Online EKG Training Assignment (3/28 & 3/29)
Part 1: Visit this website: http://www.practicalclinicalskills.com/ekg.aspx and answer the questions on the worksheet you received in class.
Part 2: After reviewing EKG information from part 1, download this file and use your notes/online sources to help answer these questions on specific arrhythmias.
Online Resource for Traumatic Brain Injuries
This online resource will be used for A day classes on 1/22 and B day classes on 1/25.
Websites used on 11/16 & 11/17
Step 1: The Neuromuscular Junction & Contraction Stimulus
Step 2: The Contraction Mechanism
Step 3: Overall Muscle Contraction
Great resource for skull label quiz
Skull label quiz will be Friday 10/16 for A days and Monday 10/19 for B days. Use this game as a great resource to study: http://www.purposegames.com/game/1541
Remember, you are responsible for the 18 bones/sutures given to you in class. They are: Frontal
Websites used 9/18 & 9/21
Investigative Techniques of Forensic Anthropology
Written in Bone - Exhibit at the Smithsonian
Hello everyone! I am very excited for the new school year to begin. I have a passion for health and fitness and therefore really enjoy teaching Human Anatomy. Unfortunately, you already have homework for the second day of school. You must get both the course syllabus and lab safety contract signed by both student and guardian. There is an electronic syllabus and signature form below. You will receive a lab safety form on the first day of school and that must be signed the old fashioned way and returned on the second day of school (8/24 for A-day classes and 8/25 for B-day classes.
2015-2016 Course Syllabus
It is a class requirement that all students read the syllabus with their guardians and agree to the expectations and rules of the class. We will go over all the information in class, but students will not receive a hard copy of the syllabus. A digital copy of the syllabus can be found by clicking here. After reading it, please fill out the form below. Students will receive 5 points to start of the year by submitting both the electronic signature of the syllabus and safety contract.
Anatomy and Physiology course syllabus. Includes class description, requirements and expectations for the year. Must be read and signed electronically by students and parents at the start of the year.
Anatomy root word list. Every month you will be expected to learn a new list of 10 root words. This list is also a great reference for when you come across a new word in Anatomy.
Unit 1 Notes used in class. Topics: Classification of life, Intro to Organ Systems, Anatomical Regions of Body, & Anatomical Directional Terms.
In class notes used for Unit 2: The Skeletal System
Class notes used for Unit 3: Tissues
PPT notes used in class for Unit 4: The Muscular System Unit.
Required list of muscles.
Nervous System Unit PPT Notes - First unit of second semester.
The Respiratory System Notes.
EKG worksheet used in class on March 28 (A days) and March 29 (B days). Open up and answer questions on a separate sheet of paper.
EKG worksheet used on 3/27 and 3/28
Blood Unit Notes. Topics: Overview, Composition of blood, cells vs plasma, details of various types of WBCs.
Digestive System notes.
Urinary System Notes