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A Typical Animal Cell

In this interactive object, learners identify the parts of an animal cell and its organelles.

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12/9/2013 This is very useful! Im learning a lot! Cathy Holmes

11/9/2012 This is an outstanding learning tool! Thank you so much. I've now "got it" when it comes to cellular structure! kim spiess

1/30/2011 Looks to be an ok memorization tool using behaviorlism. I think this idea could have been a lot better if it was more interactive. It tells what each object does but why not show how they work together. Butch Abling

10/4/2009 I really learned a lot from this site it is excellent, I even recommended it to my daughter who is home schooling her children

6/9/2009 The Typical Animal Cell format created a fun environment to learn the material. Easy to navigate and repeat as needed until I felt confident in retaining the information! Donna Steinke

3/25/2009 This is a great site!! Love it! Very Very Good!!!

3/11/2009 The activity entitled "A Typical Animal Cell" is well thought out and informative. I assume it was completed with Flash Programming? This activity clearly supports the curriculum outcomes for cell structure and function and is easily manipulated and explored. Thanks. J. Patterson Department Head of Science Bawating Collegiate

2/20/2009 I see a problem with your identification of secretory vesicles as lysosomes. VEsicles would be a fine addition.

1/30/2009 greatly aided my imagination on the 3D of cells as well as memorizing organelles and other parts and each functions. I had fun with this interactive!

11/18/2008 This is a terrible learning object. Cognitive psychology tells us that 7+/- 2 is the maximum number of things we can keep in short term memory, yet there are 18 terms defined in the object on a single screen. Then the practice is terrible because it uses simple yes/no feedback with no remedial help. This object may be appropriate as a review item for someone who has already learned this content (e.g. right before a big test), but not as a stand alone when first learning the concepts.

10/11/2008 this is a great learning tool. thanks for posting it on the web. the information is acurate and well presented. the only thing that i would improve is that you should be able to click on the names and have the info stay up on the screen. that would be helpful. then i could copy the definitions to study from. thanks again.

8/19/2008 its so...nice!

7/9/2008 Good, but chould go in to more depth about the parts of a cell. Leslie Basham

5/8/2008 THis is really helpful. Thank you for makin this a website for me

3/3/2008 I used it as a helper with a science project. It helped so much, and I got an A+! Thanks, Chelsea

11/8/2007 im studyibg this the night before my science exam, i am extremely confident after practicing with this program, thanks so much, could you try makeing a plant cell learning system like this one?

9/28/2007 What a great idea!! Fun way to teach & learn the cell!

4/2/2007 its very good...very useful..

4/2/2007 its very good..very useful..

2/16/2007 nice work!!...its an effective lecture about the cell division...i understand it clearly...

2/14/2007 this thing was extremly helpful with my science report!...It only took me twenty minutes on this site before I was done!

11/29/2006 GOOD

11/14/2006 it is very good.

5/11/2006 This is a wonderful tool for the classroom especially in conjuction with the LCD project. Its a wonderful site to get kids involved with the learning processes without all the pain associated with that learning. They possibly might have fun and learn at the same time.

4/28/2006 kool

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