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Teacher-Recommended Collection: Histological Review Slides

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Description Collection Description
This collection includes histology slides for the skin, blood, eye and ear, nervous tissue, vasculature, respiratory system, connective tissue, gastrointestinal system, muscle tissue, epithelia, bone, and connective tissue

Describe how this collection was used.
This collection was produced for the A&P course to aid students who were struggling in lab. Mainly to help students be able to slow down and work at their own pace outside the lab setting and to assist in becoming more familiar with the tissues.

Describe who used this collection (classroom, laboratory, education level, etc).
Students used this images to supplement their lab material.

Describe how this collection works.
This collection may be used by faculty or students to have clear photomicrographs of commonly discussed tissues.

Please enter suggestions for colleagues.
If you find that you have a population of students who feel that lab is moving to fast for them to read and identify histological images, these images can be provided as a supplement outside of the lab for students to review and become more comfortable identifying tissues.

Type of Resource Annotated Collection
Format PowerPoint Presentation - PPT
Timothy Ballard, UNC Wilmington
AAA, American Association of Anatomists
Grade/Age Levels High School upper division (Grades 11-12)
Undergraduate lower division (Grades 13-14)
Undergraduate upper division (Grades 15-16)
Continuing Education
Learning Time 2-3 hours
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed by Partner Organization

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This will be a great resource for my students who need extra review of tissue slides.

—camille jensen, Lincoln Way North High School