As every teacher knows, hands-on experience is far and away the most effective way to learn anything. To teach art, let a student paint; to teach driving, let a student drive a car; to teach science, let a student do an experiment. Unfortunately, there is a limit to how much science can be taught hands-on in a classroom. This is particularly true of Anatomy & Physiology, in which students typically encounter a variety of concepts and can spend only a limited amount of time in a laboratory. Thus, it is with genuine excitement that teachers and students greet the new interactive technologies now coming on-line in today's classrooms.
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