Human anatomy is full of structures with tough-to-remember and hard-to-spell names. Students taking Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Dr. Ghanshyam Heda are participating in a group activity in the lab portion of the course to help them learn the names and locations of bones and muscles of the skull.

A blackboard drawing of the bones of the human skull.

These drawings were created collectively by students in Dr. Heda’s human A&P lab.  Each student selects a bone or a muscle of human face and draws and labels it on the blackboard.  For more details on how these images can be created on blackboard simply using colored chalk visit this YouTube link.

A blackboard drawing of human facial muscles.