How should a specialized science course in high school be taught? Should it be treated as a career education course or as a general survey course? Should it follow traditional methods or should it be individualized? These questions were explored in teaching a two semester course in Human Physiology and Anatomy at Dubuque Senior High School. This course attracts students who plan a post-high school career in health oriented fields, as well as students interested in additional exploratory study that goes beyond general biology. In addition, others enroll for needed science credits. As a result, the course must service a diversity of academic needs in addition to a wide range of intellectual abilities and interests.
Iowa Science Teachers Journal
© Copyright 1978 by the Iowa Academy of Science
Edgar, Irene M.
"Human Physiology and Anatomy: For All Students at the Same Time,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 15
, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol15/iss2/11