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Julie Robinson
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Health, Medicine and Nursing, Anatomy/Physiology
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Anatomy & Physiology 2 Resources

Anatomy & Physiology 2 Resources

Overview

Teaching and learning resources for A&P 2.  Please check back as I intend to add more.  

Video Lectures for A&P 2

This is a compilation of video lectures used in my A&P 2 courses.  Some videos were made by me; others were acquired from youtube, Khan Academy, and other instructors.  Some videos may include "embedded questions"; my students often use these as a study tool, but I do not have an answer key to share (sorry!).

Kahoot Reviews for A&P 2

I use Kahoots in class as a fun way to review with students and/or check understanding on a video homework assignment.  I also share the links with them at the end of class.  A little competition usually creates a lively environment!  I've also included the excel files that correspond to these links, so you can remix questions as suits your course.  Then, you can do a batch upload of all questions at once to Kahoot.  I suggest you play through yourself to double check answers before playing with students.

  • Review of Key A&P 1 Concepts:  https://create.kahoot.it/share/a-p-2-review-of-some-a-p-1-concepts/91322996-3e89-4a5b-8f40-e7cd594bd7d1
  • Cardiovascular System-Blood:  https://create.kahoot.it/share/ch-17-blood/f44df12c-c1cd-4d40-96f1-06df9579d2de
  • Cardiovascular System-The Heart:  https://create.kahoot.it/share/ch-18-the-heart/2037d723-87ab-4802-9388-07f98e5f64ad
  • Cardiovascular System-Blood Vessels:  https://create.kahoot.it/share/ch-19-cadiovascular-system-blood-vessels/c66a1c57-6ce8-4b3f-aeeb-aea2d1a7cc34
  • Lymphatic System:  https://create.kahoot.it/share/ch-20-lymphatic-system/acea1a40-2bf8-4630-b2a9-36dd59fa5161
  • Immune System (limited to       ):  https://create.kahoot.it/share/ch-21-slides-19-31/e6eb2060-865e-4761-84a1-d6e5f9d55519
  • Respiratory System:  https://create.kahoot.it/share/ch-22-respiratory-anatomy/b94e274f-d250-44bb-a73c-ad5987c48bef
  • Fluids & Electrolytes:  https://create.kahoot.it/share/ch-26-fluids-electrolytes/78b2cf5f-2a0c-4413-bbb2-3e2b9d74433d

 

Notes for A&P 2

As you'll see, I started teaching A&P with powerpoints associated with the Marieb A&P text.  Over the years, I've integrated more and more resources (e.g. pictures, links to articles and studies, graphics).  Notes are always a work in progress for me.  These are samples of my notes, so remix away!

Lab Manual: Supplemental Materials

For instructors:  I also have lab assignments that are, for the most part, self grading and lab practicals built on pools of questions.  If you're interested in these, please email me (jrobinson@ccsnh.edu) from a verifiable instructor account.

For everyone:  The "Supplemental Lab Manual"  contains the following supplemental materials:  

  • a study guide for each lab (the objectives)
  • weblinks for a plethora of website where students can practice lab content
  • weblinks for many videos to help students review lab content
  • "practice documents" at the end which are pictures of models and other lab content formatted similar to a lab practical; you can always add or delete arrow or letters as you see fit
    • I've also uploaded the individual "practice" documents as well for easier viewing

For instructors:  I have most of this information formatted into Lab Modules (as pages ans quizzes in Canvas).  If you'd like the Canvas pages, please email me (jrobinson@ccsnh.edu), so I can send you a Canvas download.