by Excelsior College
Anatomical Terminology: Relative Position
By Barbara Liang
In this interactive learning activity, learners review the terms used to describe relative position of body parts in order to have a common set of words to describe their position. Check out our video on relative position: https://bit.ly/2kTXujp
Anatomical Terminology: Body Regions
Students identify the various regions of the human body through drag-and-drop exercises.
Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection, Radiation
By Laurie Jarvis, Deb Simonson
In this animated activity, learners explore three major methods of heat transfer and practice identifying each.
Construction of the Cell Membrane
By Becky Polk-Pohlman, Barbara Liang
In this learning activity you'll study the structure of the cell membrane and construct it using the correct molecules.
Reading a Triple Beam Balance
By Jill Crowder
Students identify the parts of a triple beam balance and practice measuring the mass of objects.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Exercise
By Pamela West
In this learning activity you'll use Maslow's Hierarchy and choose which need is taking precedence and which is being sacrificed in each situation.
The Cell: Passive Transport Diffusion
In this animated object, learners view molecules as they collide and move between two different solutions. They also observe what happens when the temperature of the solutions is raised or lowered.
Regional Body Parts
By Gerald Heins
In this interactive object, learners identify a person's regional body parts.
Construction of Free-Body Diagrams
By Kim Ristow
In this learning activity you'll explore a step-by-step process to solve simple free-body diagrams. They identify forces acting in the x or y direction in interactive exercises.
The Anatomy of the Heart
By Wendy Dusek
In this animated and interactive object, learners identify the valves and chambers of the heart.
By Debbie McClinton, Dr. Miriam Douglass, Dr. Martin McClinton
In this well-illustrated activity, learners examine the three types of intermolecular forces: dipole-dipole forces, London or Van der Waals forces, and the hydrogen bond. Two interactive questions are included.
Measuring Volume Using a Graduated Cylinder
Learners view an explanation of how to read a graduated cylinder by measuring the lowest portion of the meniscus. A quiz completes the activity.