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ANATOMY&PHYSIOLOGYII BIOL2402­LECTURE/LAB SUMMER2009(TSTC)ONLINE INSTRUCTOR: EMAIL: OFFICE: PHONE#: OFFICEHRS: LECTURE: AndreaMiranda [email protected] 4109 (325)5747924 TBA LAB: MitchBrumbelow [email protected] 4106 (325)5747923 TBA

**Communicationisavitalcomponentforsuccessinthiscourse.Emailisthebestformof communicationforbothinstructors.** BasicCourseInformation: a. Thisisanonlinecoursethatuses"Moodle"asaplatformforclassinformation b. Prerequisites:Therearenoofficialprerequisites.However,thestudentmustbeabletoread andwriteproficientlyatthecollegelevel. c. CreditHours:4credithours d. CourseObjectives:Thecourseisdesignedtogivethesciencestudentanindepth understandingofthemorphology,physiology,andtaxonomyofrepresentativegroupsof microorganismswithemphasisonpathogenesis,disinfection,andsanitation. RequiredMaterials: · Lecture o Textbook:HumanAnatomy&Physiology,SeventhEdition.ElaineN.MariebandKatja Hoehn.2007.PearsonBenjaminCummings.(ISBN:9780805359091) · Lab o Textbook:Seeaboveinformation o Manual:HumanAnatomy&PhysiologyLaboratoryManual,CatVersion,9thEdition (withPhysioExCD).ElaineN.Marieb,SusanJ.Mitchell.2009.PearsonBenjamin Cummings(ISBN:9780805372362) o Anatomy&PhysiologyRevealed2.0CD.2008.McGrawHill.(ISBN:780073378077) o CourseCompass:Packagedwithtextbook

GRADING: LECTURE Exams(4) LAB 50% 50% 40% 0% 10% 15% 15% 10% 100%

LabManualAssignments LabManualExams APRSelfTestAssignments PhysioExLabExams

LECTUREFINAL TOTAL:

Grading System: Afinalsemestergradewillbebasedasfollows: A=89.5%andabove B=79.5­89.49 C=69.5­79.49% D=59.5­69.49 F=59.49%andbelow I=Incomplete(failuretocompletetherequirementsofthecourse) NOTE: ***TherewillbeNOEXTRACREDITgivenfortheLectureorLabportionsoftheclass. ***LATEWORKWILLNOTBEACCEPTEDforeithertheLectureorLabassignments. ***ExamswillbeAVAILABLEforyoutocompletefromTHURSDAY1AM(CentralDaylightTime) THROUGHSATURDAY11PM(CentralDaylightTime)FORTHEWEEKDESIGNATEDASEXAM WEEK. ***YouwillonlybegivenONEEXAMATTEMPT.Exceptionsmaybemadeunderextenuating circumstances. ***ThereareNOMAKEUPEXAMSbecauseyouhavetheopportunitytodropyourlowestLectureexam grade.THEREARENOEXCEPTIONSTOTHISPOLICY!!! ***IFYOUHAVECOMPUTERDIFFICULTY,ORACOMPUTERMALFUNCTION,ANDARENOTABLETO FINISHANEXAM,THEEXAMWILLNOTBERESETFORYOUTORETAKE.THEEXAMWILLBEUSEDAS YOURDROPGRADE.NOEXCEPTIONS!!!Ifthishappensmultipletimesduringthesemester,youwill begivenonedropgradeandtheremainingwillbecountedaszeroes. ***Youwillalsohavetheopportunitytodropyourlowestgradewithinthe"APRSelfTest Assignment"categoryandthe"PhysioExLabExam"category. ***YoumayberandomlychosentotakeyourfinalexamatWesternTexasCollegein Snyder,Texas

LECTURESCHEDULE Weekof: May11th May18th May25th June1st June8th June15th June22nd June29th July6th July13th July20th July27th Aug.3rd Aug.10th UrinarySystem ReproductiveSystem PregnancyandHumanDevelopment FOURTHEXAM ReviewforFinal Topic CourseIntro;EndocrineSystem Blood;CardiovascularSystem(Heart) FIRSTEXAM CardiovascularSystem(BloodVessels) LymphaticSystem;ImmuneSystem SECONDEXAM RespiratorySystem DigestiveSystem THIRDEXAM 25 27 28 Chapter 16 17,18 19 20,21 22 23

Aug.17th FINALEXAM **Disclaimer:Asalways,circumstancescanpreventcoverageofthematerialinthischronologyandinthe expectedtimeframe** OtherImportantDates · LectureExamDates o Exam#1:Opensat1amonMay28thandclosesat11pmonMay30th o Exam#2:Opensat1amonJune18thandclosesat11pmonJune20th o Exam#3:Opensat1amonJuly9thandclosesat11pmonJuly11th o Exam#4:Opensat1amonAugust6thandclosesat11pmonAugust8th o FinalExam:Opensat1amonAugust17thandclosesat11pmonAugust20th o ProctoredFinalExam(makesureyouhaveatleastoneofthesedatesavailableincaseyou areselected):Aug.18th(10am);Aug.20th(10am).WillbetakenatWesternTexasCollege (Snyder,Tx)inBuilding4:Room101. · Lab o PLEASESEETHESEPARATELABSYLLABUSFORMOREDETAILEDINFORMATION CONCERNINGLABDEADLINESANDDATES.

ADDITIONALINFORMATION: InformationaboutLearningObjectivesandStudentOutcomes A. CourseGoals:Thefollowinglistofcourseobjectiveswillbeaddressedduringthecourse. Theseobjectivesaredirectlyrelatedtothestudentlearningoutcomes. a. Tounderstandandapplymethodsandappropriatetechnologytothestudyofnatural sciences. b. Torecognizescientificandquantitativemethodsandthedifferencesbetweenthese approachesandothermethodsofinquiryandtocommunicatefindings,analyses,and interpretationbothorallyandinwriting. c. Toidentifyandrecognizethedifferencesamongcompetingscientifictheories. d. Todemonstrateknowledgeoftheinterdependenceofscienceandtechnologyandtheir influenceon,andcontributionto,modernculture. B. StudentLearningOutcomes: a. Studentwilldemonstrateanabilitytousethescientificmethodtointerpretdataand factsinvirtuallabassignments.Labassignmentswillbedoneonaweeklybasis. b. Thestudentwillbeassessedbymultiplechoice,truefalse,andshortanswer examinations. C. TexasHigherEducationCoordinatingBoardCoreCurriculum: a. Intellectual Competencies:Aseriesofbasicintellectualcompetenciesconsidered essentialtothelearningprocessinanydiscipline. i. Reading___X___ ii. Speaking________ iii. CriticalThinking___X___ iv. Writing___X___ v. Listening_______ vi. ComputerLiteracy___X___ b. Exemplary Objectives for Natural Science:Theobjectiveofthestudyofanatural scienceistoenabletothestudenttounderstand,construct,andevaluaterelationships inthenaturalsciences,andtoenablethestudenttounderstandthebasesforbuilding andtestingtheories. i. Tounderstandandapplymethodandappropriatetechnologytothestudyof naturalsciences ii. Torecognizescientificandquantitativemethodsandthedifferencesbetween theseapproachesandothermethodsofinquiryandtocommunicatefindings, analyses,andinterpretationbothorallyandinwriting iii. Toidentifyandrecognizethedifferencesamongcompetingscientifictheories iv. Todemonstrateknowledgeofthemajorissuesandproblemsfacingmodern science,includingissuesthattouchuponethics,values,andpublicpolicies v. Todemonstrateknowledgeoftheinterdependenceofscienceandtechnology andtheirinfluenceon,andcontributionto,modernculture c. Individual Development and Educational Assessment (IDEA):Astheprimarycriteria toevaluatethecourse,theIDEAclassevaluationsurveyisadministeredattheendof thesemester.Thesurveyasksstudentstoratetheamountoftheeducationalprogress theymadebasedonasetoftwelvelearningobjectives.Yourinstructorhaschosen35

specificlearningobjectivesfromthissetthatheorsheconsiderstobe"Essential"or "Important"learningobjectivesforthiscourse: i. Essential:Gainingfactualknowledge(terminology,classifications,methods) ii. Important:Learningfundamentalprinciples,generalizations,ortheories AttendancePolicy: Thisisanonlinelecture/labandthereforenoattendancewillberequiredinthenormalclassroom sense.However,therewillbeaweeklyattendanceforumposted.Thosethatdonotcompleteworkon timewillhavecounselingnotifiedatWesternTexasCollegeandtheappropriatestepswillbetakento rectifytheproblem. Inordertostayuptodatewiththecourse,itisimperativethatyouACCESSTHEWEBSITEAT LEASTONCEDAILY AcademicIntegrity: Cheatingofanykindonexams,quizzes,andassignmentswillnotbetolerated.Refertothe WesternTexasCollegecatalogforproperstudentconductandconsequencesofcheatingand/or plagiarism. YoumayberandomlychosentotakeyourfinalexamatWesternTexasCollege inSnyder,Texas CampusSupportServicesandlocations: AcounselingandguidanceprogramisavailableforallWesternTexasCollegestudentstoaidin careerdirectioninorderthatstudentsmayrealizethegreatestpossiblebenefitsfromtheireducation endeavors.Qualifiedcounselorsarereadilyaccessibleforconsultationwithstudentsonmattersof educational,social,orpersonalconcern.InformationisalsoavailableattheCounselingCenterinprinted formondrugandalcoholabuse,studyskills,AIDS,pregnancy,militaryservice,andmanyotherconcerns. Technology: Thisisanonlinecoursethatrequiresyoutohavesubstantialknowledgeaboutcomputers.You mustbeabletouseMicrosoftOfficeproficientlyinordertocompleteassignments.Youwillbeaccessing Moodletoviewyourclassinformation.InanefforttoavoidconfusionabouttheMoodleplatform,please visittheScienceDepartmentwebpageathttp://www.wtc.edu/science/index.html.Thereareshort videoswhichanswerfrequentlyaskedquestions. Ifatanytimeyouhaveatechnicalissue,contacttheInformationTechnologyDepartmentattheir extendedhourphonenumber:(325)5746599 ADAStatement: WTCdoesnotdiscriminateonthebasisofdisabilityintheadmissionoraccessto,ortreatmentor employmentin,itsprogramsoractivities.Thecollegecounselorshavebeendesignatedtocoordinate compliancewiththenondiscriminationrequirementscontainedinsection35.107oftheDepartmentof Justiceregulations.InformationconcerningtheprovisionsoftheAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct,andthe rightsprovidedthereunder,areavailablefromthecollegecounselors. SpecialConsiderations: Anystudentwho,becauseofadisablingcondition,mayrequiresomespecialarrangementsin ordertomeetcourserequirementsshouldcontactmeassoonaspossiblesothatthenecessary accommodationscanbemade.

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