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Saturday, August 24, 2013
As an instructor, I would really like to know more spur of the moment activities to add to my lesson plans. I would really like to add more fun activities to my lesson plans so my students are able to learn and recall the course information. I don't consider myself to be a creative person, but I do know that students want to make everything fun. I want to make my course fun. I teach a class called physical medicine and it involves EVERYTHING about the human body. The human body such as anatomy, injuries, prevention of injuries, basically anything about the physical anatomy and especially related to sports. My subject matter involves a great deal Latin because it involves the human body, therefore, it can be challenging for younger students, especially those who haven't had any type of anatomy to grasp the information. I have been learning a lot from other teachers and I've gained a great deal of knowledge from NTI. I would really like to have a huge resource under my belt. Are there any suggestions from the class? Class Resource https://www.georgiastandards.org/standards/Georgia%20Performance%20Standards%20CTAE/Concepts_of_Physical_Medicine_Course.pdf