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Welcome to the Science Case Network Case Scholars program. I will be your Case Mentor from March 1 2014 to Feb 28 2015 for the ”Community College and Cases” Group.
The trend for change in science education […]
Join us as we address case based approaches for engaging undergraduates enrolled in developmental courses by emphasizing interdisciplinary thinking in STEM. Our cases focus on context-rich applications and […]
The ”Community Colleges” group is for those who teach at community colleges to share ideas and thoughts about cases.
This group will develop contacts, mailing lists and other ideas to recruit new members to SCN
This group organizes our project work. We keep all steering committee meeting agendas, notes, reports, and critical emails under the Forum topics. Steering committee members are encouraged to access the Forum to […]
Individuals/groups who wish to participate within SCN are invited to post their ideas here.
Using resources or case stories that introduce international elements.
At the SCN meeting in May 2013, we started developing a case study that could be used for faculty development purposes. Here, we can further add and discuss ideas and strategies to use help faculty ’discover’ […]
Steering committee members will meet at 1PM on Friday, May 17th, following the ASMCUE Conference. Our agenda includes the annual report, planning for 2014, consideration of the Wider NSF program solicitation, and […]
Program planning committee for the SCN meeting and sessions offered during the ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators in Denver, Colorado Metropolitan Area this May 16-19, 2013. Requests for information or […]
The first SCN national working session is focused on networking with other projects, organizations, and professionals on how we can bridge perceived gaps by collaborating on topics for cases, ways of working with […]
This group is focused on illustrating how cases are adopted and adapted.
This is an open group for users to share input / feedback on the website. You are welcome to make comments, share ideas, or propose a Forum topic for consideration by the group. Note: You must log in to join.