|1.||Describe and relate the structure and function of the nervous, endocrine, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive and urinary systems to normal physiological processes;|
|2.||Apply the occupational health and safety, environmental, social and cultural responsibilities and regulations while working in a virtual laboratory environment;|
|3.||Develop skills in common experimental techniques, observation, recording of data and critical analysis that enables them to solve scientific problems;|
|4.||Communicate scientific concepts professionally and effectively in various contexts as an individual or in groups; and|
|5.||Develop the ability to access, evaluate, interpret, synthesise and present evidence-based research.|
|Exercise||Team Worksheets x 3 (250 words)||10%|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory Reports x 4 (750 words each)||30%|
|Test||Topic Tests x 3||30%|
|Presentation||Individual Video & Infographic Presentation||30%|
Introduction to the Human Body. 11th ed.
Tortora, G.J., Derrickson, B.H., (2018)
Australia & New Zealand Edition. Wiley
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