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Online Homeschool Anatomy Curriculum

This post is sponsored by College Prep Science.

Learning a subject can be extremely hard if you don’t have any knowledge about it, it’s times like this you realise how important a great teacher is. Not only will they make the subject more interesting to learn about but they will teach you in an easier way in order to make you understand the subject in the first place.

Greg Landry taught gross anatomy (cadavers) to pre-med university students for years and he now uses that passion for human anatomy and physiology to teach homeschooled students. And, does he ever have some great stories from the cadaver lab!

Greg Landry’s online Homeschool Anatomy Curriculum Class offers a full year (two-semester) option for 9th – 12th grade homeschooled students, a half school year (one semester) options for 6th – 9th grade homeschooled students and a self-paced option for 3rd-6th grade homeschooled students.

Professor Landry is a former college professor – he designed and ran a gross anatomy lab for junior-level pre-med college students. Over the past 20+ years, he has taught science to thousands of homeschooled students. His students love his online classes that are filled with teaching and stories from the trenches (cadaver tanks) that make anatomy and physiology come to life! The classes cover the anatomy and physiology of all human systems plus the insight that can only come from working with cadavers. His online classes also include time in his virtual anatomy and physiology lab to perform experiments and write lab reports.

Anatomy and physiology is interesting to most students because they’re learning about themselves but it tends to most interesting to students who are leaning towards fields such as: medicine (medical doctor), nursing, athletic training, chiropractic, physician’s assistant, pharmacy, nurse practitioner, exercise science, massage therapy, sports medicine, physical therapy, etc. Professor Landry believes that studying human anatomy and physiology is illuminating God’s Creation and that it reveals His glory.

– Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th-12th) – Two Semester Class
– Pre-Anatomy & Physiology (6th-9th) – One Semester Class
– Young Scientist Anatomy & Physiology (3rd-6th) – One Semester Self-paced

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In the words of a homeschool parent…
“Greg, …what you did for our daughter will have far-reaching effects. You showed her that learning can be enjoyable…”
Thankful in Indiana
Jim H.

Professor Landry also offers homeschool anatomy and physiology/biology in-person two-day lab intensives at 15 locations throughout the U.S. These intensives enable students to complete a full year of anatomy and physiology/biology labs in just two days – while enjoying the process!

​Homeschool dad, scientist, and former college professor, Greg Landry, offers live, online homeschool science classes, Homeschool ACT Prep Bootcamp, the Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast, in-person two-day science lab intensives nationwide, and student-produced homeschool print publications. Sign up for science freebies for homeschool moms and be entered for the monthly giveaway!

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR READING!

xo N

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  1. I am a Chinese junior high student blogger and YouTuber. Unfortunately, my school semester has been delayed and I temporarily need to have online lessons at home.
    This article is very helpful for me for discovering more online curriculums. Thanks for your introduction!

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