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Conference & Workshop Materials

  • Come to Your Senses: Physiology in Action Don’t think you have the nerves for physiology? This workshop offers 4 easy, hands-on activities, suitable for all grade levels, to explore homeostasis, reflexes and reactions, and response to stimuli. View »
  • Assessing Water Quality with Aquatic Macroinvertebrates Use this introductory activity to familiarize students with the types of macroinvertebrates they may collect in a local stream or as a review activity on biotic water quality calculations. Includes a materials list and step-by-step instructions. View »
  • Cutaneous Sensation You have probably noticed that cutaneous receptors are not equally distributed throughout the skin. Some places on your body are more sensitive than others. This activity explores the density of mechanoreceptors in the skin on the hand. View »
  • Comparative Mammalian Organ Dissection with Carolina’s Perfect Solution® Specimens This comparative dissection workshop explores 4 mammalian organs and their structures, using superior quality Carolina’s Perfect Solution® preserved specimens. View »
  • Come to Your Senses: Physiology in Action Don’t think you have the nerves for physiology? This workshop offers 4 easy, hands-on activities, suitable for all grade levels, to explore homeostasis, reflexes and reactions, and response to stimuli. View »
  • Bouncing Off the Page Combine physics and biology concepts in one lesson that focuses on the art of creating two-dimensional images with the illusion of depth. Includes a materials list and step-by-step instructions. View »
  • Cow Eye Dissection This dissection activity introduces students to the anatomy of the mammalian eye. Includes a materials list and step-by-step instructions. View »
  • Ice Creamer By using table salt to lower the freezing temperature of water below 0° C, the ice and water mixture becomes cold enough to freeze a nondairy creamer solution into ice cream. View »
  • A "Taste" of Carolina® Physiology Our sense of taste is limited to a few basic responses. In this activity, students explore how the perception of flavor can be influenced by other factors. Includes a materials list and step-by-step instructions. View »
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