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Learning Exercise: Hands-on interactive modeling activity

Title:
Hands-on interactive modeling activity
Material:
Description:
Students are given different colors of modeling clay or playdoh and asked to recreate the abdominal organs illustrating relationships of the structures to each other.
Course: Anatomy

Info

Submitted by:
Mary Bee
Date Last Modified:
June 23, 2012

Exercise

Students, Using different colors of modeling clay or playdoh you will recreate the abdominal organs illustrating relationships of the structures to each other.

Categories

Audience

  • College General Ed
  • College Lower Division
  • College Upper Division
  • Graduate School
  • High School
  • Professional

Topics

Anatomy (stomach, liver, pancreas, biliary tree)

Requirements

Students should view video first to have a general understanding of the anatomy of the abdominal organs

Learning Objectives

1. Students will describe the morphology of the organs. 2. Students will describe the relationships of the organs to each other.

Type of Task

  • Group
  • Individual
  • Student-centered
  • Supervised
  • Supplemental Activity
  • Unsupervised

Assessment

Students are ranked out of 5 points. 5 = full understanding of abdominal organology 4 = nearly complete of abdominal organology, at least understanding 75% of the structure 3 = partial understanding of at least half of the of abdominal organology 2 = partial understanding of at least a third of the of abdominal organology 1 = partial understanding of at least a quarter of the of abdominal organology 0 = no understanding of the abdominal organology