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Dear Anatomy Story Users
Anatomy Story has been upgraded and has moved to www.anatomystory.co.uk. Anatomy Story has been up and running for nearly 4 months and it has been a pleasure to see over a 1000 people sign up and using the resources available on Anatomy Story for free. Unfortunately, the new site requires a small paid subscription! This is simply because the exciting new features on require money to run. For the next 6 weeks will be offering subscriptions at a 30% discount!!! This is for you, the regular users! Plus the new site has a number of new courses, lessons and features (watch the video above to see!!). Please click on the Anatomy Story Skull to visit the new site.
Adam @ Anatomy Story
Learn anatomy and physiology through engaging videos. Ditch the screen-casts, create an Anatomy Story!
What Does Anatomy Story Offer?
Engaging, informative and narrative videos for each topic
30+ anatomy and physiology topics covered
Content specific to BTEC Sport, BTEC Sport Science, A Level PE, Personal Training Courses, Fitness Instructing Courses
30+ planned lessons, reducing teachers planning workload, freeing up time for more valuable interactions with students
Additional visual and written resources to cater for all types of learners
Video specific worksheets that can form as note taking aid or test student knowledge at home or during lesson
Low-stakes quizzes in a pressure-free environment
Check list for students to
self-track and for teachers to track
Revision area for recapping and knowledge recall
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About Anatomy Story
Anatomy Story is an online learning resource for studying or teaching Anatomy and Physiology.
Anatomy Story teaches through videos. The videos aim to add context and narrative to the abstract topic of Anatomy and Physiology. When learning from Anatomy Story videos you are not just watching a screen cast of someone talking over a white board or a teacher videoing a PowerPoint. Instead, you are watching produced videos that provide analogies, object reference, memory queues and explanations.
There are over 25 topics covered, each with a video. Once you have watched a topic’s video you can then complete a quiz and worksheet specific to the topic’s video. The 25 topics should provide you with at least 25 hours of learning, or teaching.