Anatomy Models That Engage Eager Learners
Provide advanced biology students with an introduction to the human body, and supplement your regular lesson plans with anatomy models that show form and function in 3-D detail. Let students handle models from Learning Resources so they can get a clearer view of the actual real-life structures, then test students on the different parts of human anatomy. These models also serve as easy-to-use demonstration tools when explaining medical issues to patients or a general audience, and they are durable enough to withstand frequent handling and accidental drops or bumps. Convenient classroom stands let you store your anatomical model on a desk or table where students can come look at it during breaks.
Enhance Learning With Visual Aids
From detailed brain models to plastic replicas of the human body with all of the major organs represented, our anatomy models give students an inside look into the topics you cover in your anatomy and physiology classes. Because students can touch and handle these models, the concepts young learners encounter in class get reinforced in multiple ways, and the models are sized just right for single students or small groups to investigate. Colorful models add extra visual interest to your presentations and lessons, so they keep students' interest longer than chalkboard notes or verbal lectures.
Get Across Complex Concepts
These models help simplify the details of anatomy into an easy-to-understand form. Models that open up to give students a cross-section look at what is inside the organ make it easier for you to explain how the parts interact with each other and how the blood supply or nerve signals travel to and from the tissues. As your class progresses in its understanding of specific topics, you can continue to use models to show where specific diseases affect the organ or point out which areas are commonly subject to surgical techniques.
Make Learning More Fun for Students
Moving anatomical models add an extra level of student interaction to your lessons, and letting students take apart the models themselves turns regular classroom studies into engaged explorations. Pumping hearts and removable pieces get kids excited about learning and encourage further exploration of biological topics.
Test Students' Knowledge Quickly and Efficiently
Break apart a cross-sectioned model of the eye, ear, tooth or heart to access an unlabeled section that makes testing easy. Students can learn on the labeled half of the model and identify the parts themselves using the matched testing section. The physical experience of touching and working with individual models makes it easier for students to retain their knowledge even after the exam is over, so you can build on basic concepts in later classes without having to repeat earlier information.