Online Anatomy & Physiology News

Week 4

How is the course progressing?

  • Your child is working on Module 3, which is due Thursday by 11: 59 PM.
  • Last week students studied the integumentary (skin) system, and this week we are focusing on the skeletal system.
  • In the skeletal unit, students have the opportunity to build a model of a skeleton from household objects. This should not be a stressful activity! Q-tips, rubber bands, pencils, shells, staples, beads, noodles, string, paper, and twist ties are examples of items students can use. In the course I have posted some example pictures for students to review. Hopefully they find this to be a fun and creative way to demonstrate their knowledge, photograph it, and send it to me!

Human Skeleton

By Powerhauer (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

How is my child doing?

  • Today's email contained information about your child's average. Since I am unable to put grade letters or numbers into emails due to student privacy, please remember: Excellent=A, Good=B, Fair=C, Unacceptable=D, Below Expectations=F.
  • You may follow your child's progress in the course through Observer Access.
  • There is also a Canvas Parent app that can be downloaded to your smartphone to track your child in the course.

What about late work?

  • I will accept late work until the end of the quarter.
  • There is a 1 point deduction (about 10%) for each week late the work is submitted.
  • If your child has anything missing, please encourage him/her to submit it ASAP!

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me via text, email or phone!

Mrs. Allison Crawford, NBCT
Instructional Leader, Anatomy Teacher
North Carolina Virtual Public Schools
allison.crawford@ncpublicschools.gov
Text or phone: 336-303-0724