Dissection Technology a Hit at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference in San Diego

June 24-27, 2012 - Animalearn had the opportunity to showcase its humane science products from The Science Bank to over 18,000 K-12 educators, administrators, technology coordinators, and others who are instrumental in incorporating technology in classrooms at this year's International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference.

ISTE was the ideal venue for Animalearn to highlight the latest dissection technology available, including the Punflay Frog and Rat Dissection Apps for the iPad, as well as online based prgrams such as Froguts and CyberAnatomy. Animalearn was also honored to have Dr. Nancy Harrison, a pathologist in the San Diego area, join us at ISTE to demonstrate Digital Frog, a very popular frog dissection software program.

"ISTE attendees were clearly excited about the assortment of dissection technology offerings that we displayed and urged people to try at this show," said Animalearn Director Nicole Green.

"Our goal is to enlighten 21st century educators about the plethora of innovative teaching tools that can be used to replace animal specimens in biology classes, and ISTE was the perfect place for us to accomplish this task."

Animalearn, the educational division of the American Anti-Vivisection Society (AAVS), works with educators, students and others to achieve quality humane science education without harmful use of animals. Visit or call (800)729-2287.