Dec 25, 2013
- Anatomy Games is an interactive website that allows the learners to review and practice basic concepts in human anatomy. Contents are organized by eight major body systems and a general category. Many activities including matching, crosswords, word searches, jigsaws are presented. Some of these are also available for iPad. Matching and associating structures to the corresponding images allow students to actively achieve mastery of the concepts. Links to YouTube videos on major body systems and Dr. Fabian’s Human Anatomy lectures further supports learning.
- Type of Material:
- Drill and practice.
- Recommended Uses:
- This site contains a variety of anatomy games to encourage learning and makes the anatomy knowledge interactive. The games can be used as a review tool, to supplement worksheets, or as a lab resource.
- Technical Requirements:
- Best viewed in Mozilla Firefox 19.0+, Internet Explorer 9.0+, Google Chrome
- Adobe Flash Player
- Identify Major Learning Goals:
- After completing this presentation, the learner would be able to:
- identify the major anatomical structures.
- diagram the major systems and structures of the body.
- match structures to their anatomical locations.
- Target Student Population:
- High School, College lower division
- Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
- High quality images
- Concise and relevant
- Content is accurate.
- Content cover core curriculum within the discipline
- Provides useful and accurate information
- Advertisements pop-up before games, so sometimes a student will have to wait for 15-30 seconds before playing a game
- Provides multiple options to learn and practice the material
- Excellent source to master basic concepts
- Provides activities that reinforce concepts
- Does not identify learning objectives
- Answer keys for the cross word and word search puzzles would be helpful
- Easy to use and to navigate.
- Self contained
- Visually appealing and high design quality
- Directions for the games are found at the bottom of the screen and the user must scroll down to view them
- Other Issues and Comments:
- No additional comments.
- Creative Commons: