Here’s another clip from my online Anatomy & Physiology Course. In it I talk about the functions of the skin and some fun factoids to amaze your friends, or perhaps some 4th graders you might know. You can get a feel for how the lectures go and what my teaching style is.
AND the good news is it’s not too late to join. We postponed the second week, which will go up January 30th. So if you sign up you can go and watch the first week and wait for the second. For more details check out the Online A & P course page. You can also check out the free one-hour video on the cold and flu in an earlier post.
Welcome to my new website. I hope you are comfy and perhaps have a cup of tea as you sit and explore here. Some quick helpful hints: if you want to learn more about me, Tammi, as a teacher, the “just the facts” information is found under the menu item,“about Tammi”, just click on it. If you continue to scroll down, you can read “on a more personal note”, which, gives you more detail about who I am, and how I got here. “My teaching philosophy” will help you understand more of where I’m coming from, and how the lectures will be framed. “Testimonials” come from students, colleagues and mentors. Some potential students like to know what others think of the teacher. No, they did not receive any compensation for what they said. . If you want to visit my other site, where i Co-Direct Heartstone Center for Earth Essentials, click it here.
If you’re visiting the site to find out more about the Anatomy & Physiology class, hit that menu button. The first screen will give you outline of the class itself and some helpful learning tips. If you want the “Nuts and Bolts” of how the online class will work, hit that drop down menu button under the “Anatomy & Physiology” menu. Finally, if you want to enroll, hit the “Registration”button under the class and it will take you to an application and payment pages.