Science Education

 

Books

Constible, J. M., L. H. Sandro, and R. E. Lee. 2008. Climate Change From Pole to Pole: Biology Investigations. NSTA press, Arlington, 237 pp. (2009 Distinguished Acheivement Award finalist, Association of Educational Publishers) | link to buy book

Articles

(student authors in boldface)

Titchenell, M. and J. Costanzo. 2014. Wild wonders in the woods: Ohio's amphibians. The Ohio Woodland Journal 21(1): 18-21. | PDF

Betteley, P., Harr, N., and Lee R. E. 2013. Sharing Antarctic research in the classroom: authentic outreach as a means of promoting student performance. Performance Improvement 52:16-23 | PDF

Harr, N. A., K. Doneyko, and R. E. Lee. 2012. Read and walk to Antarctica. Science and Children 50: 27-31 | PDF

Constible, J., L. Williams, J. Faure, and R. E. Lee. 2012. Bringing Antarctica home. Science and Children 49: 32-36 | PDF

Harr, N. A., and R. E. Lee. 2010. Nature detectives. Science and Children 48: 34-39 | PDF

Steinwald, M., Kawarasaki, Y., Constible, J., Lee, R. E., Jr., and A. J. Bailer. 2010. Picture polar science: using gigapan to connect classrooms to Antarctic cryobiologists.Proceedings of the Fine International Conference on Gigapixel Imaging for Science, November 11–13, 1-6 | PDF

Betteley, P. and R. E. Lee. 2009. Inspiring future scientists: comparing scientists’ learning styles with their own taught fourth graders that they already have the “right stuff” to tackle careers in the sciences. Science and Children 46: 46-52 | PDF

Constible, J. M., L. H. Sandro, and R. E. Lee. 2008. Ah-choo! Increased risk of pollen allergies in the Northern Hemisphere. Journal of College Science Teaching 37: 82-89 | PDF

Constible, J. M., L. H. Sandro, and R. E. Lee. 2008. Carrion - It's what's for dinner: Wolves reduce the impact of climate change. The American Biology Teacher 70: 95-102 | PDF

Constible, J. M., L. H. Sandro, and R. E. Lee. 2007. A cooperative classroom investigation of climate change. The Science Teacher 74: 56-63 | PDF

Sandro, L. H., J. M. Constible, and R. E. Lee. 2007. Extreme athropods: Exploring evolutionary adaptations to polar and temperate deserts. Science Scope 30(9): 24-32 | PDF

Constible, J. M., R. G. McWilliams, E. G. Soldo, B. E. Perry, and R. E. Lee. 2007. An immersion professional development program in environmental science for inservice elementary school teachers. Journal of Geoscience Education 54 (1): 70-77. | PDF

Bugg, S. R., J. Constible, M. Kaput, and R. E. Lee. 2007. They're m-e-e-elting! An investigation of glacial retreat in Antarctica. Science Scope 30 (4): 42-28. | PDF

Shore, C., P. J. Baker, Z. Birchmeier, S. A. Dinkelacker, A. Han, M. Lea, C. McClure, and J. Rangarajan. 2006. Miami University's learning community for PFF: Institutionalizing a departmental program. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching: 17: 61-75. | PDF

Constible, J. M. and R. E. Lee. 2006. Awesome aggregations. The Science Teacher 73: 44-50. | PDF

Sandro, L. H. and R. E. Lee. 2006. Winter biology & freeze tolerance in the goldenrod gall fly. The American Biology Teacher. 68(1): 29-35 | PDF

Davidson, E. C. and R. E. Lee. 1998. When cells freeze over: investigating solute concentration, osmosis, and cryopreservation. The Science Teacher 65: 28-31. | PDF

Lee, R. E. 1995. Microrespirometers for the classroom. The American Biology Teacher 57: 284-285. | PDF

Case Studies

Constible, J., L. Sandro, and R. E. Lee. 2009. Ach-choo! A case study on climate change and allergies. University of Buffalo (SUNY): National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science. | link

Lee, R. E. 1995. Microrespirometers for the classroom. The American Biology Teacher 57: 284-285. | PDF

Other

McWilliams, R. G. The Geology of North America as Illustrated by Native American Stories. | PDF

McWilliams, R. G. Evidence of a Possible 32-Mile-Wide Thrust Fault, Wind River Basin, Fremont County Wyoming. | PDF