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Introduction to Resources

on Tue Feb 27, 2018 6:09 pm
Anatomy can take some time to understand how things work and are connected. There is a lot of terminology that is required to be successful in this course, along with a lot of memorization. I have been collaborating with several different teachers to put together this list of resources to always refer back to if you are lost on a topic or if you need more practice. I have collaborated with various anatomy teacher along with biology teachers, math teachers and even history teachers. I will be posting almost everyday after class more resources more specific to that topic we will study that day.

Feel free to post your own discussion if you find a resource that is helpful and outside of what I will post. Please keep all posts related to class or science. Any inappropriate posts will be deleted. Science is always changing and new discoveries are always made. I will be posting some interesting articles related to our topics throughout the school year that you will hopefully be engaged in. I suggest reading the articles posted as some of my exams questions will reference back to some of the articles. It will be good to have an understanding of what I am talking about. If you are worried about the amount of reading for the articles I assure you will have plenty of time during different class periods to grab a computer and read them. We will also discuss the articles in class, but feel free to add discussion on here if we don't get to discuss in class.

Please let me know if you have any trouble getting access to internet or if you need any help navigating this site.

Here is my warm welcome to the Anatomy Insider!

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