Acquire a better knowledge of the body and its inner workings, to be mindful of your health and lifestyle.
for secondary school students through the use
of 100% real anatomical organs
1. The proposal has been co- designed and validated by University and Secondary School teachers, and adapted to the 3er grade of the Secondary School syllabus.
2.Free-to-handle organs will pique the student’s interest and allow them to experience, first-hand, the beauties of anatomy.
3.Digital tools and activities, gamified to more attractively teach about body physiology and healthy habits.
4.STEAM approach easily adapted to multiple subjects and grades. Allows fort collaborative learning in small groups and promotes students’ inclusion.
Digestive, circulatory, respiratory and excretory systems:
- Pig heart
- Pig stomach
- Lamb lung
- Ovine bronchial tree
- Pig kidneys
Used to explore inside the organs and simulate clinical scenarios.
Gives acccess to digital content.
Navigation guide of plastinated organs.
Teaching proposal adapted for Spanish curricular content of 3er grade Secondary School students.
Interactive activities to study physiology and healthy habits: video-tutorials, challenges, gamified contents, self-evaluation tools…
of the plastinated organs
100% anatomically real and ready to handle.
Biological material degrades over time, is messy and is usually preserved in toxic liquids. Plastinated organs can be used in any situation and environment, without gloves or other safety measures!
No more bending over backwards to procure and store biological material for study in Secondary Schools. They can be easily kept and transported in a briefcase!
Pieces do not degrade or break down, they are made of high resilient material. A long-term investment.
Wide selection of animal organs, adapted for syllabus content of Secondary School and Baccalaureate students.
with unique materials
learning with peers
and other art-forms
and creative writing
- “There is nothing quite like having the student see, touch and manipulate a real organ. That moment where they pick it up and go: Ahhh!”
“These materials have helped my 3er year students students get past their disgust and squeamishness, since they can touch and manipulate real organs in class in a safe manner”
“I used this material with visually impaired students, and I was surprised at how meaningful it was for them, as well as how easy it was to provide immediate learning for them”
“Having plastinated organs as a resource for remote learning has opened the door to new ways of teaching”
“I have been able to implement augmented reality activities on these organs”
“For Valentine’s Day, a group of students used plastinated hearts to make a video on the importance of love during teenage years”
Proyecto financiado por la CARM a través del Programa Regional de Apoyo a la Transferencia y Valorización del Conocimiento y el Emprendimiento Científico 2021 de la Fundación Séneca-Agencia de Ciencia y Tecnología de la Región de Murcia.