Canadian Council on Learning (2007) “The cultural divide in science education for Aboriginal learners”
Capaldo, Teresa (2004). “The Psychological Effect on Students of Using Animals in Ways that They See as Ethically, Morally and Religiously Wrong”, ALTA, 32, 525-531.
Knight, Andrew. 2011. The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 167-175.
Oakley, Jan (2013) “I Didn’t Feel Right About Animal Dissection: Dissection objectors share their science class experiences”, Society and Animals 21(4).
Oakley, Jan (2012) “Dissection and Choice in the Science Classroom: Student experiences, teacher responses, and a critical analysis of the right to refuse”, Journal of Teaching and Learning. Vol 8 (2).
Oakley, Jan (2009) “Under the Knife: Animal dissection as a contested school science activity”, Journal for Activist Science & Technology Education. Vol 1 (2).
Oakley, Jan (2008) “Science teachers and the dissection debate: Perspectives on animal dissection and alternatives”, International Journal of Environmental & Science Education. Vol 3 (3).
IV. Alternative Theoretical Paradigms – Animals as Subjects, not Objects of Science Education
Aboriginal Education Research Centre (2008) “Learning Indigenous Science from Place”
Aikenhead, Glen and Dean Elliott (2010) “An Emerging Decolonizing Science Education in Canada”, Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education. Vol 10 (4).
Lemke, J.L. (2001) “Articulating Communities: Sociocultural Perspectives on Science Education” Journal of Research in Science Teaching. Vol. 38 (3).
Lloro-Bidart, Teresa (2015) “A Political Ecology of Education in/for the Anthropocene”, Environment and Society: Advances in Research. Vol. 6
Lloro-Bidart, Teresa. “Culture as Ability: Organizing Enabling Space for Animals and Humans” Canadian Journal of Environmental Education (forthcoming)
Lowan-Trudeau, Greg (2012) “Expanding the conversation: further explorations into Indigenous environmental science education theory, research, and practice” Cultural Studies of Science Education. Vol. 7.
Oakley, Jan (2011) “Animality and Environmental Education: Toward an Interspecies Paradigm” Canadian Journal of Environmental Education. Vol. 16
Oakley, Jan et. al. (2010) “Animal Encounters in Environmental Education Research” Canadian Journal of Environmental Education. Vol. 15.