30 Second PSA is designed to be a way to assess students on what was learned during their time in Health Class. Students must put together a 30 second public service announcement about a topic covered in class and may work with another student to do so. Topics are chosen by having a class discussion about what was covered over the course of the quarter/semester/etc. Students can use any means they choose to demonstrate their knowledge (video, presentation, rap/poetry, skit, etc.) but it needs to be sussinct and to the point.
Lesson activity will provide learning activity for a lead-up hockey skill (Striking, long implement). Offensive and defensive strategy, teamwork and sportsmanship are also an important aspect of the lesson.
Students will learn about the 5 Languages of Love and the definitions of all of them. They will then "guess" which one is their primary language. After "guessing" they will take a self-assessment and find out what their primary love language is. We will then discuss what they can do with this information.
We used first and last names. Every letter is an activity. You could spell answers to review questions, random questions, or vocab words. Possibilities are endless! Work individually or as a group. Make it fit for your curriculum and environment.
150 low- and high-fidelity simulations and serious games scenarios created for Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, EMT-Paramedic, Medical Assistant and Pharmacy Technician programs. Nursing scenarios are aligned with WTCS Statewide Nursing Curriculum. Simulation documents can be used as standalone scenarios or as augmented reality scenarios using the free, open source iOS "ARIS" app on iPads.
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Anatomy Arcade makes basic human anatomy come alive by using activities that allow for interactive learning by students. The site includes interactive games involving the following body systems: skeletal, articular, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, nervous, digestive, endocrine, and general anatomy. The activities included are crossword puzzles, matching, word searches, study videos, and integrated biology videos.
Students explore Hooke's law while working in small groups at their lab benches. They collect displacement data for springs with unknown spring constants, k, by adding various masses of known weight. After exploring Hooke's law and answering a series of application questions, students apply their new understanding to explore a tissue of known surface area. Students then use the necessary relationships to depict a cancerous tumor amidst normal tissue by creating a graph in Microsoft Excel.
Scoring sheet to use during an archery unit. The students can play the game cricket much like the dart game cricket. The students will need to shoot 3 arrows per round and the goal is to hit all the rings (10) 3 times. This is usually done as a group effort and the 1st team to hit all the rings 3xs wins.
This is a quick way to assess whether or not students can apply the 7 fundamental steps of archery after those steps have been taught and practiced.
Students learn more about how muscles work and how biomedical engineers can help keep the muscular system healthy. Following the engineering design process, they create their own biomedical device to aid in the recovery of a strained bicep. They discover the importance of rest to muscle recovery and that muscles (just like engineers!) work together to achieve a common goal.
Students are presented with a hypothetical scenario in which they are biomedical engineers asked to design artificial hearts. Using the engineering design process as a guide, the challenge is established and students brainstorm to list everything they might need to know about the heart in order to create a complete mechanical replacement (size, how it functions, path of blood etc.). They conduct research to learn the information and organize it through various activities. They research artificial heart models that have already been used and rate their performance in clinical trials. Finally, they analyze the data to identify the artificial heart features and properties they think work best and document their findings in essay form.
This is a PowerPoint to be utilized during the Human Growth and Development Unit. It covers fertilization, development of a fetus, pregnancy and delivery, as well as complications of pregnancy and delivery.