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SESSION I-EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES AND EXPERIMENTAL REVIEW

  • Objectives of Animal Use in Biology Courses - William V. Mayer
  • Student (and Animal) Welfare - Leonard M. Krause
  • Learning from Animals: Models for Studying Physiology and Disease - W. jean Dodds
  • Reverence for Life: An Ethic for High School Biology Curricula - George K. Russell
  • Pain-infliction in Animal Research - Dorothy Tennov

SESSION II-THE USE OF VERTEBRATES IN BIOLOGY CLASSES

  • Secondary and Elementary School Use of Live and Preserved Animals - Marvin B. Emmons
  • Understanding and Attitudes Derived from the Use of Animals in Schools - Peter J. Kelly
  • The Vertebrate Animal in High School Biology - Alan M. Beck
  • Animals in British Schools: Legal and Practical Problems - Jennifer Remfry
  • No Pain Infliction by Untrained Youths - Christine Stevens

SESSION III-HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIRS: EVALUATION OF LIVE ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION

  • Science Youth Activities and Animal Experimentation - E.G. Sherburne, Jr.
  • High School Science Fairs: Evaluation of Live Animal Experimentation--The Canadian Experience - Harry C. Rowsell
  • The Challenge and Motivation of Students through Live Animal Projects - Thurman S. Grafton
  • Humaneness Supersedes Curiosity - F. Barbara Orlans
  • Role of the Student's Supervisor/Advisor in Science Fair Projects - F.M. Loew
  • Fundamental Criteria for Determining the Educational Value of Live Animal Experimentation in High School Science Fairs - David H. Neil

DISCUSSION

  • A State Educational Agency's Position on Science Curricula Involving Animals - William E. Spooner
  • Implications of State Humane Laws for Education - Wayne A. Moyer
  • A Brief History of the 1979 Massachusetts Act Regulating the Use of Live Animals in Public School Activities - Nancy Ann Payton
  • State Laws Restricting Animal Experiments in Secondary Schools - Margaret Morrison
  • The Debate Over Animal Rights: An Introduction - Tom Regan

APPENDICES

  • Guidelines for Study of Animals in Elementary and Secondary Schools
  • Code of Practice for Animal Related Studies in Science Fairs
  • Model Bill on the Study of Animals in Elementary and Secondary Schools and in Science Fairs

ISBN

0937712000

Publication Date

1980

Publisher

The Institute for the Study of Animal Problems

City

Washington, DC

Disciplines

Animal Experimentation and Research | Animal Studies | Humane Education

Comments

ANIMALS IN EDUCATION is the proceedings of the conference, "The Use of Animals in High School Biology Classes and Science Fairs," held September 27-28, 1979 in Washington, D.C. which was sponsored by The Institute for the Study of Animal Problems, 2100 L Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. in connection with The Myrin Institute for Adult Education, 521 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10021.

Animals in Education: The Use of Animals in High School Biology Classes and Science Fairs

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