Regarding Usher Syndrome
DeafBlind Cajuns. A case study for teaching the science of Usher Syndrome (high school, college level). National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science. 2020.
Dr. Griffard’s biology education publications
Griffard, P.B. (2020). DeafBlind Cajuns. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science.
Griffard, P.B. (2017). “Cajun Strong: Community and Science Bolster Lives of Deaf-Blind in Acadiana.” Louisiana Cultural Vistas, 38-42.
Griffard, P.B. (2013) Deconstruction and Decoding of Complex Process Diagrams used in University Biology, in Multiple Representations in Biological Education. D. Treagust and C.-Y. Tsui, eds. New York: Springer.
Griffard, P. B. (2008). The Expat Meme Machine Destinations, June, pages 30-33. (Winner of Judy Moody-Stuart Literary Prize.
Griffard, P. B. and J. H. Wandersee (1999). “Challenges to meaningful learning among African-American females at an urban science high school.” International Journal of Science Education 21(6): 611-632