Annotated Images in Anatomy

Such a fun way to get to know students -- having them annotate an image of themselves or their pets with terms needed for class. In anatomy, I had them use directional terms, body cavities, and planes for their annotations.

Here is are a few examples of an annotated pets: 

A students dog with annotations on it describing anatomical terminology.

 

A grid of annotated pets
Here are some other ways that I have used annotated images in my anatomy class.

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Posted on August 27, 2023

Another fun beginning of school activity which pulls in curricular content nicely! Thanks Jodie!

Posted on August 27, 2023

It is such a great and easy-to-use idea. I can see myself using this with my students in every subject.

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