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Anatomy and Physiology Learning in the 21st century
Here are some free resources that may help you get to grips with learning your anatomy and physiology.
BBC GSCE Bitesize – GCSE revision guide
BBC Learning – links to various revision guides and other information
Exercise Physiology– Basic physiology
Heart & Circulation – Basic animations
Ken Hub anatomy : good series of videos breaking anatomy down into sections.
TES – Teaching resources under all topics for all ages (you need to register for free)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology – College level courses from Biology to weightlifting
UC Berkeley – Biology video series 39 videos
Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Introduction to Biology series 34 videos
There are more ways to learn than going to University.
There are many ways to learn, and paying £30,000 to sit in a lecture hall with 200 other students 6 hours a week, for 90 weeks total may be a bit too much to swallow.
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20 Feb 2019
Athletic Development Coach Venue: WILLAND Date: Wednesday 20th February. Time 0900-1630. Booking deadline Friday 8 February Is the ‘Athletic Development Coach’ course for me? This particular course is for our junior members to attend. If you are interested in attending please contact Carly. What will I learn? Course Goals and Objectives Candidates will be expected […]