By Joel Michael, William Cliff, Jenny McFarland, Harold Modell, Ann Wright
This booklet bargains body structure academics a brand new method of educating their topic that might result in elevated pupil figuring out and retention of crucial rules. through integrating the core concepts of body structure into person classes and around the whole curriculum, it presents scholars with instruments that would aid them research extra simply and entirely comprehend the body structure content material they're requested to benefit. The authors current examples of ways the core concepts can be utilized to educate person themes, layout studying assets, check scholar knowing, and constitution a body structure curriculum.
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The genes that are expressed determine the functions of every cell. This is the central dogma of molecular biology, and it plays out in a large number of situations in physiological systems. Homeostasis: The internal environment of the organism is actively maintained constant by the function of cells, tissues, and organs organized into negative feedback systems. The role of negative feedback in regulating the functions of the body is a particularly powerful core concept in that it describes so much of organ system physiology.
To fully understand, physiology students must understand how the results they are reading about were generated and how future results will be generated. Structure/function: The function of a cell, tissue, or organ is determined by its form. Structure and function (from the molecular level to the organ system level) are intrinsically related to each other. When applied to human designed and constructed artifacts this is a truism. But it is equally true of biological systems. An understanding of a physiological mechanism requires some understanding of the structures that involved.
5, 6, and 7, we present the conceptual frameworks, the unpacking, of the three core concepts that we selected for our initial development work: homeostasis, flow down gradients, and cell–cell communication. For each of these core concepts, we discuss the elements of the framework, define the key terms that are used in each framework, present a visual representation of the concept, and, finally, discuss some of the issues that arise in helping students understand each concept. References Duschl RA, Schweingruber HA, Shouse AW (eds) (2007) Taking science to school: learning and teaching science in grades K-8.