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Designing a Prosthetic Hand an Engaging STEM Challenge for Anatomy
What Do You Get When You Cross a Box of Drinking Straws, Yarn, and a Group of Inventive Teenagers? A Prosthetic Hand, of Course! Design a prosthetic hand STEM activity for high school anatomy and physiology Continue reading
Zombie Wound Healing Lab REVISED
Studying the Integumentary System can be a little boring so this year we tried something different by creating gross, realistic-looking wounds to explore wound healing. Continue reading
Cute “Anatomically Correct” Valentine!
Looking for a cute heart Valentine (anatomically correct, of course!) for your high school students? How about creating an Anatomically Correct Valentine Heart? Continue reading
Need Help with Distance Learning? Check Out My Newest Anatomy and Physiology Slide Shows for Your Students (& Mine)!
How do I access the slide shows? Visit my website at https://www.drsmontgomery.com/slide-shows-for-a–p.html and click the “Slide Shows for A & P”. Choose your body system and the specific topic. It’s that simple! The best part?? The slide shows are published … Continue reading
My Book is Available NOW!
This comprehensive coloring review guide offers anyone interested in Anatomy and Physiology a fun, effective way to learn. Each chapter features diagrams for coloring, as well as review and sketch note pages for a more interactive way to master difficult … Continue reading
Medical Mystery PBL for Anatomy & Physiology- Integumentary System
Let’s Investigate Our Patient’s Diagnosis…. For our study of the Integumentary System in our Medical Mystery PBL, I told the students that their patient had visited his/her family doctor and had been tentatively diagnosed with an unusual skin disorder. I … Continue reading
Posted in activity, Anatomy & Physiology, Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach, Project Based Learning PBL, Sketch Notes, Teaching Tagged anatomy, Anatomy and Physiology, Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach, anatomy project, high school anatomy, integumentary system, PBL, secondary school PBL Leave a comment
Wound Lab for the Integumentary System
What do you get when you cross petroleum jelly, food coloring/fake blood, toilet tissue, and cocoa powder? A fun, engaging lab activity for your Integumentary System unit, of course! My students sometimes think studying the Integumentary System can be a … Continue reading
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Medical Mystery PBL For Anatomy & Physiology- DAY 2
Body Cavities & Membranes- The topic for Day 2! On day 1 of this year-long PBL, my Anatomy & Physiology classes did “Patient Intake” where they filled out all the necessary paperwork for their “patient” and assembled the anterior (ventral) … Continue reading
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Medical Mystery PBL for Anatomy & Physiology
How do you keep 120 teenagers engaged in a memorization-heavy class? This is a question that has kept me awake many nights! My Anatomy and Physiology classes are really large this year. I have 4 sections and close to 120 … Continue reading
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Anatomy Practicals- Stackables that Teach: A Life-Sized Human Body Project- The Respiratory System!
The Respiratory System – Simplified! My students love having large-sized structures to work with and always tell me that it really helped them remember the organs. I looked for pre-made life-sized bodies with organs, but sadly only found things appropriate … Continue reading