Teaching anatomy and physiology seems pretty straightforward. Give a lecture on the basics of a body system, the parts of the system, how it works, and how it interacts with the other body systems. Sounds simple, right? But even though the content is straightforward, a cut-and-dry lecture isn’t enough for a high school classroom. High school students need hands-on activities to help them remember important details and stay engaged with your lessons.
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Does your anatomy and physiology course need an update? Keeping students engaged while making sure they are well-prepared for exams, certifications, and further health science education can be an overwhelming task. But sometimes the answer to all of that lies in the small changes rather than a major overhaul. Here are three ways to update your anatomy and physiology lesson plans that don't require a total redo.
Many students struggle with the intricacies that are involved in anatomy and physiology. That's why our health science curriculum includes anatomy and physiology curriculum that will help the content stick.