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When I teach life science, I like to do at least one dissection lab so that students can see how all the organ systems are put together to form the whole organism. Students in the past have really enjoyed getting suited up like a doctor who is about to do surgery. Some queasy students like to just observe the process instead of cutting into the specimen themselves. Other students jump right in and get so excited when they identify an organ correctly! Dissection gives the students a chance to identify all the organs in a hands on manner that will allow them to make connections to their own bodies and how they work.

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When I teach life science, I like to do at least one dissection lab so that students can see how all the organ systems are put together to form the whole organism. Students in the past have really enjoyed getting suited up like a doctor who is about to do surgery. Some queasy students like to just observe the process instead of cutting into the specimen themselves. Other students jump right in and get so excited when they identify an organ correctly! Dissection gives the students a chance to identify all the organs in a hands on manner that will allow them to make connections to their own bodies and how they work.

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