Waterman
, at the annual meeting of the National
Association of Biology Teachers,

Minneapolis, MN


October 1997
.


Learning with the BioQUEST Case and Simulations
.


With
Margaret Waterman
.


41
st

annual meeting of the Association of Midwest College Biology Teachers/ Association

of
College and University Biology

Educators, Beloit, WI



October
1997
.


PUBLICATIONS

Books, Chapters, Journals

Stanley,

E. D.,
C.

Hemingway,

M. A. Waterman, T.
Lafferty,


and K. Lucci
, (Eds
.
).


In Press
,

2012.
Problem Solving with Plant Biology:

Cases for the Classroom
.


Botanical Society of
America.

Stanley, E. D., Waterman, M. A., Wong, D. J. S. and Tan, H. K. 2012
.

Developing

21st

Century

Skills

with
Investigative Cases: Building Global Awareness and Informing
Choices about Energy
.

Biology International
, v. 50,
pp. 95
-
108.

Fass, M., J. Seiter,

Stanley, E. D., and

Waterman, M. A. Summer

2011.

Global Health has No
Borders: Case Investigations in
Biology and Global Health. Special Issue of Biology
International, v. 49,


pp. 9
-
95.

Neuhauser, C. and E. Stanley. 2011.
The p and the Peas: An Intuitive Modeling Approach to
Hypothesis Testing
. Mathematical Modeling of Natural Phenomena
.

Spring

2011.

W
aterman, M. A.

and E. D. Stanley. 2010.
Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative
Cases

3e
.
San Francisco: Benjamin/Cummings.


Waterman, M. and E. Stanley.


2007.
Biological Inquiry: A Workbo
ok of Investigative
Case
s.

2e
with two new case modules.


San Francisco: Benjamin
/
Cummings
.

Waterman, M. and E. Stanley.

2005.

Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative Cases
.


San
Francisco: Benjamin
/
Cummings.



John Jungck, Marion Fass and Ethel Stanley (Eds.)
2003.
Microbes Count
! :

Problem Posing,
Problem Solving, and Peer Persuasion in Microbiology
.


Washington, D
.
C
.
: American Society
for Micro
biology Press.


Stanley, E. D., Odum, H. T., Odum, E. C., and Vaughan, V. G. 2003.
Modeling wine
fermentation.

In
Microbes Count
!
:

Problem Posing, Problem Solving, and Peer Persuasion in
Microbiology
. Jungck, J., Fass, M. F., and Stanley, E. D., (Eds.). Washington, D.C.: ASM Press.


Stan
ley, E. D., and Stanley, K. D. 2003.

Visualizing microbial proteins
. In
Microbes Count!
:

Problem
Posing, Problem Solving, and Peer Persuasion in Microbiology
. Jungck, J., Fass, M. F.,
and Stanley, E. D., (Eds.). Washington, D.C.: ASM Press.


Stan
ley, K. D., and Stanley, E. D. 2003.

Searching for amylase
. In
Microbes Count!
:

Problem
Posing, Problem S
olving, and Peer Persuasion in Microbiology
. Jungck, J., Fass, M. F., and
Stanley, E. D., (Eds.). Washington, D.C.: ASM Press.


Stanley,
E. D., and
M. A. Waterman
. 2003
.

The Farmer and the Gene: A Case Approach to Bt
Corn
.


p
p
.
153
-
158
.
In Microbes Count!:

Problem Posing, Problem Solving, and Peer
Persuasion in Microbiology
. Jungck, J., Fass, M. F., and Stanley, E. D., (Eds.). Washington, D.C.:
ASM Press.


Weinland,

L.
,

P
.

Woodruff, M
.

Waterman and E
. Stanley.


Citrus Canker:


Alternatives for
Control.


pp
. 279
-
284
In
Microbes Count!: Problem Posing, Problem Solving, and Peer
Persuasion in Microbiology.

Jungck, J., Fass, M. F., and Stanley, E. D., (Eds.).

Washington, D.C.:
ASM Press.


Stanley, E.D. and M.A. Waterman.


LifeLines OnLine:


Curriculum and Teac
hing Strategies for
Adult Learners.


pp. 103
-
110.


In Cooney, Timothy M. (Ed.)
Teaching Science in the Two Year
College
.


Arlington, VA:


National Science Teachers Association Press, 2003.


Note
:
this paper
was selected for this collection of articles from

the Journal of College Science Teaching in which

it originally appeared in 2000.

Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.
Investigative Cases and Case
-
Based Learning in Biology.


Version 1.4, 100 pp.


In J. Jungck and V. Vaughan (Eds.)
The B
ioQUEST Library VI
.


San Diego:


Academic Press, 2002.


The BioQUEST Library
VI
is
a
peer reviewed publication of the BioQUEST
Curriculum Consortium.

Donovan, S., Jakobsson, E., Bruce, C., Stanley, E., & Thakkar, U. (2001)
Biology Student
Workbench: Problem Solving with Mol
ecular Data

[Computer software
]. The BioQUEST Library
VI
. San Diego: Academic Press.

Stanley, E. D., and Stanley K. D. (2001)

Looking Into glycosidases
. In
The BioQUEST Library VI
.
San Diego: Academic Press.

Stanley, E. D. (2001)
Visual datasets
. In
The
BioQUEST Library VI
. Jungck, J. R. and Vaughan, V.
G. (Eds.). San Diego: Academic Press.


Sta
nley, E. D. and M. A. Waterman.

LifeLines OnLine: Curriculum and Teaching Strategies for
Adult Learners.


Journal of College Science Teaching
, 29:


306
-
310, March
/April 2000.

Jungck, J. R., Stanley, E. D.
, Donovan, S., Soderberg, P.,
and Vaughan, V. G. (2000)
Crossing the
chasm of curriculum reform: BioQUEST curriculum consortium invites CAL
-
laboration
. In

CAL
-
laborate Volume 4 June 2000.

UniServe

Science, The University of Sydney, Australia.


Proceedings of Professional Meetings

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.

Waterman, M.A. and E.D.
Stanley.


Investigative Case Based Learning: Teaching Scientifically
While Connecting Science to Society.


In Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in
Undergraduate STEM Education


Proceedings of an NSF/AAAS conference of the same name
that took place

in April 2004. Published 2005.

Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.


LifeLines OnLine:


Investigative Case
-
Based Learning for 21
st

Century Learners.


Proceedings of the International Union of Biological Scientists and UNESCO
"BioEd 2000" conference held in Pa
ris, France, May 2000.


http://www.iubs.org/cbe/papers/waterman_stanley.html

(Last accessed, January 2011)


Articles for College Biology Instructors

Stanley, E.D. and M.A. Waterman.


Investigative Case Based Learning.


In R. Heyden (ed.)
Great Ideas in
Teaching
.


Benjamin Cummings.


2005
.


Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley. Doing Science Collaboratively with Investigative Case
Based Learning.


Strategies for Success,

No. 41, Spring 2004, pp. 4
-
6.

Stanley, E.D. and M.A. Waterman.


Learning with Investigativ
e Cases:


A scenario.
BioQUEST
Notes
.

Winter 1998, 8(2): 8
-
9,

13.






Websites

Stanley, E. et al. 2012. Science Case Network

website seeks to establish a social networking
site for multiple case and PBL users including developers, educators, researchers, learners,
professional organizations, and administrators.

http://sciencecasenet.or
g

(Last accessed
April 2012)

Stanley, E. and M. Waterman. 2008.


Investigative Case Based Learning

website includes
resource
s for writing, implementing and
evaluating ICBL
with

over 55 case modules written
by participants in ICBL workshops.


http://bioquest.org/icbl


(Last accessed April 2012)

Stanley, E. and M. Waterman. 2003.


Using Investigative Cases in Geoscience.
http://serc.carleton.edu/introgeo/icbl/index.html

(Last accessed March 2012)

An

invited
article is part of the “Starting Point:


Teaching Introductory Level Geoscience”

project.

Stanley, E. D. 1998
-
2002.

Visual Learning in the

Field



Visual Learning Approach to Insect Orders



Winter Twig Key



Oh Phlox!



Hackberry Leaves



Honey Locust

Stanley, E. D. et al. 1996. BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium website. Hosts multiple
national and international

projects,
downloadable
resources

including the BioQUEST Library
simulations, bioinformatics problem spaces, and quantitative tools
,
over 50
workshop
s
with

resources, and participant

projects .
http://bioquest.org

(Last accessed April 2012)