Classroom best practices

Assessments with Intention in Anatomy & Physiology

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By Molly Schiel,
Northeast Iowa Community College



Overcoming the Challenge of Unprepared Students...

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By Richard Pirkle,
Tennessee Tech University



College Students Are Pressed for Time and Need More Hours...

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By Jim Connely,
McGraw-Hill Education

Just like a movie trailer, but better: SmartBook for A&P!

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By Michelle Monlux,
Modesto Junior College



Help your students study more effectively for your A&P course!

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By Michael Koot, Ph.D.
McGraw-Hill Education



How to Enhance Physiology Coverage in your Anatomy...

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By Jim Connely,
McGraw-Hill Education

How to Implement LearnSmart Prep for Anatomy & Physiology

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By Jim Connely,
McGraw-Hill Education



How I moved my A&P Course Online

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By Steve Sullivan, D.C, Professor
at Bucks County Community College

User reviews


All across America, students and instructors who use McGraw Hill’s Connect® 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
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