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Search > Learning Exercise Results > Instructors Guide and Post-Video Assessment for Heart Dissection Video

Learning Exercise: Instructors Guide and Post-Video Assessment for Heart Dissection Video

Instructors Guide and Post-Video Assessment for Heart Dissection Video
This Instructors Guide for Faculty who administer the Video provides a structures list for students and a post-video assessment. Click on link to access folder, within folder, select HEART MERLOT FOLDER
Course: Anatomy


Submitted by:
Mary Bee
Date Last Modified:
June 26, 2012


CLICK ON LINK TO ACCESS INSTRUCTORS GUIDE FOR HEART UNIT. Once directed to folder, select HEART MERLOT folder to access Word Document Instructors Guide which contains the Structures Lisa and Post-Video Assessment
Additional Information:


No categories defined for this Learning Exercise


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


Structures list for the Heart is included Post-video Assessment and Answer key is included


An understanding of the human body is helpful but not required

Learning Objectives

1. Identify parts of the heart. 2. Describe the relationship of the structures to each other. 3. List the areas through which blood flows.

Type of Task

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


Assessment is included in the Text of Learning Excercise, Instructors Guide.

Technical Notes

Faculty members who show this video during class will need the appropriate software to view mp4 videos. If faculty assign students to view the video before class and post this in their course management system, the students will need the appropriate software as well. This type of software can be downloaded for free. No faculty preparation is necessary, besides ensuring the appropriate software to view the video is available. Faculty may opt to have heart models in the classroom while the video is shown to give students a hands-on activity. Dear MERLOT Editorial Committee, Please be aware that the video that was submitted is the property of myself, Mary Bee, PhD. I have planned, demonstrated, produced, and edited this video and the entire series that it is part of. I am the sole speaker in this video series as well. I have the right to redistribute it online, free of charge, and in perpetuity. Sincerely, Mary Bee, PhD Associate Professor of Anatomy