This study was conducted in a suburban public high school, which had a connection to the local university, to measure the achievement of dual enrollment senior students using traditional hands-on (THO) cadaveric dissections compared to non-traditional (NT) virtual dissections of the human body. The outcomes of this study may assist multicultural science educators and administrators, students and parents, to understand the importance of THO cadaveric dissections compared to NT virtual dissections tools in learning gross anatomy. Also, noted is the importance of public and higher education collaboration to help bridge the science resource gaps between educational settings.
Pratt, Brandi; Martinez, James 2819511; Suriel, Regina; and Martin, Ellice P.
"Effects Of Human Cadaveric Dissections In High School Biology,"
Journal of Multicultural Affairs: Vol. 2
, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/jma/vol2/iss2/4