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Project Lead The Way teaches students about biomedical sciences


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  • Debbie Moore/Deer Valley Unified School District

Nora Wells, Research Assistant, Midwestern University Shared Her Professional Knowledge As A Forensic Anthropologist To Introduce Students In PLTW Human Body Systems To The Field Of Forensic Anthropology. Photo Courtesy Of Deer Valley Unified School District

Sergeant Scott Waite, Glendale Police Department lead Principles of Biomedical Sciences students in investigating a death scene as they are introduced to Anna Garcia, the subject of our course.  Students take on the role of crime scene investigators in this unit to determine Anna’s manner of death.

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Sargent Scott Waite, Glendale Police Department lead Principles of Biomedical Sciences students in investigating a death scene as they are introduced to Anna Garcia, the subject of our course. Photo courtesy Deer Valley Unified School District

John Fraleigh, BSN, and Instructor at University of Arizona, Phoenix Biomedical Campus Nursing Program shared his professional experience as an Emergency Room nurse with Senior PLTW Biomedical Innovation students.  He shared scenarios to assist students learn how to triage patients and they design innovations to create effective emergency facilities.

Nora Wells, Research Assistant, Midwestern University shared her professional knowledge as a forensic anthropologist to introduce students in PLTW Human Body Systems to the field of forensic anthropology.  Students learned how bones are measured and used in various legal, medical and scientific scenarios.  Ms. Wells also shared a human skull with students, pictured below.

 

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