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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: Abdominal Organology: Stomach, Liver, Pancreas and the Biliary Tree
Submitted by: Mary Bee on Jun 23, 2012
Date Last Modified: Jun 23, 2012
Title: Hands-on interactive modeling activity
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.
Type of Task: Group, Individual, Student-centered, Supervised, Supplemental Activity, Unsupervised
Time Required 20 minutes
Topics: Anatomy (stomach, liver, pancreas, biliary tree)
Course: Anatomy
Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division, College Upper Division, Graduate School, High School, Professional
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Prerequisites Skills: 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.
Text of Learning Exercise: Students, Using different colors of modeling clay or playdoh you will recreate the abdominal organs illustrating relationships of the structures to each other.
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
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