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Publicaciones scientíficas escritas por profesores asociados al Instituto Belga de Terapia Asistida con Animales por Pedagogía

(escritos en ingles)


  • W. E. Samuels, B.V. Carolan (2010). A smooth(er) NCATE visit. Invited presentation to the School of Education, Manhattanville College, Purchase, New York.

  • K. Nicoll, C. Trifone, W. E. Samuels (2008). An in-class, humane education programme can improve young students attitudes towards animals. Society and Animals, 16, 45-60. Download - Pinche aquí


  • W. E. Samuels (2007). Humane education: How to nurture empathy in children. Encyclopdia of Human-Animal Relationships: A Global Exploration of Our Connections with Animals (pp. 680 - 683), M. Bekoff and J. Nystrom (Eds. ), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.


  • W. E. Samuels (2006a). All children great and small: Helping foster kindness in schools and communities. Invited speaker at the American Humane Associations Annual Conference, Schaumburg, Illinois.


  • W. E. Samuels, D. Coultis, L. Meers, L., F.O. Odberg, S. Normando (September 23, 2006b). Can an AAI educational programme improve animal welfare? Vlaamse Diergeneeskundige Werkgroep Ethologie. Animal Welfare and Behaviour Conference, Ghent, Belgium.


  • W. E. Samuels (2006). Living science: Humane, student-inquiry science projects for middle and high schools. New York: The ASPCA.


  • W. E. Samuels (2005). Animals in violent homes: What they experience and what it means. Presentation made at Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York.


  • W.E Samuels, K. Robertson (2004). Integrating humane education into K - 3 elementary science curricula. Professional development workshop presented in partnership with the Dallas Animal Control to Dallas Independent School District teachers.


  • W. E. Samuels (2004a). ASPCA share drive: One big teaching machine. Animal Watch, 24 (3), pp. 38.


  • W. E. Samuels (2004b). Hooked on books: Fostering a lifelong love of books. Animal Watch, 24 (1), pp. 40.


  • K. Nicoll, C. Trifone, W. E. Samuels (2004). Relative efficacies of components of the We Love Animals! in-class humane education curriculum. Presentation made at the Michigan State Universitys Fourth Annual Human-Animal Bond Initiative Conference, Lansing, MI.


  • W. E. Samuels (2003a). The inquisitive mind: Teaching children to question their world. Animal Watch, 23 (1) 47.


  • W. E. Samuels (2003b). Assessing, monitoring, and evaluating humane education programmes. Presentation made to the first annual humane education conference at Green Chimneys, Brewster, New York.


  • W. E. Samuels (2003c). Studying humane education. Presentation made at the first quarterly meeting of the Greater DelMarPa Society in Bensalem, Penn.


  • W. E. Samuels (2003d). Implementing humane education. Presentation made at the SUNY Delhi Animal Shelter and Humane Society Workshops.

  • W. E. Samuels (2003e). Curiosity breeds kindness: Teaching techniques for a humane science class. Animal Watch, 23 (4), pp. 19.


  • J. Reinhartz, W. E. Samuels (2003a). Teachers as leaders: The success of the physical science institute. Paper presented to the 84th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Chicago.


  • J. Reinhartz, W. E. Samuels (2003b). The Teacher Researcher Academy: Promoting instructional effectiveness through action research inquiry training. Paper presented at the 83rd annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators Meeting in Jacksonville, Florida.


  • J. Reinhartz, W. E. Samuels (2001a). A seamless transition or is it? Forum of the Association for Arid Lands Studies, 17 (1), 28 - 35.


  • J. Reinhartz, W. E. Samuels (2001b). Land reclamation: Texas. Paper presented to the Western Social Science Association and the Association of Arid Lands Studies, 43rd Annual Conference, Reno, Nevada.


  • J. Reinhartz, W. E. Samuels (2001c). Perceived safety and exposure to violence are related to academic success. Poster presented at the Administrators Midwinter Conference on Education, Austin, Texas.


  • W. E. Samuels, J. Reinhartz (2001a). Advocating teen safety: New perspectives on best practice. Paper presented to the American Educational Research Association, 82nd Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington.


  • W. E. Samuels, J. Reinhartz (2001b). Listening to teens voices for fostering prosocial behaviors. Paper presented to the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, 2001 Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas.


  • W. E. Samuels, J. Reinhartz (2001c). Advocating teen safety: New perspectives on best practices. Paper presented to the Association of Teacher Educators, 81st Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.


  • W. E. Samuels, J. Reinhartz (2000). Teen voices: Insight for fostering prosocial behaviors in school. Teacher Educators Journal, 10 (1), 11 - 27.


  • J. Reinhartz, W. E. Samuels (1999). Predictors of violence and anti-social behaviors in after-school programmes in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex: An empirical study. Paper presented to the School of Education, The University of Texas at Arlington.




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