Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 11 Free Tools to Teach Human Anatomy in 3D The following are some good resources to help students explore the human body through interactive imaging, games, exercises and more. Build-a Body: This is a great website that allows students to build the human body using interactive elements system by system. Each system has descriptions and provides some facts about diseases. Students will only drag and drop the parts of body such as bones, organs,..ect. BioDigital Human This is a great resource for anatomy. Medical Animations The university of Pennsylvania Health System has a great website offering medical animations, explanations of several medical problems, resources on anatomy, physiology, and the human body. InnerBody This is a website where students can learn about human anatomy and physiology. Zygote Body This is the the substitute of Google Body. Virtual Eye Dissection and Eye Anatomy As its name suggests, this website lets users view photos from an actual eye dissection, and perform virtual dissection on the eye.
* De la gourmandise dans tous ses états * Organiser un projet sur la gourmandise est l'occasion de travailler sur un thème important (le goût, la nutrition, la digestion.) et de s'insérer dans une optique de circonscription (L'équipe de circonscription de Bobigny propose un projet annuel sur le thème de la gourmandise s'adressant à toutes les classes maternelles et élémentaires ainsi qu'aux collèges). Il s'agit de partir des contes pour explorer les goûts qui peuvent s'y cacher ( Hänsel et Gretel , Jacques et le Haricot magique , Le loup qui mangeait les histoires .). Cette approche a pour objectifs d'appréhender la gourmandise dans tous ses états : • allier la découverte du monde (plantations, expériences.) et esthétique, • de dévorer des livres, des mots et des bonnes choses, • d'aborder des notions de nutrition et de digestion. Objectifs généraux Compétences - Se laisser aller au plaisir des mots, des yeux, de la bouche, des expériences, des observations et de la découverte du monde du vivant. LiLLi- Janvier 2005
The Science Behind Foldit | Foldit Foldit is a revolutionary new computer game enabling you to contribute to important scientific research. This page describes the science behind Foldit and how your playing can help. What is a protein? What are amino acids? What shape will a protein fold into? Why is shape important? What do proteins do? Amylase starts the process of breaking down starch from food into forms the body can use.Alcohol dehydrogenase transforms alcohol from beer/wine/liquor into a non-toxic form that the body uses for food.Hemoglobin carries oxygen in our blood.Fibrin forms a scab to protect cuts as they heal.Collagen gives structure and support to our skin, tendons, and even bones.Actin is one of the major proteins in our muscles.Growth hormone helps regulate the growth of children into adults.Potassium channels help send signals through the brain and other nerve cells.Insulin regulates the amount of sugar in the blood and is used to treat diabetes. What big problems is this game tackling?
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