Anatomy and Physiology
Syllabus and Course Information
Anatomy and Physiology is the study of the body's structures and respective functions at the molecular/biochemical, cellular, tissue, organ, systemic, and organism levels. Students explore the body through laboratory investigations, models, diagrams, and/or comparative studies of the anatomy of other organisms. The study of anatomy and physiology prepares students for a variety of pursuits such as health care, sports, and fitness careers, as well as for taking an active part in their own health and wellness.
The learner will study
Protection, Support, and Movement
Integration and Regulation
Absorption and Excretion
Reproduction, Growth, and Development
You have as many days as you miss to make up the assignments (example: miss two days of school, assignments missed during that time will be due the second day after you return). This is school policy.
Important: If school is delayed due to weather on an exam day, students will still take the regularly scheduled exams on that day. The exams will simply contain fewer questions. If school is canceled due to weather on an exam day, students will take the exam the next time class meets. This policy applies to quizzes as well.
Grades will be posted online using the school's grading software. Students will receive codes so they may access their grades online. In addition, more class information such as assignment schedules may also be found online at my website. Occasionally unscheduled pop quizzes may be given in class. The grading scale is listed below.
Assignment Percentage of Nine Weeks Grade
Assignment Estimated Point Values (per occurrence)
Exam 60 - 120
quiz 10 - 50
homework 10 - 25
lab work and class work 20 - 50
Grading Procedures for Final Averages:
First Semester: Nine-weeks Grades are 20% each and the First Semester Exam is 10%.
Second Semester: Nine-weeks Grades are 20% each and the Final Exam is 10%.
V. Technology Based Relative Material
1. RESPECT = Respect everyone including yourself. Use respectful language, and behave politely and respectfully. Remember the Golden Rule.
2. RESPONSIBILITY = Accept responsibility for your actions. Behave in a responsible and appropriate manner. (No horseplay.)
3. No food or drinks in the classroom or the computer labs.
4. Clean workspace prior to leaving class.
5. All assignments should be completed by the deadline provided by the instructor.
6. Be prepared for class every day. It is the responsibility of the student to have the necessary materials for class (textbook, pen, pencil, notebook, gloves for dissection, etc.). Students who do not have their textbooks with them in class when the class is using textbooks will have 3 points deducted from the applicable assignment(s).
7. The instructor reserves the right to remove any student from the lab should that student jeopardize the safety of himself / herself or of another student.
8. If a student has a least one disciplinary referral, that student may not be allowed
to participate in field trips or other special activities.
9. Students should never use cellular devices in class unless the instructor specifically directs the students to do so. Students whose cellular devices alert (ring, vibrate, etc.) during class will be referred for disciplinary action. Cellular devices should remain off and in lockers..
Technology Use Policy