Dissection: The Scientific Case for Alternatives

@article{Balcombe2001DissectionTS,
  title={Dissection: The Scientific Case for Alternatives},
  author={J. Balcombe},
  journal={Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={4},
  pages={117 - 126}
}
  • J. Balcombe
  • Published 2001
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science
This article presents the scientific argument that learning methods that replace traditional nonhuman animal-consumptive methods in life science education-so-called alternatives to dissection-are pedagogically sound and probably superior to dissection. This article focuses on the pedagogy, a learning method's effectiveness for conveying knowledge. 
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