Dissection Part 2: Classroom Dissection – Non-Animal Alternatives as Superior Teaching Tools with Dr. Elisabeth Ormandy
In this interview, Dr. Elisabeth Ormandy, co-founder and executive director of BC-based Animals in Science Policy Institute, details all of the phenomenal benefits of switching to non-animal alternatives to classroom dissection. Be prepared to be amazed how easy it is for teachers to switch to these superior models and how they help students to learn more effectively in a cheaper, greener, and safer way.
Listen as Dr. Lori Marino, neuroscientist, expert in animal behaviour and intelligence brings to light the ubiquitous practice of science class dissections. In this interview, Dr. Marino underscores not only the efficacy of animal-friendly alternatives to dissection, but also how research has actually found these alternatives to be superior teaching tools.