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Animals and science education : ethics, curriculum and pedagogy

Author: Michael P Mueller; Deborah J Tippins; Arthur J Stewart
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017] ©2017
Series: Environmental discourses in science education, v. 2.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book discusses how we can inspire today's youth to engage in challenging and productive discussions around the past, present and future role of animals in science education. Animals play a large role in the sciences and science education and yet they remain one of the least visible topics in the educational literature. This book is intended to cultivate research topics, conversations, and dispositions for the  Read more...
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Animals and science education.
Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
(OCoLC)975367444
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael P Mueller; Deborah J Tippins; Arthur J Stewart
ISBN: 9783319563756 3319563750
OCLC Number: 990299358
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 265 pages) : illustrations (some color), portraits.
Contents: Worm spit: integrating curriculum through a study of silk and the amazing silk worm / Michael L. Bentley, Teresa Auldridge --
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 --
Engineering a solution for managing fish waste / Alexandra West Jefferies --
Learning science in aquariums and on whalewatching boats: the hidden curriculum of the deployment of other animals / Teresa Lloro-Bidart, Constance Russell --
Tracing the anthrozoological landscape of central iowa: place and pedagogical possibilities / Cori Jakubiak --
Life after the fact(ory): pedagogy of care at an animal sanctuary / Christopher Bentley, Steve Alsop --
Ethical-ecological holism in science pedagogy: in honor of sea urchins / Lee Beavington, Heesoon Bai, Serenna Celeste Romanycia --
A story of chicks, science fairs and the ethics of students: biomedical research / Sophia (Sun Kyung) Jeong, Deborah J. Tippins, Shakhnoza Kayumova --
Spiders, rats, and education / Jimmy Karlan --
How technology can replace animals in lab practices / Eduardo Dopico, Eva Garcia-Vazquez --
Using object-based learning to understand animal evolution / Paul Davies, Joanne Nicholl --
Death in a jar: the study of life / Mary Rebecca Warbington Wells --
Socio-scientific issues for scientific literacy: the evolution of an environmental education program with a focus on birds / Andrew T. Kinslow, Troy D. Sadler --
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 --
Care-based citizen science: nurturing an ethic of care to support the preservation of biodiversity / Renée Lyons, Cassie F. Quigley, Michelle Cook --
Mapping conceptions of wolf hunting onto an ecological worldview conceptual framework: unting for a worldview theory / Teresa J. Shume --
A framework within which to determine how we should use animals in science education / Michael J. Reiss.
Series Title: Environmental discourses in science education, v. 2.
Responsibility: Michael P. Mueller, Deborah J. Tippins, Arthur J. Stewart, editors.

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"This book discusses how we can inspire today's youth to engage in challenging and productive discussions around the past, present and future role of animals in science education. Animals play a large role in the sciences and science education and yet they remain one of the least visible topics in the educational literature. This book is intended to cultivate research topics, conversations, and dispositions for the ethical use of animals in science and education. This book explores the vital role of animals with/in science education, specimens, protected species, and other associated issues with regards to the role of animals in science. Topics explored include ethical, curriculum and pedagogical dimensions, involving invertebrates, engineering solutions that contribute to ecosystems, the experiences of animals under our care, aesthetic and contemplative practices alongside science, school-based ethical dialogue, nature study for promoting inquiry and sustainability, the challenge of whether animals need to be used for science whatsoever, reconceptualizing museum specimens, cultivating socioscientific issues and epistemic practice, cultural integrity and citizen science, the care and nurturance of gender-balanced curriculum choices for science education, and theoretical conversations around cultivating critical thinking skills and ethical dispositions. The diverse authors in this book take on the logic of domination and symbolic violence embodied within the scientific enterprise that has systematically subjugated animals and nature, and emboldened the anthropocentric and exploitative expressions for the future role of animals. At a time when animals are getting excluded from classrooms (too dangerous! too many allergies! too dirty!), this book is an important counterpoint. Interacting with animals helps students develop empathy, learn to care for living things, engage with content. We need more animals in the science curriculum, not less"--Publisher's description.

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