Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Too late for cadaver class!
Lucky for us (and the dozen or so folks on the waitlist), this is the first in a series of several courses that center around a weekend workshop in a cadaver lab with expert dissectors.
The Anatomy of the Abdomen and Thorax course held in February in San Diego is just the first in a series of courses that will be held at various locations in North America in the coming months and years.
These courses carry three graduate credits from the University of Washington (Seattle) biology department. All HAPS-I courses are meant for folks who already teach anatomy and physiology (high-school through graduate levels) fill in their background in various topics within human biology . . . or simply to brush up on the lastest concepts. Even if you already have a graduate degree and "don't need the credit" you'll find these courses to be both fun and useful.
All HAPS-I courses also involve emerging methods of active learning and thus showcase methods of teaching and learning that participants can adapt into their own courses.
Want to know more about HAPS-I and its courses? Click here for more information.
However, when new HAPS-I courses open up . . . ACT QUICKLY because they DO fill quickly!