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The American Biology Teacher (2015) 77 (5): 340–346.
Published: 01 May 2015
...Pamela Osenkowski; Che Green; Anne Tjaden; Peggy Cunniff Animal dissection has been routinely practiced in American biology classrooms for decades. With technological advancements, more states adopting student choice measures, and increased awareness about ethical concerns surrounding dissection...
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The American Biology Teacher (2020) 82 (6): 421–422.
Published: 01 August 2020
...Sarah Monson; Mary Jo Tufte; Jay Lance Forshee, II Many biology courses include a dissection lab. Whether students are dissecting a frog or a cadaver, it is important for them to be comfortable with their surroundings and the dissections. However, many students are uneasy around dissections, which...
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The American Biology Teacher (2000) 62 (5): 374–377.
Published: 01 May 2000
... Biology Teacher, 38(8), 491-493. Collins 8 491 38 The American Biology Teacher 1976 Herzog, H.A., Jr. (1996). Dissection in Second- ary School: The View from the Troubled Middle. Panel discussion, sponsored by the Humane Society of the United States, at National Association of Biology Teach...
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The American Biology Teacher (2016) 78 (7): 560–567.
Published: 01 September 2016
...Samantha Suiter; Jan Oakley; Justin Goodman Although animal dissection is common in classrooms, growing concerns for animal welfare and advances in nonanimal teaching methods have prompted the creation of policies that allow students to choose humane alternatives to classroom animal use. We...
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<b>Dissection</b> of worms. ( A ) The placement of pins before <b>dissection</b>. The ven...
Published: 01 October 2015
Figure 2. Dissection of worms. ( A ) The placement of pins before dissection. The ventral side of the worm should be facing up. ( B ) The placement of pins after dissection. ( C ) The gut removed from the “no-gut” worm (top) and next to the “two-guts” worm (bottom). Figure 2. Dissection of More
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Student lionfish <b>dissection</b> (top), loading samples for agarose gel electrop...
Published: 01 March 2019
Figure 1. Student lionfish dissection (top), loading samples for agarose gel electrophoresis (left), and analyzing prey DNA sequences (right). Figure 1. Student lionfish dissection (top), loading samples for agarose gel electrophoresis (left), and analyzing prey DNA sequences (right). More
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The American Biology Teacher (2011) 73 (8): 500–501.
Published: 01 October 2011
... Biological evolution Matter, energy and organisms in living systems Behavior of organisms In terms of the virtual dissections, the program has six virtual dissections to choose from. These include the cow eye, fetal pig, frog, owl pellet, squid, and starfish. I was able to use Froguts as a pre...
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The American Biology Teacher (2010) 72 (3): 146–147.
Published: 01 March 2010
...Gwendolyn Shipley Instead of dissecting animals, students create small clay models of human internal organs to demonstrate their understanding of the positioning and interlocking shapes of the organs. Not only is this approach more environmentally friendly, it also forces them to learn human...
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<b>Dissection</b> of ovaries.  (A)  Female is transferred to depression well slide...
Published: 01 April 2017
Figure 3. Dissection of ovaries. (A) Female is transferred to depression well slide next to drop of PBS (outlined in gray, right). (B) Forceps are used to gently hold fly in place. (C) Straight probe is used to press on ovipositor. (D) Probe is used to tear off ovipositor. (E) Probe is More
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The American Biology Teacher (2005) 67 (6): 369–374.
Published: 01 August 2005
...Douglas Allchin Copyright National Association of Biology Teachers References Cross, T. & Cross, V. (2004). Scalpel or mouse? A statistical comparison of real and virtual frog dissections. American Biology Teacher, 66, 408-411. Cross 408 66 American Biology Teacher 2004...
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The American Biology Teacher (2004) 66 (2): 128–132.
Published: 01 February 2004
.... Utica, NY: SUNY FACT. Fabian The evolution of BIO200 Supporting Instructional Development: What Really Works 1999 0- 0 H 0 Evolutionary Biology Di ital Dissection Project Web-Based Laboratory Learning Opportunities for Students CAROLE ANN FABIAN he Course B10200: Evolutionary Biology is a...
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The American Biology Teacher (2004) 66 (1): 70–71.
Published: 01 January 2004
... even presents some interesting ideas about the possibility of human hibernation. VIRTUAL DISSECTION A BioeLearning Company, 2003. www.froguts.com. CD of modules available for 70 THE AMERICAN BIOLOGY TEACHER, VOLUME 66, NO. 1,JANUARY 2004 purchase. For more information, contact sales@froguts.com. For...
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The American Biology Teacher (2003) 65 (9): 652–658.
Published: 01 November 2003
...: Today's realities and tomorrow's promises. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 31(1), 16-26, 54. Lewis 1 16 31 Journal of Learning Disabilities 1998 Marieb, E.E. (2000). Human Anatomy Laboratory Manual with Cat Dissections, 3rd Edition. San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings. Marieb 3 Human...
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The American Biology Teacher (2014) 76 (1): 42–46.
Published: 01 January 2014
...Jeff S. Simpson Because of shrinking budgets and computerized virtual dissection programs, many large and small institutions are closing the door on traditional and expensive cadaver dissection classes. However, many health-care educators would argue there is still a place for cadaver dissection in...
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Prevalence of animals commonly used as <b>dissection</b> specimens in precollege b...
Published: 01 May 2015
Figure 1. Prevalence of animals commonly used as dissection specimens in precollege biology education. (A) Percentage of teachers who have regularly or occasionally used animal species for dissection specimens during the past 2 years, among the teachers who practice dissection (n = 986). (B More
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Use of <b>dissection</b> alternatives in precollege classrooms. (A) Percentage of ...
Published: 01 May 2015
Figure 2. Use of dissection alternatives in precollege classrooms. (A) Percentage of teachers indicating how, or whether, they use dissection alternatives in their classrooms (n = 1178). (B) Availability of dissection alternatives in precollege American classrooms according to educators (n More
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The American Biology Teacher (1999) 61 (2): 88.
Published: 01 February 1999
...Dorothy Matthews Copyright The National Association of Biology Teachers Letters Efficacy of Fetal Pig Dissection Alternatives Questioned Dear Editor: I am writing in response to concerns expressed by Dr. Jonathan Balcombe, President of the Humane Society, to a study I conducted titled...
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The American Biology Teacher (1998) 60 (6): 406.
Published: 01 June 1998
... member of the Intemational Human Genome Organization (HUGO). Letters Dialogue on Student's Right To Choose Dissection Alternative Continues Dear Editor: I was very disappointed with Wayne Carley's reply to a letter from Alicia Silverstone asking the NABT to support the right of students to choose...
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The American Biology Teacher (1998) 60 (3): 228–229.
Published: 01 March 1998
... 39 20 Journal of Computer-Based Instruction 1993 Struass, R. & Kinzie, M. (1994). Student achievement & attitudes in a pilot study comparing an interactive vid- eodisc simulation to conventional dissection. The American Biology Teacher, 56, 7, 398-402. Struass 7 398 56 The...
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The American Biology Teacher (1998) 60 (7): 484.
Published: 01 September 1998
... Dissection Dear Editor: I have just read "Letters" in the February 1998 issue of ABT. While I agree with Dr. Carley's and the NABT's position on dissec- tion, it seems to me there is another aspect to this issue that teachers need to consider. All of the proper pedagogical reasons for dissec- tion will not...