Mueller, Michael P.

Animals and Science Education

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Table of contents

1. Worm Spit: Integrating Curriculum Through a Study of Silk and the Amazing Silk Worm
Michael L. Bentley, Teresa Auldridge

2. You Can Give a Bee Some Water, But You Can’t Make Her Drink: A Socioscientific Approach to Honey Bees in Science Education
Jonathan Snow, Maria S. Rivera Maulucci

3. Engineering a Solution for Managing Fish Waste
Alexandra West Jefferies

4. Learning Science in Aquariums and on Whalewatching Boats: The Hidden Curriculum of the Deployment of Other Animals
Teresa Lloro-Bidart, Constance Russell

5. Tracing the Anthrozoological Landscape of Central Iowa: Place and Pedagogical Possibilities
Cori Jakubiak

6. Life After the Fact(ory): Pedagogy of Care at an Animal Sanctuary
Christopher Bentley, Steve Alsop

7. Ethical-Ecological Holism in Science Pedagogy: In Honor of Sea Urchins
Lee Beavington, Heesoon Bai, Serenna Celeste Romanycia

8. A Story of Chicks, Science Fairs and the Ethics of Students’ Biomedical Research
Sophia (Sun Kyung) Jeong, Deborah J. Tippins, Shakhnoza Kayumova

9. Spiders, Rats, and Education
Jimmy Karlan

10. How Technology Can Replace Animals in Lab Practices
Eduardo Dopico, Eva Garcia-Vazquez

11. Using Object-Based Learning to Understand Animal Evolution
Paul Davies, Joanne Nicholl

12. Death in a Jar: The Study of Life
Mary Rebecca Warbington Wells

13. Socio-scientific Issues for Scientific Literacy – The Evolution of an Environmental Education Program with a Focus on Birds
Andrew T. Kinslow, Troy D. Sadler

14. Hawaiian Citizen Science: Journeys of Self-Discovery and Understanding of Scientific Concepts Through Culture and Nature Study in School Science Classes
Jennifer L. H. Kuwahara

15. Care-Based Citizen Science: Nurturing an Ethic of Care to Support the Preservation of Biodiversity
Renée Lyons, Cassie F. Quigley, Michelle Cook

16. Mapping Conceptions of Wolf Hunting onto an Ecological Worldview Conceptual Framework—Hunting for a Worldview Theory
Teresa J. Shume

17. A Framework Within Which to Determine How We Should Use Animals in Science Education
Michael J. Reiss

Keywords: Education, Science Education, Environmental and Sustainability Education, Learning & Instruction, Teaching and Teacher Education

Publication year
Environmental Discourses in Science Education
Page amount
18 pages
Upbringing, Education
Printed ISBN

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