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The iCEV CTE Blog

The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.

Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science | High School

By: Bri Stauffer
August 22nd, 2023

As a CTE curriculum developer, we speak with thousands of health science teachers every year.

Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science

By: Bri Stauffer
July 20th, 2023

Anatomy and physiology is a crucial topic for every health science student to learn.


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Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science

By: Mike Cescon
December 9th, 2022

With how important a topic anatomy and physiology is, it’s no surprise you want to get off to a strong start when teaching it to your high schoolers. After all, if your students are looking at careers in healthcare, having a strong grasp of anatomy and physiology is essential to their success.

Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science | Medical Terminology | Student Engagement

By: Brad Hummel
November 3rd, 2022

Anatomy and physiology can be one of the most challenging topics to teach in CTE health science classes. Between having students learn body systems, memorize tricky terminology, and prepare for exams, your course can quickly become dull and cumbersome.

Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science | National Healthcareer Association (NHA)

By: Brad Hummel
March 29th, 2022

When teaching your CTE health science students, finding the right anatomy and physiology (A&P) curriculum is pivotal to their success. Because your students need to know A&P concepts for nearly every healthcare field, it’s critical to give them a complete curriculum equipping them for certifications and career opportunities.

Anatomy and Physiology | Health Science

By: Bri Stauffer
March 3rd, 2022

Are you looking for new anatomy and physiology lesson ideas to mix things up in your classroom? Do you want something more than the materials that came with your anatomy and physiology textbooks?