Kim Case is a full-time lecturer in the Department of Elementary and Bilingual Education. She specializes in STEM curriculum and pedagogy. Her current work focuses on exploring teacher self-efficacy in science and supporting their development in inquiry practice. She is also interested in building partnerships with local schools and feels the rewards of collaborating together benefit teachers, K-16 students and administrators alike.
Kim is a CSUF alumni and after teaching elementary school in Corona-Norco she returned to teach within the multiple subject credential program and share her experience with future teachers. She serves as the block leader for the combined credential and master’s program cohorts and enjoys her role as the faculty advisor for Club TEACH.
Her courses include:
EDEL 430 Foundations of Education
EDEL 436 Science Methodology
EDEL 315 Introduction to Elementary School Teaching