Learners observe how a blood drop in flight continually accelerates and increases in velocity over time. As the drop falls, resistance accumulates. The increase in stain diameter relative to distance of a typical 50 ml drop of blood is represented here. This activity has audio content.
In this interactive object, learners get a hit each time they answer a question correctly. A student may test his/her drug calculation skills by playing the baseball game alone, against the computer, or against another player.
Learners answer questions from a game board with such headings as "It Fractures Me," "Name the Disease," "Complications," and "Interventions." Up to three people can play at one time. Contestants "buzz in" their answers to accumulate points.
Learners click on the root word of a medical term in the left-hand column and drag it to its definition in the right-hand column. There is a time limit, so students will need to train themselves to recognize these root words quickly. Students may repeat the activity as often as they wish. A total of 74 terms are given in random order.
Learners answer questions about medication from a game board with the headings "Pituitary," "Thyroid," and "Adrenal." Up to three people can play at one time. Contestants "buzz in" their answers to accumulate points.