Biology 1220

Human Anatomy and Physiology

Are you experiencing any of the following flu-like symptoms? *

- Fever or chills
- Cough
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Sore throat
- Headache
- Stuffy or runny nose (other than diagnosed chronic allergies)
- New loss of sense of smell or taste
- Nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea
- Chest pain or pressure
- Loss of speech or movement
- Severe fatigue
- muscle aches
- feeling of being unwell

Within the last 14 days, have you:

* Traveled to any countries outside of Canada (including the United States)?
* Been in contact with someone who has a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19? (If a health care worker and all PPE requirements were used as per best practices at your facility and none of the above signs and symptoms are present then you may attend)
* Been in contact with someone who has traveled outside of Canada (including the United States) in the past 14 days who has become ill?

Do not attend the face to face test. Contact me if unsure.

Midterm 1
- Masks must be worn at all times when inside the building and classrooms.
- No food or drinks
- A pencil is requires to fill out multiple choice answer sheet (pens are fine for written test sheets)

The afternoon group.

Thursday, April 22th, Location Building B, - Room B2206. Enter lower doors of the B building, Go up to second floor.

Afternoon class 1-3PM

Welcome to the course!

Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 (BIOL 1220)
This course and its companion course, Human Anatomy and Physiology 1120, deal with the relationship between structure and function in human biology. Lectures emphasize basic concepts in biology and the role of the major organ systems of the human body. Laboratory activities examine anatomical relationships and the physiological functioning of human organs.

A learning community in the age of a pandemic.

Sadly, our face to face time within a physical classroom will be very limited this semester but we can still meet our learning needs. Our course will follow a "flipped" classroom model. In a flipped course you learn the material before a class, using various resources.

This website is the core learning centre for our course. Each chapter will have a webpage (or pages) with the chapter objectives, downloadable study notes and lecture related videos. You work your way through the material before we all meet online as a class. Our Zoom meetings will focus on going over areas of content that you need a hand with or for other activities, such as case studies.

For many this will challenge how they learn but it does provide an exciting opportunity to empower yourself as a learner.

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