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By Patricia G. Patrick, Sue Dale Tunnicliffe

ISBN-10: 9400748620

ISBN-13: 9789400748620

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ISBN-13: 9789400748637

Founded at the premise that zoos are ‘bilingual’—that the zoo, within the form of its employees and shows, and its viewers converse special languages—this enlightening research of the casual studying that happens in zoos examines the ‘speech’ of indicates and employees in addition to the discourse of holiday makers starting within the earliest years. utilizing real-life conversations between viewers as a foundation for dialogue, the authors interrogate children’s responses to the shows and via doing so increase an ‘informal studying version’ and a ‘zoo wisdom version’ that activates feedback for actions that study room educators can use ahead of, in the course of, and after a zoo visit.

Their research of the ‘visitor voice’ informs artistic feedback for a way to reinforce the academic stories of younger buyers. through assessing viewers’ access wisdom and their interpretations of the indicates, the authors determine a baseline for zoos that is helping them to refine their verbal exchange with viewers, for instance in increasing wisdom of concerns relating biodiversity and organic conservation. The ebook contains sensible recommendation for zoo and school room educators approximately confident how you can organize for zoo visits, attractive actions in the course of visits, and follow-up paintings that maximizes the pedagogical advantages. It additionally displays at the interaction among the constructing function of zoos as facilitators of studying, and the ways that zoos support viewers assimilate the information on supply. as well as being crucial studying for educators in zoos and within the school room, this quantity is stuffed with insights with a lot broader contextual relevance for buying the main out of museum visits and box journeys in general.

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Based at the premise that zoos are ‘bilingual’—that the zoo, within the form of its employees and shows, and its viewers converse particular languages—this enlightening research of the casual studying that happens in zoos examines the ‘speech’ of indicates and employees in addition to the discourse of holiday makers starting within the earliest years.

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Conservation education in zoos can make it clear that nature conservation affects everyone, and that everyone needs to be concerned with it. (p. 25) The International Zoo Educators Association states that biological conservation education is : : : the process of influencing people’s attitudes, emotions, knowledge, and behaviors about wildlife and wild places. This is done through the efforts of skilled educators and interpreters, who use a variety of techniques, methods, and assessments to reconnect people with the natural world.

2009). The Frozen Ark Project: The role of zoos and aquariums in preserving the genetic material of threatened animals. International Zoo Yearbook, 43, 222–230. , & Saunders, C. D. (2009). Zoo experiences: Conversations, connections, and concern for animals. Zoo Biology, 28, 377–397. Convention on Biological Diversity. (2010). Global diversity outlook 3. cbd. int/GBO3 Conway, W. (2003). The role of zoos in the 21st century. International Zoo Yearbook, 38, 7–13. Croke, V. (1997). The modern ark.

5; therefore, exhibits are not discussed in detail in this chapter. At present, zoos are changing their approach to exhibit design and their facilities. Handson laboratories, interactive technology, computer simulations, teleconferencing centers, discovery rooms, and immersion exhibits are now an integral part of what zoos have to offer. Classrooms are being built around themes such as habitats, biogeography, and educational expeditions. Zoos are taking into account their own learning objectives and that of national and state educational standards.

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