Cranial & Facial Bones & Features Skull Lab- Distance Learning
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Due to COVID and having virtual students (and also minimize touching surfaces), I had to revamp my skull labs. This is what I came up with- pictures of the skulls that I use, and questions to go with it.
- Part 1: Skull identification with checkpoints (using pictures I took)
- Part 2: Google Form “worksheet” - questions about bones, features
- Part 3: Skull drawings (I make my kids draw to help them learn anatomy in a different way. I allow them to trace. in my class; you will have to adjust depending on your book. If you don’t have a book, you could always link pictures from online).
If you have a big class, this lab can be really hard to check quickly for everyone- so I really recommend forcing students to work in groups, and then you can look at just one slideshow per group at a time.
I only actively check part 1 for the kids, I let my Google Form check part 2, and I look at their drawings (quick skim) when the lab gets turned in. Having parts 1 & 2 pre-checked/self-graded speeds up the grading process GREATLY.
I have two sections, one with around 20 kids and the other about 15. We were basically able to get through this in two class periods (45 minutes each), with the drawings assigned as homework as needed. You could have an additional assignment ready to go so fast groups stay busy if they finish ahead of others.