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    {objectives.jpg} By reviewing the Optional and Required Studies and successfully completing the learning Activities, students will be able to meet the following objectives:
    · Classify the different types of tissues and their functions.
    · Apply your knowledge in regards to how all of the parts of the human body are a factor in the maintenance of homeostasis.

    · Will evaluate and apply your knowledge on how the bodies systems function independently and together.
    · Will use correct terminology to communicate information regarding anatomy and physiology.
    · Use anatomical knowledge to predict physiological consequences, and use knowledge of function to predict the features of anatomical structures.
    · Synthesize ideas to make a connection between knowledge of anatomy and physiology and real-world situations, including healthy lifestyle decisions and homeostatic imbalances.
    · Demonstrate laboratory procedures used to examine anatomical structures and evaluate physiological functions of each organ system.
    · Interpret anatomical and physiological data.
    · “Demonstrate information literacy skills to access, evaluate, and use resources to stay current in the fields of anatomy and physiology.
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    Also, please feel free to look back at the class content page: Course Outline and Objectives
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    Departments, 2014).” I am excited to embark on this journey together with each and every one of you! It is funny how little we know about something we spend time with each and every day (our bodies). Sit back and enjoy the ride of information. If at all you ever have a question please do not hesitate to contact me. I am here for you! Anatomy &
    “Delivery of course materials includes lectures (including multiple sessions focusing on common medical imaging techniques such as x-ray, CT and MRI), homework assignments that serve as the starting points for in-class discussions, case study assignments (in which students research the symptoms, diagnostic tests, treatments, and typical outcomes of common disease processes), student presentations, and anything else that works (Ritter, 2014).” “Lectures focus on physiology and rely on lecture videos, exercises and assigned reading. Labs focus on anatomy studied from a 3D interactive anatomy program available online, images, drawings and lab videos introducing the anatomical parts of the system covered in the given week (Li, 2014).” A course overview can be found at: Introduction to the Course
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    On the Discussion Board please answer the following questions, after reviewing the PowerPoint, Notes, Podcast s and Videos
    • Answer each of the question listed in step 2 in the designated threads on the discussion board.

    o “What are some consequences of decisions associated with sexual behavior and how they relate to future goals
    o What is myth and what is fact regarding human reproduction.
    o Why is a healthy reproductive system important?
    o What are common disorders and diseases related to the reproductive system?
    o Which reproductive system diseases are preventable, and what steps should be taken to do so?
    o How are the male and female reproductive systems similar?
    o How does the bodies reproductive system work (Health Design Map, 2009)?”
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    Jama Willbanks, M. N.-P. (n.d.). Concepts of Emergency Medicine. Retrieved from Georgia Health Care Science: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CDcQFjAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Fgactaern.org%2FUnit%2520Plan%2FHealthcare%2520Science_JM%2FConcepts_of_Emergency_Medicine_25.562%2FCEM-12_UNIT%2520PLAN%2520Reproductive%2520Syste
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    1. Week 14/ Unit 14: On the Discussion Board please answer the following questions, after reviewing the PowerPoint, Notes, Podcast s and Videos
    Answer each of the question listed in step 2 in the designated threads on the discussion board.
    Questions:
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    to future goals.goals
    What is myth and what is fact regarding human reproduction.
    How does the bodies reproductive system work (Health Design Map, 2009)?”
    “Why
    Why is a
    What are common disorders and diseases related to the reproductive system?
    Which reproductive system diseases are preventable, and what steps should be taken to do so?
    How are the male and female reproductive systems similar?
    How does the bodies reproductive system work (Health Design Map, 2009)?”
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    Respond1. Read all of your classmates responses to the introduction questions on the discussion board. Respond to at least 3 peers and extend the conversation further to dig deeper into the "WHY" behind each of your classmates posts.
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    the questions. Remember to statements maderespond to those who have commented on your post.post as well.
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    Summarize each of1. Upload you class activity assignments to the activities in 250 words or less, in the designated areas within the discussion board.
    Start on worksheets.
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    Pregnancy and Human Development

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    Read1. Upload you class activity assignments to the readings.
    Respond to at least 3 of your classmates posts.
    Respond to statements made to your post.
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    Submit worksheets1. Upload you class activity assignments to the Anatomy and Physiology Dropbox
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    1. Upload you class activity assignments to the Anatomy and Physiology Dropbox
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    The test will be available between 7-7:45 pm CST only (unless previously arranged). You will only have 45 minutes to complete the test.
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