The Bone Collection
A multi-grade, multiple course project designed to enhance the student learning experience through hands-on models and replicas versus traditional use of diagrams and pictures. Students are more engaged and are able to develop deeper understandings when model are available allowing for hands-on interactions. The purpose of this project is to acquire a collection of human bone replicas, including articulated and disarticulated skeletons, so that students will have the opportunity to build stronger understandings of the skeletal system, human anthropology, and bone development through hands-on interactions.
Grant Year: 2012-2013
Grant Recipients: Laurie Rheault
Receiving Schools: Oakmont Regional High School