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1 Midland College Fall 2008 Syllabus and Schedule SCIT 1408 Anatomy and Physiology II (3 credit hours, 3 hour virtual lab) Course Description: This course provides a study of the structure and function of the human body. Students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the working principles of anatomy and physiology and their interrelationships from the chemical and cellular levels through the organ systems. This course meets the requirements for non-science major anatomy and physiology courses. Check with your particular program/college to inquire about credit for this specific course. This course will meet one of the two courses required for anatomy and physiology for any Midland College HITT degree/certificate. Text Books: Anatomy and Physiology, 6 th Ed, Thibodeau and Patton: Text Package with ACCESS CODE. (required to access course information.) Study Guide for Anatomy and Physiology 6 th Ed. Thibodeau and Patton Brief Atlas of the Human Body, 6 th Ed. Thibodeau and Patton Objectives: When you are finished with this course, you should be able to: List the components of blood and describe the function of each Outline the structure and function of the heart and blood vessels Describe the various roles of the lymphatic system Describe the structure of respiratory system Name the processes involved in respiration and explain each Describe the anatomical features of the digestive system and the functions of each Explain the process of digestion Define the term metabolism and explain how it is regulated at various levels in the body Identify the major features of the urinary system Explain how urine is formed and how this promotes homeostasis Explain how the body maintains a homeostatic balance of fluid, electrolytes, and ph in the internal environment

2 Identify the features of the male and female reproductive systems and explain how they function Apply concepts of human anatomy and physiology to real situations Point out structural and functional relationships in the human body Demonstrate higher-order (critical) thinking skills in using the understanding gained by meeting the previous objectives Accessing an Online Course. Refer to 1. Using Microsoft Mozilla or Netscape Navigator, access the Midland College Home page at There have been problems in the past with Internet Explorer and AOL browsers. 2. On the right side of the Midland College home page, click Blackboard. 3. Update your personal profile by clicking on Edit Personal Profile. Verify that your contact information is correct especially your web address and your address and phone number. 4. When the Blackboard page appears, you will need to login to the program. In order to login you must have a login name and password. Your login name will be the first letter of your first name plus the first 3 letters of your last name and the last three numbers of your social security number. For example: the login name for John Smith, social security number , will be jsmi111. Your password will be your social security number using dashes. ( ) 5. After you have logged in, your home page will appear on the screen. On the right side of the page in the box titles My Courses double click on the course you want to view. 6. The course home page will appear. Areas you will want to check frequently are: Announcements, Course Documents, and Assignments. Do not open exams until you are ready to take the test. You can access each exam only one time. 7. In the tools section you can access your grades once they are submitted. Go to Tools then Check Grades. Click on the test or assignment to see comments and feedback. DISCUSSION BOARD: This is the online classroom. Students will respond to discussion questions, post weekly summaries, and communicate with your instructor in the discussion board. Questions about content and assignments should be posted on the discussion board. The posts will be answered daily except for weekends. This form of communication is important in online courses. This tool will help you stay connected to other classmates and it will help students to

3 ask those questions just as if you were in an actual classroom setting. Discussion board will also be used as a participation tool, and part of the semester grade is based on participation. When posting a response to the discussion board about a topic, post your original response before reviewing other classmate s postings. Then, read the other postings and respond to at least two other students for full credit for participation. Only when the content of the question is personal in nature should the instructor be ed. When sending , use the Course Name such as Legal in your subject line so that the instructor can identify the course being addressed in the followed by the subject matter. Example: To: From: Instructor s address Your address Subject: HITT1253 Regarding Also be sure to sign your name at the end of the . Remember some addresses give instructors absolutely no clue as to who sent it. ATTENDANCE: Because this is strictly an internet course, attendance will be substituted by participating on the discussion board. You will be required to respond to 2 posts in the discussion board 4 out of 7 days of the week. Answers to the discussion questions, and weekly summaries are counted as a posting. Participation is part of your semester grade. TESTING PHILOSOPHY: Students may politely challenge the instructor on questions they feel were poorly worded. If the instructor concedes the argument, scores will be adjusted for the entire class. Assignments consist of multiple formats including multiple choice, open-ended questions and some true/false. The final examination will be comprehensive over all the material presented during the course. ADA POLICY: Students needing additional time to test due to a documented learning disability, contact Dale Williams, Counselor, at or at the beginning of the course to make accommodations. See the current Midland College catalog for more information. COURSE WITHDRAWAL: Students electing to withdraw from course are required to complete a Course Withdraw Form at before the last day to withdraw with a grade of W. Last day to withdrawal for this semester: November 13th INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION: Instructor: Krista Powell, RN, BSN, MSN Address: Office Hours: By appointment online (or use discussion board to post questions) Division Chairman and Division Secretary Names: Dr. Becky Hammack and Kay Floyd Division Office Location and Telephone: 209 HS, HITT Program Director: Melinda Teel, RHIT, CCS

4 ONLINE COURSE INFORMATION: PERSONAL INFORMATION: Every semester it is important to update your personal information listed in Blackboard. Check your personal information by going to Personal Information under the MY MC BLACKBOARD tab located directly below the Midland College Logo on your Blackboard screen. Go to Edit Personal Information and update. Once updated, scroll to the bottom of the page and click SUBMIT. Next, click OK. This information is used to contact students. Be sure your address (the one you choose to us for this class) is correct. As stated in the student handbook, Midland College encourages high academic standards, including student responsibility for original work. See the Midland College Student Handbook for more information on the definitions and consequences of cheating, plagiarism, and collusion. Any student found cheating in this course will be removed and a letter grade of F will be posted for the course along with a letter of explanation added in the student file for the offense. Computer Requirements: Students should have access to Microsoft Word and Excel for assignment submission. Students taking online courses are responsible to have access to a computer for submission of assignments and postings. For specific computer requirements, see Blackboard System Requirements for Midland College courses at AOL, MSN, and Prodigy browsers will not work with Blackboard. These browsers will lock up or lock you out of assignments and tests. Instead, download Mozilla at or Netscape 7.0. Computer Downtime: This is an online course. Each student is required to have a functioning computer for the entirety of the semester. Having computer problems does not exempt students from completing work by the due date. If the Blackboard system goes down or is unavailable, an announcement will be posted as the due date will be extended. If your system goes down, find another computer to submit your homework/posts before the due date. It is strongly suggested that assignments are to be submitted early to avoid any technical difficulties. SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS IN BLACKBOARD: 1. Use a word document format. 2. Save assignment in a rich text file (.rtf). You will find this on your computer under File, Save As, Save Type As (under the name of your document). If you have questions about rtf files, see Course Documents for more information. 3. Each assignment should be submitted through Blackboard under View/Complete assignment as attachment. If there is more than one task due with the assignment such as CH1A (Workbook 1-1, 1-3, and 1-4), all these tasks should be submitted in one word document. DO NOT send three different files. 4. Each assignment should have a header that includes your name, date, course number, and assignment name. Failure to include this content will result in points deducted from your grade. To save: Ch1mct.rtf Chapter 1 by Melody Cheryl Thompson (rtf file) Ch2jwj.rtf Chapter 2 by James W. Johnson (rtf file) Header: Your name Example: Mary Martinez Date Course HITT1253 Assignment Name WB: 5-1

5 Individual is discouraged when it involves course assignments and questions about the reading material. These should be posted on the discussion board under the thread Questions to Instructor so that the class may also receive the information since many questions posed to the instructor are commonly asked by more than one individual. In sharing responses with the class, there is equal opportunity (or equitable responses) to receive information from the instructor. If, however, there is a need to send an to the instructor, (due to a personal nature) include in the subject line the course number and the content of the question such as HITT1253 Question on Ch1B assignment. It is also important that you sign your name at the end of the since many s give no indication of the author. COURSE SCHEDULE: The course schedule has due dates and each student is expected to submit assignments on or before the due date. There is no formal provision for make-up work or extra credit in this course. It is imperative that you keep up and submit all assignment on or before the due date. Work submitted after the deadline will not be accepted. Once the assignment date closes, assignments cannot be submitted. A zero will be placed in the grade book for late assignments. Please do not wait until the last minute to attempt assignments. Computers and computer networks have a bad habit of crashing at the very time you need them the most. **Schedule subject to change at the discretion of the instructor. Grading *Student Evaluation Lab 6 System Suite Exams 140 Self-Assessments located in System Suite Exams. 146 Lab Module Exams not with system suites. 100 (5 modules at twenty points each) Section Exams 50 points 200 Final 100 Discussion Boards 10 points 170 Lab Essay (Semester Project) 50 Group Projects 50 Participation 20 Total Points 976 Grade Scale A B C D <613 F

6 A&P II Lab - Complete all lab modules for full comprehension of systems. - Utilize external links to better comprehend topics. Quizzes: Complete module quizzes by deadline. Group Project - Groups will be assigned by instructor. - Groups may choose topic for power point from choices provided by the instructor under the specific system. - Group topic must be submitted one week to instructor before due date. - Groups must include the anatomy and physiology of the topic presented. (normal vs. abnormal) - Questions must be included at the end of the power point to facilitate discussion amongst classmates. Lab Final Students must submit a two page paper on topic selected by instructor. - Topic will be posted by Nov Students must use 12 pt. font in Times New Roman Anatomy and Physiology II SCIT 1408: Fall 2008 Course Schedule Students please NOTE the following: *Discussion board forum is required on or before each due date listed. *Check discussion board frequently as this is a part of your final grade. *Reading references are found in the Thibodeau text. *Complete recommended exercises. Anything highlighted in red is extremely important. Lecture and Lab Schedule Due Date Aug.25 Sep. 1 Readings and Assignments Read Chp.17 Blood Complete orientation, pretest (no grade, but is part of participation), and introduction in discussion board by Aug. 31 Read syllabus and announcements Complete Lab Module 10 and Quiz by midnight Aug. 31. Read Chp.18 Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System & Chp.19 Physiology of the Cardiovascular System Group one turn in topic to instructor by Sep. 7 Respond to Discussion Board questions by Sep.7 over Chp.17. Complete Lab Module 11 & Lab 9-system suite #4

7 Complete quiz at the end of 9-system suite #4 by midnight Sep.7. Sep. 8 Complete Reading of Chp.18 &19 Group one post power point for Cardiac no later than midnight Sep. 8 Complete discussion on group one s power point by Sep.14 Respond to Discussion Board questions by Sep. 14 over Chp.18 & 19. Review Chp for test (Utilize practice quizzes for review) Complete Lab Module 12 as a continuation of Chp.18 & Chp.19 Cardiac Complete Lab 9-system suite #5 Complete quiz at the end of 9-system suite #5 by midnight Sep.14 Sep. 15 Read Chp.20 Lymphatic System Group two turn in topic to instructor by midnight Sep. 15 Complete Lab Module 13 for Chp.20 & Chp.21 Lymph and Immune systems Complete Quiz by midnight Sep. 21 Sep. 17 Sep.22 Sep. 29 Oct.6 Oct.13 (Wednesday) Exam 1: Comprehensive exam over Chp Read Chp.21 Immune System and Chp.22 Stress Group two post power point for Lymph/Immune no later than midnight Sep. 22. Complete discussion on group two s power point by Sep. 28 Respond to Discussion Board questions by Sep. 28 on Chp.20. Read Chp.23 Anatomy of the Respiratory & Chp.24 Physiology of the Respiratory System Group three turn in topic to instructor by midnight Sep.29 Respond to Discussion Board questions by Oct. 5 on Chp.21 & 22. Complete Lab Module 14 for Chp.23 & Chp.24 Respiratory Complete Lab 9-system suite #6 Complete quiz at the end of 9-system suite #6 by midnight Oct. 5. Complete Reading of Chp.23&24 Group three post power point for Respiratory no later than midnight Oct.6. Complete discussion on group three s power point by Oct.12 Respond to Discussion Board questions by Oct. 12 on Chp.23 & 24 Review Chp.20-24(Utilize practice quizzes for review) Read Chp.25 Anatomy of Digestive System, & Chp.26 Physiology of Digestive System. Group four turn in topic to instructor by midnight Oct. 13. Complete Module 15 & 9- System suite #7 for Chp.25 &26 Digestive System Complete quiz at the end of 9-system suite #7 by midnight Oct.19. Oct. 15 (Wednesday) Exam 2: Comprehensive exam over Chp Oct. 20 Read Chp.27 Nutrition and Metabolism Group four post power point for Digestive system no later than midnight Oct. 20.

8 Complete discussion on group four s power point by Oct. 26. Respond to Discussion Board questions by Oct. 26 on Chp.25 & 26 Review Chp (Utilize practice quizzes for review) Complete Lab Module 16 for Chp.27 Nutrition and Metabolism Complete Quiz by midnight on Oct. 26. Oct. 27 Read Chp.28 Urinary System & Read Chp.29 Fluid and Electrolyte Balance Group five turn in topic to instructor by midnight Oct. 27 Complete Lab Module 17 over Chp.28 Urinary Complete Lab 9-system suite #8 Complete quiz at the end of 9-system suite #8 by midnight Nov. 2. Continue to review Chp (Utilize practice quizzes for review) for Exam 3 Oct. 29 (Wednesday) Exam 3: Comprehensive exam over Chp Nov.3 Read Chp.30 Acid-Base Balance & Chp.31 Male Reproductive System Group five post power point for Urinary System no later than midnight Nov. 3. Complete discussion on group five s power point by Nov. 9. Respond to Discussion Board questions by Nov. 9 on Chp.28 & Chp.29 Complete Lab Module 18 & 19 for Chp.29 Fluid and Electrolyte Balance & Chp.30 Acid Base Balance Complete Lab 9-system suite #9 Complete quiz at the end of 9-system suite #9 & Complete quiz for Acid Base Balance by midnight Nov. 9. Nov. 10 Read Chp.32 Female Reproductive System Group six turn in topic to instructor by midnight Nov. 10 Respond to Discussion Board questions by Nov. 16 on Chp.30 & Chp.31 Complete Lab Module 20 for Chp.31 & Chp.32 Male and Female Reproductive Systems Complete Quiz by midnight Nov. 16. Nov. 17 Nov. 26 Review Chp.28-Chp.32 (Utilize practice quizzes for review) Group Six post power point for Male and Female Reproductive Systems no later than midnight Nov. 17. Complete discussion on group six s power point by Nov. 23 Respond to Discussion Board questions by Nov. 23 on Chp.32 (Wednesday) Exam 4: Comprehensive exam over Chp Dec. 1 Work on Final Lab Project Review for comprehensive final. Complete lab assignments. Final lab project due no later than Dec.5 at midnight (Friday)

9 Review for comprehensive final. Complete lab assignments. Dec (Tues.-Wed.) Comprehensive final. Assignments and due dates may change at the discretion of the instructor. Any changes will be posted on Announcements. NOTE: To do well in this course, students are should spend Virtual Lab time reviewing materials provided in the course Including textbook, atlas, study guide, online asset library, external links available, and practice examinations. These resources will prepare students for section and chapter exams. (3 hour minimum a week)

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