'Teacher only calls her pets': Teacher's selective attention and the invisible life of a diverse classroom in Ghana
Contributor(s):: Opoku-Amankwa, Kwasi
Action, talk, and thought in block play
Contributor(s):: Reifel, Stuart, Yeatman, June
Akron Pupils Engage In Varied Activities
An interview with David Schonfeld: The educator's role in helping children with grief
Contributor(s):: Schonfeld, David J., Shaughnessy, Michael F.
An Investigation of Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitudes Toward Animals and Empathy Toward Humans: Implications for Humane Education Development
Contributor(s):: Fung, Suk Chun, Zhou, Sili
In the last 20 years, humane education (HE) has undergone a paradigm shift from a simple animal welfare education model to a teacher-led positive education approach that cultivates kindness, love, and empathy in children and youth. While teachers’ humane attitudes are considered a prerequisite...
An investigation of the effects of a facility dog on student learning and the learning environment
Contributor(s):: Bradley, Jordana
Animal-assisted Activities for Students With Disabilities: Obtaining Stakeholders' Approval and Planning Strategies for Teachers
Contributor(s):: Baumgartner, Erin, Cho, Jeong-il
Biology teachers' attitudes to dissection and alternatives
Contributor(s):: King, L. A., Ross, C. L., Stephens, M. L., Rowan, A. N.
Childrens', parents', and teachers' perceptions of child wellbeing
Contributor(s):: Sixsmith, Jane, Gabhainn, Saoirse Nic, Fleming, Collette, O'Higgins, Sioban
Companion animals in Indiana elementary schools
Contributor(s):: Rud, A. G., Jr., Beck, A. M.
This descriptive study examined data on the presence of pets in elementary classrooms in a sample of rural, suburban and urban elementary school classrooms in Indiana, USA, and suggested a rich area for researchers interested in human-animal interactions in school settings. A convenience sample...
Creating Junior Ethologists
Contributor(s):: Farenga, Stephen J., Joyce, Beverly A., Ness, Daniel
Dear Simba is Dead Forever
Contributor(s):: Sandstrom, Susan
Designing a Likert-type scale to assess attitude toward energy conservation: A nine step process
Contributor(s):: Koballa, Thomas R.
Feather, Feet, and Fin Safety in the Classroom
Contributor(s):: Roy, Ken
Goodbye Critter Jitters
Contributor(s):: Eidietis, Laura, Gray, Stacey, Riggs, Leela, West, Bridgette, Coffman, Margaret
Guard Dogs or Guide Dogs? Adequacy vs. Quality in the Accreditation of Teacher Education
Contributor(s):: Dill, William R.
Healing bonds: Animal assisted interventions with adjudicated male youth
Contributor(s):: Johnson, Amy, Bruneau, Laura, Blazina, Christopher, Kogan, Lori R.
High school teachers' experience of the educational potential of outdoor teaching and learning
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Contributor(s):: Emilia Fägerstam
This is a longitudinal case study where teachers from different disciplines were interviewed before and after an outdoor teaching project in a Swedish junior high school. The school grounds were used regularly as an area for teaching and learning in different subjects. The purpose of this study...
How do primary pre-service teachers assess circus with animals and its educational value? A study with Portuguese, Spanish and Greek students
| Contributor(s):: António Almeida, Beatriz García Fernández, Penelope Papadopoulou
This study aimed to check the opinion of primary pre-service teachers about circus with animals, including if they recognize any educational value in this type of show and how they assess the animals’ treatment in this place. For that, a questionnaire with open and closed questions was...
How Educators Use Dogs to Support Children's Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Development
| Contributor(s):: Michelle Roberts-Schneider
Children's undeveloped social, emotional, and behavioral skills have long been a concern in early childhood classrooms. Numerous studies have illuminated how therapy dogs in pedagogical settings support children's holistic development, yet there is scant data on the integration of...