Anatomy & Physiology


The Anatomy & Physiology course is designed for students to conduct laboratory and field investigations, use scientific methods during investigations, and make informed decisions using critical thinking and scientific problem solving. Students in Anatomy and Physiology will study a variety of topics, including the structure and function of the human body and the interaction of body systems for maintaining homeostasis.

ico_totallessons.svg Total Lessons 34
ico_gradelevel.svg Grade Level 10-12
ico_projact.svg Projects & Activities 353
ico_assessments.svg Assessments 132

SAMPLE LESSON | Homeostasis

Each lesson includes media-rich presentations, a pre-made lesson plan, assessments and engaging real-world projects and activities. To get an idea of what iCEV offers, explore the sample lesson and resources below.


  • Mathematics in Health Science
  • Scientific Procedures & Safety  
  • Scientific Reasoning & Problem Solving
  • Health Science Safety & Regulations
  • Health Science Equipment
  • Emerging Technologies in Health Science
  • The Human Cell
  • Homeostasis
  • Body Systems: Disease, Trauma & Congenital Defects
  • Body Systems: Environmental Factors
  • Basic Anatomy & Physiology
  • Digestive System
  • The Human Body: Digestive System
  • Body Systems: Energy   
  • Circulatory & Respiratory Systems
  • The Human Body: The Circulatory System
  • The Human Body: The Respiratory System
  • Nervous, Skeletal & Muscular Systems
  • The Human Body: The Nervous System & Special Senses    
  • Body Systems: Electrical Conduction Processes & Interactions        
  • The Human Body: Skeletal System      
  • The Human Body: The Muscular System
  • Principles of Body Mechanics   
  • Endocrine, Immune & Integumentary Systems
  • The Human Body: The Integumentary System
  • The Human Body: Immune System     
  • The Human Body: The Urinary System
  • The Human Body: The Reproductive System
  • The Human Body: How Systems Work Together
  • Human Development: Fetal & Infant   
  • Human Development: Toddlers, Preschoolers & School Age Children  
  • Human Development: The Adolescent Male
  • Human Development: The Adolescent Female
  • Human Development: Adulthood