Human-Anatomy&Physiology - Tennessee Science...

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Tennessee Science Curriculum Framework Human Anatomy and Physiology Course Description Human Anatomy and Physiology is a laboratory science course that consists of an in-depth study of the body systems that maintain homeostasis from anatomical, physiological, and histological perspectives. Students explore the body’s structures and functions through an inquiry approach. Human Anatomy and Physiology students investigate: Inquiry Technology and Engineering Anatomical Orientation Protection, Support, and Movement Integration and Regulation Transportation Absorption and Excretion Reproduction, Growth, and Development Embedded Inquiry Conceptual Strand Understandings about scientific inquiry and the ability to conduct inquiry are essential for living in the 21 st century. Guiding Question What tools, skills, knowledge, and dispositions are needed to conduct scientific inquiry? Course Level Expectations CLE 3251.Inq.1 Recognize that science is a progressive endeavor that reevaluates and extends what is already accepted. CLE 3251.Inq.2 Design and conduct scientific investigations to explore new phenomena, verify previous results, test how well a theory predicts, and compare opposing theories. CLE 3251.Inq.3 Use appropriate tools and technology to collect precise and accurate data. CLE 3251.Inq.4 Apply qualitative and quantitative measures to analyze data and draw conclusions that are free of bias. CLE 3251.Inq.5 Compare experimental evidence and conclusions with those drawn by others about the same testable question. CLE 3251.Inq.6 Communicate and defend scientific findings. 34
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Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment) 9 3251.Inq.1 Trace the historical development of a scientific principle or theory, such as the cell theory, evolution, or DNA structure. 9 3251.Inq.2 Select a description or scenario that reevaluates and/or extends a scientific finding. 9 3251.Inq.3 Conduct scientific investigations that include testable questions, verifiable hypotheses, and appropriate variables to explore new phenomena or verify the experimental results of others. 9 3251.Inq.4 Select appropriate tools and technology to collect precise and accurate quantitative and qualitative data. 9 3251.Inq.5 Evaluate the accuracy and precision of data. 9 3251.Inq.6 Determine if data supports or contradicts a hypothesis or conclusion. 9 3251.Inq.7 Compare or combine experimental evidence from two or more investigations. 9 3251.Inq.8 Recognize, analyze, and evaluate alternative explanations for the same set of observations. 9 3251.Inq.9 Analyze experimental results and identify possible sources. 9 3251.Inq.10 Compare conclusions that offer different, but acceptable explanations for the same set of experimental data. 9
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2010 for the course BIO 130 taught by Professor Pfeiffer during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Rockland.

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