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Kinesiology 1223: Anatomy and Physiology I Introduction This handout should serve as a guide to aid in the identification of models available during laboratory class. It should not be interpreted as the only material that the student will be tested. Where applicable, illustrations from the lab manual have been included. Students are also responsible for this material. Relevant figures: 2.1, 2.2, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 8.1 Relevant tables: 2.1, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3 Directional Terms Tarsal Anatomical position Anterior/Posterior Ventral/Dorsal Bone Landmarks Superior/Inferior Process Medial/Lateral Tubercle Proximal/Distal Tuberosity Superficial/Deep Spine Condyle Regions of the Body Epicondyle Cranial Head Cervical Neck Acromial Crest Scapular Line Axillary Facet Pectoral Trochanter Brachial Ramus Carpal Foramen Thoracic Sinus Lumbar Meatus Sacral Fossa Coxal Notch Gluteal Groove Femoral Sulcus Patellar Fissure Popliteal Crural Bone Shapes Calcaneal Short Long Flat Irregular [Kin1223 – All sections] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] Instructor: Mr. Kyle Harris Course Day: Tuesday/Thursday E-mail: email@example.com Course Time: 2:00-3:20 PM Telephone: 215-204-4629 Course Location: Anderson 17 Office Location: Pearson Hall, 263 Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 10–11am. Please sign up via the link on BB to Mr. Harris’ Google calendar. Instructor: Dr. Jacqueline Phillips Course Day: Tuesday/Thursday E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Course Time: 8:00-9:20 AM Telephone: 215-204-3925 Course Location: Pearson Hall 213 Office Location: Pearson Hall, 263 Office Hours: Tuesday 9:30-10:30am. Please sign up via the link on BB to Dr. Phillips’ Google calendar. Lab Hours: Tu/Wed/Thurs/Fri/Sat – Time varies by section Lab Location: Pearson Hall room 01, 07 and 028 (check your roster) Lab Instructors Mr. Nick April Pearson 253 email@example.com Ms. Drashti Bhatt Pearson 253 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Aisha Bhimla Pearson252 email@example.com Ms. Siena Childs Pearson 253 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Ed Doerr Pearson254 email@example.com Mr. Kyle Harris Pearson263 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Rachael Loeb Pearson 253 email@example.com Ms. Jenna Ratka Pearson 253 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Jessica Rawlings Pearson254 email@example.com Mr. Jeff Tomkinson Pearson254 firstname.lastname@example.org Head Teaching Assistant Ms. Aisha Bhimla Pearson252 email@example.com *Important Date Last day to drop: September 12 th Last day to withdraw: October 25 th Final Exam: th For Mr. Harris’ Lecture class: December 20 , 1:00 – 3:00pm – Anderson 17 For Dr. Phillips’ Lecture class: December 20 , 8:00 – 10:00am – Pearson 204 COURSE P REREQUISITES OR C O-R EQUISITES N/A [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] COURSE DESCRIPTION Kinesiology 1223 is the first of two courses dealing with the anatomical and functional relationships of the human body. As future clinicians and allied health professionals students will focus on the integration of body systems leading to an understanding of the healthy, intact human organism. This deep understanding will help students in their future careers council patients or clients. Further, students will begin to develop an analytical thought process, which all clinicians must have. This first course deals specifically with the general organization of the body and the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. The sequence of Kinesiology 1223 and 1224 fulfills the Science and Technology requirement for the General Education Requirements. C OURSE R EQUIREMENTS All students are required to comply with Temple University’s Computer and Network Security Policy (https://computerservices.temple.edu/tech-policies). Blackboard Students will access all PowerPoints for lecture material and handouts that will be used to outline the material in lab. There will be regular announcements made throughout the course on blackboard with information regarding exams, open lab, and any important information during the semester. It is expected that students will have access to email. Connect/Learnsmart – Online learning platform. (www.connect.mcgraw-hill.com) Students will use LearnSmart to complete homework modules that are due the night (11:59PM) before each lecture exam. The deadline to register for Connect is Monday, September 7 . Top Hat We will be using the Top Hat (www.tophat.com) classroom response system in class. You will be able to submit answers to in-class questions using Apple or Android smartphones and tablets, laptops, or via text message (SMS). You can visit http://tinyurl.com/THStudentRegistration for the Student Quick Start Guide which outlines how you will register for a Top Hat account, as well as providing a brief overview to get you up and running on the system. An email invitation will also be sent to your email account. Top Hat will require a subscription. There are three options to choose from: - $24 for 4 months of unlimited access - $36 for 12 months of unlimited access - $72 for lifetime* access C OURSE F ORMAT /INSTRUCTIONAL M ETHODS Classroom, Laboratory, Online Asynchronous, Lecture, Group activities [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 2 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] COURSE O BJECTIVES AND COMPETENCIES LEARNING OBJECTIVE DIRECT/INDIRECT ASSESSMENT TOOL Students will be able to: - 5 lecture exams - 3 laboratory exams 1. Identify and relate various levels o- Total 15 modules of Learn Smart online body organization and hierarchy to the assignments human organism. - Pre-lecture/post-lecture quizzes 2. Develop strategies to apply anatomical terminology to unfamiliar contexts. 3. Analyze and identify the interaction between positive and negative feedback loops (body homeostasis). 4. Identify the interaction between chemistry and the human organism. 5. Critically analyze the structure-function relationship of the muscular, skeletal, integumentary and nervous system. 6. Compare and identify the interconnectedness of the body systems. A DDITIONAL C OURSE INFORMATION Course Goals: Students completing Kin 1223 should know the location, structure, and function of the major body organs and systems such as muscular, skeletal, nervous, as well as be able to analyze the independence existing among these systems. Students should be able to discuss the structure and function of cells as well as the concept of homeostasis. COURSE M ATERIALS Saladin, K. R. (2014). Anatomy and Physiology.7 edition. New York: McGraw-Hill. th Wise, E. (2014).Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology.(7 ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. Connect Access Card*. *If textbook is purchased new from the bookstore, you will receive a code inside your text. Otherwise a code is purchasable through blackboard LearnSmart Study login page. Top Hat will require a subscription. There are three options to choose from: [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 3 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] - $24 for 4 months of unlimited access - $36 for 12 months of unlimited access - $72 for lifetime* access A SSIGNMENTS Connect will be used to submit homework assignments. All students will need to register for Connect/LearnSmart during the first 3 weeks of the semester. A student who does not register by Monday, September 12 will not be permitted to enroll in Connect or to complete the assignments. Further information will be provided in laboratory. In order to receive credit for LearnSmart assignments the student must complete the entire module. Once a due date has passed, students may not go back to the previous assignment. Each lecture unit (1- 5) will have a set of modules, that upon 100% completion will add up to 10 points per unit. The total point value for the LearnSmart modules is 50 total points overall (10 points per unit). LearnSmart grades will be posted with your corresponding lecture grade in a separate column and be added to your point total throughout the semester. G RADING SCALE 93-100 A 87-89 B+ 77-79 C+ 67-69 D+ 0-59 F 90-92 A- 83-86 B 73-76 C 63-66 D 80-82 B- 70-72 C- 60-62 D- Each assignment will receive a numerical grade and be weighted in the calculation of a final numerical grade as indicated above. Decimal averages of .50 or greater will be rounded up to the next whole number. For example, a 72.50 will round to a 73 and will earn a C. POLICY ON A TTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION Students are expected to be present at every regularly scheduled lecture and laboratory time. Although attendance is not mandatory in lecture, frequent absences during lecture may impact the student’s ability to adequately learn the material and subsequently impact the student’s final grade. Students who are absent from the laboratory portion of the class will not be allowed additional time for laboratory assignments or to make up missed sections. They will be unable to earn and receive 2 activity points which are associated with each weekly laboratory. Students may only attend the laboratory section in which they are enrolled. E-MAIL &E MAIL POLICY To facilitate communication, the university requires you to have an e-mail account ending in @temple.edu. During the semester, I will try to return your e-mail within two business days unless I am out of the office or the university is close.dE-mails sent after noon on Fridays will generally not be returned until Monday—please plan accordingly. Email Policy [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 4 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] To encourage professionalism and prepare you for your future career, all e-mails sent to the instructor of this course must abide by the following format: a. A proper salutation. b. A message indicating the purpose of the e-mail. c. Your lab section number and TUID. d. The message will include professional language and writing style including proper grammar and spelling and will not contain any informal language (slang). e. A proper closure including the name of the student. If you do not follow the above guideline, the instructor will not respond to your email. CORE C OURSE M INIMUM GRADE A Minimum grade of a C is required for acceptance of course credits. INCOMPLETE A student will be eligible for agrade of “Incomplete” only if he/she: 1) has completed at least 51% of the work at a passing level, 2) is unable to complete the work for a serious reason beyond his or her control, and 3) files a signed contract with the instructor outlining the work to be completed and the timeframe (see http://policies.temple.edu/getdoc.asp?policy_no=02.10.13). W ITHDRAWAL FROM THE C OURSE If a student wishes to withdrawfrom a course, it isthe student’sresponsibility to meet the deadline for the last day to withdraw withinthe current semester (www.temple.edu/registrar/documents/calendars/). Please consult the University policy on withdrawals (http://policies.temple.edu/PDF/337.pdf). STATEMENT ON A CADEMIC R IGHTS&R ESPONSIBILITIES Freedom to teach and freedom to learn are inseparable facets of academic freedom. The University has a policy on Student and Faculty Academic Rights and Responsibilities (Policy #03.70.02), which can be accessed at http://policies.temple.edu/getdoc.asp?policy_no=03.70.02 DISABILITYD ISCLOSURESTATEMENT Any student who has a need for accommodation based on the impact of a documented disability should contact Disability Resources and Services (DRS), Ritter Annex 100, (215) 204-1280, to make arrangements. Students requesting accommodations should meet with the instructor as soon as possible after the start of classes to discuss their needs and to provide documentation from DRS. Accommodations are not retroactive. ACADEMIC HONESTY According to the University Code of Conduct, students must not commit, attempt to commit, aid, [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 5 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] encourage, facilitate or solicit the commission of academic dishonesty and impropriety including plagiarism, academic cheating, and selling lecture notes or other information provided by an instructor without the instructor’s authorization. Violations may result in failing the assignment and/or failing the course, and/or other sanctions as enumerated in the University Code of Conduct, which can be accessed at http://policies.temple.edu/PDF/294.pdf. Cheating on an Examination Examinations are intended to test a student's comprehension and retention of the material covered in a course. Academic cheating can occur before, during, and/or after an examination. a) Before an examination. This includes, but is not limited to, the writing of crib sheets or any other aids prior to an exam, with the intention to use them on the exam. Asking another student's cooperation to copy answers from his/her exam prior to the exam is an attempt to cheat. Also, planned absence from an exam in order to obtain information regarding the exam from someone who has taken it, or to allow extra study time, is an attempt to cheat. b) During an examination. If a student copies another student's answers during an exam, or if a student allows another student to copy answers from his/her test during an exam, this constitutes cheating. c) After an examination. Divulging to other students the details of an exam and/or passing tests down to the class below, without the faculty member's permission, is cheating. d) Take-home examinations. When an exam is given out of class as a "take home exam,” it is normally assumed that class notes, texts, or even materials from the library may be used, if properly cited. Faculty members assume that students will complete the examination alone, unless instructed otherwise. Obtaining assistance from fellow students in developing answers and then turning in the work as if it were original is cheating. Again, if unsure about the rules concerning take-home examinations, consult the faculty member. e) Previous or current exam copies have not and will never be made available for student use. Any student that is found in possession of any previous or current exam copy will be considered to be cheating. As stated above, the minimum penalty for cheating is course failure. Students in this course will be subject to the rules described in the Temple University Undergraduate Bulletin: Student Responsibilities, which every student is responsible for obtaining (http://www.temple.edu/bulletin/responsibilities_rights/responsibilities/responsibilities.shtm) and reading. The tests in this course are all closed notes tests. The minimum penalty for cheating on an exam is course failure. All students must present their TUID before turning in examinations, having another take the examination will result in course failure along with both students referred to University Disciplinary Committee. Unauthorized removal of any course materials (models, charts, etc.) from the lab or lecture rooms or from the libraries will result in severe penalties which will include a zero grade on appropriate tests, referral to the University Disciplinary Committee, and/or referral to University Police. [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 6 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] Wireless Communication The use of wireless communication devices (equipment including, but not limited to cell phones, music devices, and tablets) during lecture and laboratory time is strictly prohibited. If these devices are out during laboratory, the student will not receive homework and participation points for that day. The use of electronic devices during examinations violates Temple University's academic honesty policy. Students detected using an electronic device during an examination will receive a zero for the examination and fail the course. • Smart phones or other wireless devices (iPads, tablets, cell phones, or music devices) are prohibited during lab exams. These devices are not to be carried on the student. If a smart phone or another wireless device is found on the student during the exam, the student will automatically fail the exam. • Taking pictures of models in either open lab or your designated laboratory section is prohibited. Under no circumstance may you take pictures. G ENERAL POLICIES All University and College of Public Health policies ( www.temple.edu/grad/policies/index.htm) will be upheld. Freedom to teach and freedom to learn are inseparable facets of academic freedom. These principals are outlined in the University’s policy on “Student and Faculty Academic Rights and Responsibilities” (http://policies.temple.edu/getdoc.asp?policy_no=03.70.02 ). The Undergraduate Student Handbooks for the College of Publi c Health details College expectations: (http://cph.temple.edu/chpsw/students/academic-affairs) Temple University is committed to preventing and addressing sexual assault, domestic v iolence, dating violence, harassment and stalking. Temple encourages members of the university community to promptly and accurately report all criminal actions and utilize the university’s sexual misconduct education and prevention programs. For more information, please go to: http://sexualmisconduct.temple.edu/ C ONTINUITY OF INSTRUCTION IN EVENT OF EMERGENCY Students are to register for the TUAlert System to be made aware of University closures due to weather or other emergency situations and follow all additional university-wide emergency instruction. Students can register for this system on the following site: http://www.temple.edu/safety/tuready/. In the event of an emergency, class materials/instructions will be provided in a web-based format via Blackboard or web-ex. Students registered for the class will be alerted to any alternate testing procedures and submission of assignment requirements from the instructor via email. [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 7 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] C OURSE SCHEDULE Lecture Outline 1. Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 2. The Chemistry of Life 3. The Cell - through the cytoplasmic organelles and the nucleus Lecture Test 1: Approximate date: Thursday, September 15 (100 points) ****************************************************************** 4. The Cell - from movement or materials across the plasma membrane 5. The Tissues 6. The Integumentary System Lecture Test 2: Approximate date: Thursday, October 6 st(100 points) ****************************************************************** 7. The Skeletal System 8. The Muscular System -Part 1 nd Lecture Test 3: Approximate date: Thursday, October 27 (100 points) ****************************************************************** 9. The Muscular System-Part 2 10. The Nervous System - Part 1 1. Introduction 2. Cells 3. Information Conduction 4. Synapse 5. Receptors Lecture Test 4: Approximate date: Thursday, November 17 th (100 points) ****************************************************************** 11. The Nervous System - Part 2 1. The Peripheral Nervous System 2. The Central Nervous System 12. The Special Senses 13. Body Systems Integration - Integration of material from all units of Kinesiology 1223 to be included with Lecture Test 5 Lecture Test 5 Main Campus: Thursday, December 20 th (100 points) Time: 1 - 3 PM at Anderson 17 (For Mr. Harris’ Class) 8 – 9AM at PH 204 (For Dr. Phillips’ Class) ************************************************************************************ Lecture test dates are APPROXIMATIONS . You must be prepared to take these tests at least 1 -2 class days before or 1-2 class days after the dates above. Do not schedule an absence from class for these possible alternate test days. Week Date Tuesday Thursday Week Topic [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 8 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] 1 8/30 Introduction Chemistry of Life Tues 8/30 – Mon 9/5 Introduction 2 9/6 Chemistry of Cell Tues 9/6 – Mon 9/7 Axial Skeleton Life * 9/12 Last day to drop 3 9/13 Cell *9/15 Lecture Tues 9/13 - Mon 9/19 Appendicular Exam 1 (100 pts.) Skeleton 4 9/20 Cellular Tissues Tues 9/20 – Mon 9/26 Joints/Review Movement 5 9/27 Tissues Integumentary Tues 9/27 – Mon 10/3 Lab Exam 1 System (70 pts.) 6 10/4 Integumentary *10/6 Lecture Tues 10/4– Mon 10/10 Muscles- Upper System Exam 2 (100 pts.) Extremity 7 10/11 Skeletal System Skeletal System Tues 10/11 – Mon 10/17 Muscles- Lower Extremity 8 10/18 Muscular System Muscular System Tues 10/18 – Mon 10/24 Muscles- Neck and Trunk/Review 9 10/25 Muscular System *10/27 Lecture Tues 10/25– Mon 10/31 Integration Exam 3(100 pts.) * 10/25 Last day to Withdraw 10 11/1 Muscular System Nervous System Tues 11/1 – Mon 11/7 Lab Exam 2 (70 pts) 11 11/8 Nervous System Nervous System Tues 11/8 – Mon 11/14 Brain/Cranial Nerves 12 11/15 Nervous System *11/17 Lecture Tues 11/15 – Mon 11/21 Spinal Exam 4(100 pts.) Cord/Nerves 13 11/22 Fall Break Fall Break Fall Break M/T/Wed Fall Break Thanksgiving Th/F 14 11/29 Peripheral NS Central NS Tues 11/29 – Mon 12/5 Eye, Ear Integration 15 12/6 Central NS Special Senses Tues 12/6 – Mon 12/12 Lab Exam 3 (60 pts.) 16 12/13 12/20 Lecture Exam 5 (100pts.) 8 – 10 am Pearson 204 1 – 3 pm Anderson 17 th *Tuesday December 13 – Make up exam day LEARNSMART 1223 Fall 2015 UNIT I: LearnSmart Homework: - LS1 – Major Themes of Anatomy and Physiology [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 9 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] - LS2 – The Chemistry of Life - LS3 – Cellular Form and Function UNIT II: LearnSmart Homework: - LS3 – Cellular Form and Function (membrane function) - LS4 – Genetics and Cellular Function - LS5 – Histology - LS6 – The Integumentary System UNIT III: LearnSmart Homework: -LS7 – Bone Tissue -LS8 - The Skeletal System -LS9 – Joints -LS10 – The Muscular System -LS11 – Muscular Tissue UNIT IV: LearnSmart Homework: -LS11 – Muscular Tissue -LS12 – Nervous Tissue UNIT V: LearnSmart Homework: -LS13 – The Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, & Somatic Reflexes -LS14 – The Brain and Cranial Nerves -LS15 – The Autonomic Nervous System and Visceral Reflexes [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 10 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] Laboratory Rules Per EHRS guidelines, no food or drink is allowed in the laboratories. In addition, open-toe shoes are not permitted in the laboratories. Students without proper footwear will not be allowed in the laboratories at any time. a. No open toe shoes (socks and sandals do not count as close toe) b. No food c. No drink Open Lab There are to be no cell phones/tablets/or cameras used in open lab. Please ensure you print your blackboard handouts prior to coming to open lab. You will be asked to leave if you are using an electronic device. Evaluation 1. ALL STUDENTS MUST SHOW TUID IN ORDER TO HAND IN THEIR EXAM 2. Final grades will be based on total points for the semester. This will include lecture and lab tests and any quizzes or assignments given in either lecture or lab. 3. The course will be weighted based on: five (5) Lecture Tests worth a total of 500 points, three (3) Laboratory Tests worth a total of 200 points, and 5 LearnSmart Modules worth 50 points. a. Each lab period will have 2 activity points that may be earned by a student attending each lab. These points will be added into the lab test grade. i. Unit 1 – 8 activity points. (Exam overall= 78 points) ii. Unit 2 – 8 activity points. (Exam overall= 78 points) iii. Unit 3 – 6 activity points. (Exam overall= 66 points) b. Each of the five (lecture) units have LearnSmart activities linked to them, and must be completed by the due date. LearnSmart assignments associated with each Unit will be worth 10 points total. Points will only be earned if the assignment is finished to 100% completion before the due date. This can be verified through Connect. The responsibility lies with the student to ensure that they SUBMIT their LearnSmart modules on time. If you do not submit your modules on time you WILL NOT receive credit for the assignment. 4. For all tests (lecture and lab) you will need to have two or more #2 pencils with good erasers. 5. If you are unable to take a test at the regularly scheduled time and you are able to present a University approved excuse for missing the test (e.g., participation in a University sponsored event, illness certified by the University Health Service or your physician), you MUST follow the appropriate steps as outlined below: a. In all cases you MUST notify the course coordinator (Mr. Harris at 215-204-8707 or firstname.lastname@example.org) PRIOR TO THE TIME of the test. Failure to make PRIOR notification will result in NO opportunity to make up the test and a grade of [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 11 [Kin1223] [Human Anatomy & Physiology I] [Fall 2016] zero. b. If you know in advance that you will miss a test, see the course coordinator at least 3 days prior to the test. c. If you become ill on a test day, telephone the course administrator at 215-204-8707 PRIOR TO THE TIME of your test, and leave a voice mail message. DO NOT CALL YOUR LAB INSTRUCTOR. 6. There will be no regularly scheduled make-up tests given during the semester. All make-up tests will be given at designated times during the final examination period at the end of each semester. 7. Total point scores for the semester will not be re-curved at the semester’s end. 8. Everyone in the course takes the same tests and is graded on the same distribution. 9. Errors resulting from machine grading of tests must be identified and corrected within three (3) weeks after the test has been given. No changes can be made after that time. 10. There are no "extra credit" opportunities and grades will be changed only if an error has been made in assigning points or calculating grades. Make-Up Exams th All make-up exams will take place on Tuesday, December 13 . Sign-ups for makeup exams will take place on Blackboard. Students must be signed up 72 hours in advance of the makeup exam and have the approval from the course coordinator (Mr. Harris). Study Suggestions 1. This is a difficult and challenging course that covers a tremendous amount of material. You MUST attend class and study daily to keep up. 2. Learn the terminology. 3. Prepare in advance for labs and lectures by reading the corresponding information in the textbook and laboratory manual in addition to reviewing the AP Revealed material on Connect. 4. If you have questions or problems, see an instructor immediately. Lab instructors will be available for a limited amount of tutoring during open lab class time. 5. Lecture notes and study guides for laboratory can be found on Blackboard. These will allow you to prepare in advance for lectures. 6. Students seeking private tutoring help should inquire at the Student Assistance Center in SAC and/or Academic Advising on the Ambler Campus 7. The University Counseling Service in Sullivan Hall conducts many workshops and sessions dealing with mastering learning/acquiring study skills and reducing stress and anxiety, especially test anxiety. You are strongly encouraged to go to the Counseling Center if you feel you could benefit from these services. 8. If you have a learning disability that requires special testing, you need to let your laboratory instructor know as soon as possible. There is a place to notify the laboratory instructor in this document. [Kin1223, Fall 2016 ] 12
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