When I think back to my experience taking anatomy and physiology, I think of labeling diagrams and reading textbooks to help memorize the names of all of the structures. These aren’t exactly the most positive of memories. So when I set out to write my anatomy curriculum for my students,
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If you are here, I am guessing you either already teach Anatomy & Physiology or just found out you will be teaching it next school year, and are looking for some help with an anatomy curriculum. First let me say, HOORAY! This is truly one of my favorite courses, and
When I set out to write an anatomy and physiology full-year curriculum, I was excited about all of the opportunities that lay ahead. I’ve never designed a curriculum for an elective course before, a course that many states lack standards for (although I did make sure to study each state’s standards that did have them to incorporate as many as possible into the resources.) This provided me a great deal of freedom for the course design, and with that, I found that my creativity flourished.