Animals and Science Education: Ethics, Curriculum and Pedagogy

Animals and Science Education: Ethics, Curriculum and Pedagogy

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ISBN-13: 9783319859002
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2018
Series: Environmental Discourses in Science Education , #2
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
Pages: 265
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents


Foreword: Wild Awakedness and Animalistic Inquiry: Introducing a Book on the Role of Animals with/in Science Education, Michael P. Mueller (University of Alaska Anchorage), Arthur J. Stewart (Oak Ridge Associated Universities), and Deborah J. Tippins (University of Georgia).- Chapter 1: Worm Spit: Integrating Curriculum through a Study of Silk and the Amazing Silk Worm, Michael L. Bentley (Virginia Museum of Natural History) and Teresa Auldridge (Full Option Science System).- Chapter 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 and Maria S. Rivera Maulucci (Barnard College).- Chapter 3: Engineering a Solution for Fish Waste Management, Alexandra E. West (University of Alaska Anchorage).- Chapter 4: Learning Science in Aquariums and on Whalewatching Boats—The Hidden Curriculum of the Deployment of Other Animals, Teresa Lloro-Bidart (California State Polytechnic University at Pomona) and Connie Russell (Lakehead University).- Chapter 5: Tracing the Anthrozoological Landscape of Central Iowa: Place and Pedagogical Possibilities, Cori Jakubiak (Grinnell College).- Chapter 6: Life After the Fact(ory)—Pedagogy of Care at An Animal Sanctuary, Christopher Bentley and Steve Alsop (York University).- Chapter 7: Ethical-Ecological Holism in Science Pedagogy—In Honor of Sea Urchins, Lee Beavington, Heesoon Bai, (Simon Fraser University)
and Serenna Celeste Romanycia.- Chapter 8: A Story of Chicks, Science Fairs and the Ethics of Biomedical Research, Sophia Jeong, Deborah Tippins (University of Georgia), Shakhnoza Kayumova (Dartmouth University).- Chapter 9: Spiders, Rats, and Education, Jimmy Karlan (Antioch University New England).- Chapter 10: Leave the Pets Alone, Eduardo Dopico and Eva Garcia-Vazquez (University of Oviedo).- Chapter 11: Using Object-based Learning to Understand Animal Evolution, Paul Davies and Joanne Nicholl (University College London).- Chapter 12: Death in a Jar—The Study of Life, Mary Rebecca Warbington Wells (Armstrong State University).- Chapter 13: Socio-Scientific Issues for Scientific Literacy – The Evolution of an Environmental Education Program with a Focus on Birds, Andrew T. Kinslow and Troy D. Sadler (University of Missouri).- Chapter 14: Hawaiian Citizen Science—Journeys of Self Discovery and Understanding of Scientific Concepts through Culture and Nature Study in School Science Classes, Jennifer Kuwahara (University of Hawaii).- Chapter 15: Care-based Citizen Science: Nurturing an Ethic of Care to Support the Preservation of Biodiversity, Renée Lyons, Cassie Quigley and Michelle Cook (Clemson University).- Chapter 16: Mapping Conceptions of Wolf Hunting onto a Worldview Conceptual
Framework—Hunting for a Worldview Theory, Teresa J. Shume (North Dakota State University).- Chapter 17: A Framework within which to Determine How We Should Use Animals in Science Education, Michael J. Reiss (University College London).- Index.

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