What have been your most effective learning tools for teaching A&P lessons?

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Hi Tracey

When looking at specific anatomical areas of the body I found that there are a number of really useful "Anatomy and Physiology- The Human Body and its Functions" programs for PC and Mac where students can learn by discovering and finding the different elements themselves. By using these programs, learners can play around for themselves allowing them to retain the information kinaesthetically and enjoy the lesson at the same time. This can be reinforced by setting tasks during the activity to direct them in the specific area's they need to know. I personally found this very useful when being the learner, however have yet to put this into my own lessons, although when given the opportunity will do.


Hi Sam,

Thanks for the suggestions I will give it a shot, sounds like a great learning tool for an extension task or as a filler in the theory lessons.
Many thanks
T x

Internet i can say but Soul of it was all the books i downloaded from internet and their reading from My laptop...My favourite books Kieth moore clinically oriented Anatomy & Lasts anatomy !!

Taking the time to offer a “mini lesson” each day, alongside a flipped classroom set of videos and collaborative learning spaces, is a valuable and often overlooked component of blended learning.



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