Anat & Phys Epithelial Tissues Histology Lab- Virtual/Distance Learning

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9th - 12th, Higher Education
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For 10 years, I had my Anat & Phys kids looking at epithelial tissues under the microscope. Even though they pointed things out to me and I checked their answers, I suspect that half the time, they were looking at the wrong thing/didn’t really “get” what they were seeing.

Due to COVID and having virtual students (and also minimize touching surfaces), I had to revamp my tissue labs. This is what I came up with- and I plan to use it every single year moving forwards. Kids showed MUCH deeper understanding of what they were seeing, and did amazing on their lab practical as compared to previous years.

This lab requires students to mark things on microscope images and answer questions, and stop at checkpoints along the way to make sure they're doing it correctly. It takes me about two class periods (45 minutes each) for my students to finish.

Students answer questions/look at pictures of: simple & stratified squamous epithelium, simple cuboidal epithelium, simple columnar epithelium, pseudostratified columnar epithelium, and transitional epithelium. They are also oriented to the difference between cross section vs longitudinal section, using a video I made with cucumbers :).

See the preview document for an idea of what the Google Slides will look like/what students will be asked to do. Answer key included.

*All used pictures are licensed under Creative Commons and all sources/licenses have been cited.

*I also sell a similar, muscle, & nervous tissue lab.

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90 minutes
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