Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy & Physiology

Classroom Best Practices

Be Inspired to Mix Things Up! Episode 42

By Cinnamon VanPutte,
Southwestern Illinois College

How to Thrive in College & Beyond

How to Help Your Students Build a Foundation for Success

By Judi D’Aleo,
Plymouth State University

What’s New for Anatomy & Physiology

Practice Atlas for Anatomy & Physiology

Change the game with the most missed questions report!

By Bill Hoover,
Bunker Hill Community College

User Reviews

All across America, students and instructors who use McGraw Hill Education's Connect® for Anatomy & Physiology are experiencing joy. It's a phenomenon we call MHEhAPpiness.

Cadaver Simulation Tool

A&P Revealed is an interactive cadaver, fetal pig or cat dissection tool to enhance lecture and lab that students can use anytime, anywhere. Instructors can customize APR 3.2 by indicating the specific content they require in their course through a simple menu selection process. APR 3.2 does the rest. In the course-specific area of the program, students see only the instructor’s designated content, and only this content appears in quiz questions. APR contains all the material covered in an A&P course, including these three modules:

  • Body Orientation
  • Cells and Chemistry
  • Tissues

Succeed in A&P Podcast

An audio podcast series dedicated to the sharing of ideas, best practices, teaching tips, educational solutions, and other exciting topics in Anatomy and Physiology.

Most Listened to episodes!

  • Top 10 tips to thrive in A&P
  • Assessments with Intention in Anatomy and Physiology
  • Instructional Design+ Learning Science + McGraw-Hill Education!
  • A Student Perspective on Succeeding in A&P
  • The top 15 tips for teaching Anatomy & Physiology courses!
  • Hole’s Human A&P: Product Developers are the Swiss Army Knife of publishing!
  • Now that you are in A&P II, how can you help student to be more prepared to succeed?
  • We LOVE physiology, Happy Valentines Day!
  • The Role of Critical Thinking in Anatomy & Physiology
  • Building Confidence with Critical Thinking in the A&P Laboratory!

If you would like to appear on the Succeed in A&P podcast or have show inquiries, contact Jim Connely at: or cell 563-599-5359