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Movement Terminology

In this animated object, the learner examines 17 types of joint movement.
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12/15/2009 i found this website very helpful. i learned more in this than in class with my teacher. and im vey satistied.

9/11/2009 This is GREAT!

6/24/2009 Love it

8/28/2008 In all this review of differant parts of the body, is very educational. For the most part everyone should have a poster, with this information. Nevertheless it is good to know about the differant things, that is going on in the body as well.

1/21/2008 verry good, simple to understand.

11/22/2005 I really think that this is so brilliant! Nice large bold labels, click and up comes a picture of a skeleton that actaully is really true to life, then another click and the picture zooms in and the animation starts, no lockups or technical problems. Cant praise it enough!

7/6/2005 Nice work, I really like it, I will use it next week for my class

4/27/2005 What an excellent visual for terms that are sometimes difficult to imagine.

3/5/2005 nice Quick vocabulary lesson.

2/28/2005 Very interesting and tells exactly what we need to know

2/28/2005 I have reviewed the different positions and movements. It is nice to see the movements on screen to get a better idea what it is.

2/22/2005 Fantastic! I was struggling to grasp flexion and extension movements because the pictures in my text book weren't very helpful. But Mr Bones helped me see the movement in action rather then trying to visualize the movements through photographs. I will recommend to all my fellow anatomy and physiology students! Thank you!

11/12/2004 This website was very useful. It was good at being able to clearly show the differences in the different movements. It is much easier to be able to look at the skeleton moving than to look at a still picture and try to figure out what movement is being described. Not only were the pictures easy to understand, but there are also definitions so that it is then easier to be able to identify what movement is being drawn in other non moving pictures.

11/7/2004 I thought it was pretty neat.

10/14/2004 This was excellent!

9/17/2004 Congratulations! Super learning instrument! Mary Rahr

9/17/2004 This is a very thorough illustration of the different movement terminology.

2/28/2004 This is a wonderful way to understand the definitions of these terms and cement them in a persons memory. Thank you for this site. I will be referring to it again.

2/23/2004 I thought this was a great activity to do with the simplicity of these definitions. Thank you very much.

2/23/2004 I enjoyed your learning object. I am always looking for new ideas for other learning objects and student activities, and I thought these terms were well demonstrated by your use of a skeleton. It was easy to use and the activity moved along quickly. Nice job!

2/20/2004 I liked this very much thank you

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