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1 BIOL 252 Shemer, pg. 1 BIOL 252 Human Anatomy and Physiology Dr. Gidi Shemer FALL 2015 TR 09:30-10:45 GSB 200 Sections Human A&P is an advanced course that investigates the form and the function of the human body. You should expect a comprehensive, demanding and rigorous class in the next semester. The course is composed of two class meetings each week. Many of you will also take the lab (252L). The lab will get into the details of the anatomy of the human body. The course itself will focus on how human physiology follows our basic anatomy, and will cover our twelve body systems, starting from the nervous and ending with the reproductive system. This is NOT a class for passive learners. You are expected to be actively engaged in this course through class discussions, class activities and pre- as well as post-lecture assignments and readings. For a detailed schedule, please read the excel spreadsheet on Sakai (under Syllabus ). Prerequisites BIOL 101 and BIOL 101L Your Instructor Dr. Gidi Shemer Coker Hall 213A Office hours: Wednesdays 09:00-11:00; Thursdays, 02:30-04:30, or by appointment via Web page: Supplemental Instruction Pranati Panuganti TBA Julian Willett TBA Course Learning Outcomes At the end of this semester you should be able to: Define anatomy and physiology and explain the relationship between structure and function Define homeostasis and explain why it is important for proper body functions Predict the physiological outcomes of homeostatic imbalances Describe the organization of each of the twelve organ systems of the human body Integrate the knowledge you gained in different parts of the course Apply one s knowledge of human anatomy and physiology to real life examples

2 BIOL 252 Shemer, pg. 2 Textbook Connect Plus Anatomy & Physiology with LearnSmart Access Card for Anatomy & Physiology Author: Kenneth Saladin ISBN: The textbook is available in the bookstore as an access code to a web-based software package called CONNECT PLUS, which will be the medium through which you will be quizzed and receive short pre-lecture assignments. The package also includes an interactive ebook, physiology simulations, animations, and some other interactive tools. The Connect link to this course is You can also buy the connect access code through the Connect website following the same link shown above, then choose register now and finally, the Buy Online option. Finally, via the same link, you can choose a free trial version instead of buying it online. If you also want a hard copy you can pick up a used copy from another student or the internet, or order a looseleaf version from Mcgraw-Hill ($40) after you register, but do remember that you have to have the connect plus access card in any case. The access card will also serve the BIOL 252L labs. Tutoring The biology peer-tutoring program offers free tutoring Mon-Thu evenings. Several of my best students who excelled in this class in the past will be happy to assist you. Come and ask them about material and learn from them useful studying strategies. Remember, the tutors are there to help you, not to do the work for you. The tutoring schedule can be found here: Supplemental Instruction Twice a week, we will offer supplemental instruction (SI) sessions (days- TBA). The sessions will be led by two undergraduate students who excelled in this class in a previous semester. The SI sessions will allow you to process and actively practice material that was taught in the previous week. Students referred to the SI sessions in the past as one of the most significant tools that improved their learning. Class Attendance Students are expected to attend and participate in class meetings and labs. While the course follows the textbook, some of the material discussed in lecture will not be found in the text. You are responsible for all material and announcements made in lectures. You are not responsible for material that was not covered in class, unless it was specifically assigned (see detailed schedule for assigned readings). Assignments Each week you will have pre-class, in-class, and post-class assignments: The pre-class assignments will be based on assigned readings from the textbook and in some cases- online lectures that you will view via the VoiceThread tool on Sakai. The assignments will be given via the Connect system (see above). In-class assignments will include Polleverywhere (see below) and other activities. Post-class assignments will include Connect and mostly Peerwise assignments (see below). The due dates for submitting your assignments can be found on the class schedule posted on Sakai. You are responsible for submitting the assignments on time. There will be no second chances in this case. Make sure you check the schedule and plan your time carefully. The time for all due dates is 10:00 am.

3 BIOL 252 Shemer, pg. 3 Interactive educational tools Polleverywhere In this class you will use a polling system to answer questions that I pose during class. You can submit your responses using a laptop or other mobile device with a WiFi connection, such as an ipod Touch or an ipad. For instructions on how to register to Polleverywhere, please follow the guidelines found on Sakai under the Resources folder. PeerWise One of your assignments during the semester will be to create multiple choice questions that address the material we learn. Asking questions and evaluate your peers questions has been shown to be an invaluable tool in developing deep learning. Posting and reviewing questions will be done through an interactive system called PeerWise. Instructions on how to register and how to use PeerWise will be given during the semester. VoiceThread While some of the pre-lecture assignments will be based on textbook readings, in some cases the background will be given as mini-lectures that you will access through the VoiceThread tool on Sakai. We will also use this system to cover the Integumentary system that will not be covered during class meetings. Facebook The course has a Facebook site that will serve as a platform to share your ideas and questions. I will also use the site to share announcements and links. This is a closed Facebook group, and you can join it by following a link that will be sent later via . Facebook rules The site is for the 252 class only. You should not post anything unrelated to the class. No personal attacks or usage of offensive language will be allowed. No posts that directly give the answers to assignments are allowed. For instance "The answer to #5 is C". That being said, you are allowed to ask questions concerning the assignments, and your classmates are allowed to respond, as long as the conceptual framework is being discussed. If your Facebook post is removed, please do not take it personally. If you feel that you are being unfairly censored, please feel free to me.

4 BIOL 252 Shemer, pg. 4 Grading Your grade for this course will be determined as follows: 3 midterm exams and 1 final exam = 23% each = 92% Connect assignments = 6% PeerWise assignments = 2% Grades will not be assigned for individual exams, only points. Final grades will be assigned based on the total number of points for the entire semester: A B C D F <60 A B C D B C A curve will be considered ONLY if the class grade average is < 75. Regardless, your grade will be based on your performance and not on comparing your performance to your peers. Exam questions will be taken from class meetings, assigned readings, and pre-class online lectures. Grades will not round up. B= 83, NOT Exams must be taken on the dates indicated during the regular class period; no makeup exams except in special circumstances, i.e. medical or family emergency documented in writing. The makeup test may be an oral exam. All course materials including your notes and assignments are covered by University Copyright This means it is illegal and an honor code offense to share your notes or any other course materials with anyone not directly affiliated with this class. THE PROFESSOR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE SYLLABUS, INCLUDING PROJECT DUE DATES AND TEST DATES. THESE CHANGES WILL BE ANNOUNCED AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.

5 BIOL 252 Shemer, pg. 5 Schedule For a detailed schedule, including assigned and recommended readings, and assignments schedule, please read the course schedule found on our website under the Syllabus folder Date Class T Aug 18 1 Introduction to A&P and to the nervous system R Aug 20 2 Fundamentals of the nervous system; resting potential T Aug 25 3 Neurophysiology- Graded and action potentials R Aug 27 4 Networking: how neurons interact through synapses T Sep 1 5 Synaptic activity II R Sep 3 6 Brain I T Sep 8 7 Brain II R Sep 10 8 Neural circuits T Sep 15 EXAM I (Nervous system) R Sep 17 9 Skeletal System I: Bone structure and function T Sep Skeletal System II: Bone growth, development, and remodeling R Sep Muscular System I: How the muscle cell contracts T Sep Muscular System II: Physiology of the muscle organ R Oct 1 13 Muscular System III T Oct 6 14 Endocrine System I: Basic mechanisms and hypothalamic control R Oct 8 15 Endocrine System II: other glands T Oct 13 EXAM II (Vision, Skeletal, Muscular, Endocrine) R Oct 15 FALL BREAK T Oct Cardiovascular System I + Integumentary System- online lecture R Oct Cardiovascular System II T Oct Immune system R Oct Immune system II + Respiratory I T Nov 3 20 Respiratory R Nov 5 EXAM III (Cardiovascular, Immune, Integumentary, Respiratory) T Nov Digestive System I- anatomy and gastric activity R Nov Digestive System II- digestion and absorption T Nov Urinary System I- anatomy and filtration R Nov Urinary System II - reabsorption and regulation T Nov Reproductive system- male R Nov 26 THANKSGIVING BREAK T Nov 1 26 Reproductive system- female T Dec 8 FINAL EXAM 08:00 am (Digestive, Urinary, Reproductive)

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