Resources to demonstrate the structure of the heart both in 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional view.
4 resources in this Learning Path
Excellent animation of the human heart in 2D interactive and 3D rotate and zoom.In the 3D rotate and zoom view, students can rotate the body to view the heart from front, back, side and underneath. The 2D interactive enables students to click on the different parts of the heart to read and learn about their function within the heart and circulatory system.View full description
A stylish video animation illustrating the complexity of the human body through rotating the body and visualising the inside organs and systems working together to support the human organism.View full description
An animation which always viewers to see organs from all aspects. Students typically see a rigid 2D image of the organ locations in textbooks. This animation enables students to now view the 3D image of organs from all angles. Students are able to examine the parts of the body more deeply and visually closely.View full description
Strand: 5. Biological Science
Strand unit: 4. Human Organs & Systems
Suggestions for use: Set groups specific organs to examine using the animation. Groups feedback observations to the class.
Key Skills: Managing Information and Thinking Working with Others Numeracy Managing Myself
Hybrid medical animations have a life like animation of the human heart on their website. The camera moves around the beating heart to show multiple views.View full description
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend that you upgrade to a newer version or other web browser.
To register for a Scoilnet Account you will need to have a Teaching Council number and a roll number for your school in Ireland.
If you already have a Scoilnet Account then you can sign in here.
A Scoilnet account will allow you to upload your resources or weblinks to Scoilnet as well as enabling you to share and add resources to a favourites listing. Users who have a Scoilnet Account will also be able to fully access Scoilnet Maps and Census@School from home.
You need to login before you can add this resource to a Learning PathLogin