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Chapter 3 Activity 4. Tech Pack in Action: Analyzing a Scenario Presented by Susan Holden, Mark Lloyd, Jennifer Nicholson, Eric McIntyre, Huguette Poirier and Julie Stewart. Frog Dissection: Virtual Simulations.

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Chapter 3 Activity 4

Tech Pack in Action: Analyzing a Scenario

Presented by Susan Holden, Mark Lloyd, Jennifer Nicholson, Eric McIntyre, Huguette Poirier and Julie Stewart.

frog dissection virtual simulations
Frog Dissection: Virtual Simulations
  • Ms. Francisco: trying to integrate the use of technology into her classroom-specifically virtual frog dissection.
  • AIM: to avoid students objecting on ethical grounds and general intolerance to formaldehyde
  • AIM: Engaging females in science
some logistical issues ms francisco must overcome to implement these new strategies
Some logistical issues Ms. Francisco must overcome to implement these new strategies:
  • Proving her teaching techniques are innovative; writing a persuasive proposal
  • How will she prove that any of the lessons will appeal and aid females in scientific study?
our research
Our Research:

“The use of dissections within biology courses, is controversial, leading teachers and students to reconsider the value of these procedures in the classroom. Typical alternatives to using live animals for dissection are, 3D models, videotapes of experiments, self experimentation and computer simulations.

Based on our experience over the past ten years, these options appear to fulfill the majority of objectives required for dissection… but when students are offered an alternative to dissection using models and charts, there was no significant difference in their written examination results, compared to students who completed the dissection hands on.” (Downie & Meadows, 1995).

bibliography
Bibliography

Downie, R., & Meadows, J. (1995). Experience with a dissection opt-out scheme in university level biology. Journal of Biological Education 29(3).

http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/melbourne01/pdf/papers/franklins.pdf June 28th 2012.