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What is Today's Class?

Today's Class is an eLearning resource for the modern classroom. Instructors are able to enroll students in a variety of online courses in which quizzes and final tests are automatically graded and reports can be automatically generated. They are able to monitor the progress of students as they proceed through these courses, which include content ranging from basic theory to advanced services and procedures. Animations and interactive games and procedures ensure that students stay engaged and retain knowledge better, and students proceed through courses at their own pace and are presented with content in manageable sections. This comprehensive approach helps instructors better prepare their students to meet common core requirements for testing while also preparing them for future careers.

engaging.

Engaging
interactive
materials

empowering.

Powerful
management
tools

eLearning.

eLearning,
anytime,
anywhere

Engage Your Students

  • Material is laid out in digestible sections
  • Students may proceed at their own pace
  • Courses include large, detailed images and animations alongside relevant text
  • Interactive animations and games increase knowledge retention
  • Students are introduced to math and science concepts and how they apply in real-world situations
  • Certificates of course completion can be printed as a reward for hard work
  • Scores on high-stakes testing are increased

Manage Your Workload

Our unique Learning Management System (LMS) includes:

  • Student timer to track student activity on each page and test
  • Printable study guides to reduce reliance on expensive textbooks
  • Easy student enrollment
  • Efficient reporting tools
  • Notes feature to personalize a Today’s Class course
  • Lecture Builder Pro to build lectures from thousands of graphics

Connect Your Classroom

Students and instructors are able to access Today’s Class from any computer with an Internet connection. Instructors benefit from:

  • Remote administrative control
  • Significantly reduced lecture time
  • Automatically-graded tests
  • Student progress monitoring
  • Student messaging

Programs

Agriscience

Automotive

Cosmetology

Health Science

Agriscience

Interactive Agriscience Courses

Today's Class Agriscience contains five large courses containing a total of 42 units, covering a broad range of content that provides a solid foundation of both theory and practical knowledge. Students are prepared for Career Development Events as well as professional careers in a wide range of areas including farming, agricultural industry, horticulture, and environmental careers.

Courses contain dozens of interactive animations and games, illustrating such concepts as the history of agriculture, the food web, pest control, and agricultural production. Over 450 pages of downloadable study guides are also included.

Concepts of
Agriscience
Science of
Agricultural
Plants
Science of
Agricultural
Animals
Science of
Agricultural
Environment
Science of
Agricultural
Mechanization

Concepts of Agriscience

Introduction to Agriscience,
Environmental Science,
and Technology
Leadership and
Human Relations
Experiential
Learning (SAE)

Introduction to Agriscience, Environmental Science, and Technology

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the nature of the agricultural and natural resources industry

Competency 2: Examine the relationships between the pure sciences, agriculture, and agriscience

Competency 3: Apply standards of agricultural and natural resources safety practices

Leadership and Human Relations

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Develop life skills for success in the 21st century

Competency 2: Explore the role of the FFA in promoting leadership, personal development, and human relations skills

Competency 3: Examine the concept of leadership

Competency 4: Describe the role of work ethics and values in establishing and building a successful career

Experiential Learning (SAE)

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Plan and implement an experiential learning program

Competency 2: Maintain records and documentation of experiential learning activities, projects, and enterprises

Science of
Agricultural Animals
Science of
Agricultural Plants
Science of
Agricultural Environment
Science of
Agricultural Mechanization

Science of Agricultural Animals

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Explore the animal agriculture industry and enterprises

Competency 2: Investigate the anatomy and physiology of animals

Competency 3: Describe the important elements of digestion and nutrition in animals

Competency 4: Examine the role of genetics and breeding in animal production

Science of Agricultural Plants

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Explore the anatomical and physiological processes of plants

Competency 2: Investigate common methods of plant reproduction

Competency 3: Apply classification methods to plants

Competency 4: Apply principles of plant nutrition

Competency 5: Investigate the chemical properties of soils

Competency 6: Explore basic concepts of pest management

Competency 7: Explore the uses of a greenhouse

Science of Agricultural Environment

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Explore the conservation and preservation of natural resources

Competency 2: Explore principles of wildlife conservation

Competency 3: Explore energy conservation and alternative energy sources

Competency 4: Examine principles of waste management

Competency 5: Explore forest management and production practices

Competency 6: Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of soil as a natural resource

Competency 7: Investigate the use of the land capability classification system

Science of Agricultural Mechanization

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the applications of mechanical technology in agriscience

Competency 2: Explore basic principles of electricity

Competency 3: Explore basic principles of plumbing systems

Science of Agricultural Plants

Introduction to
Agricultural Plants
Experiential
Learning (SAE)
Plant Growth
and Nutrition
Plant Classification
and Physiology

Introduction to Agricultural Plants

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine how plants are used to meet human and environmental needs

Competency 2: Examine plant production enterprises

Competency 3: Explore careers in the plant industry

Competency 4: Observe safety issues related to plant production

Experiential Learning (SAE)

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Plan and implement an experiential learning program

Competency 2: Maintain records and documentation of experiential learning activities, projects, and enterprises

Plant Growth and Nutrition

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the principles of plant growth

Competency 2: Discuss principles of plant nutrition and soil pH

Plant Classification and Physiology

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Explore plant classification and physiology

Competency 2: Investigate plant anatomy

Competency 3: Assess physiological principles of plants

Plant Reproduction
and Propagation
Plant Growing
Structures
Cultural and
Harvesting Practices
Pest
Management
Marketing and
Plant Production

Plant Reproduction and Propagation

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the principles of genetics

Competency 2: Distinguish between sexual and asexual reproduction

Plant Growing Structures

The following competency is addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Describe the use of various plant growing structures and their environmental control systems

Cultural and Harvesting Practices

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine types of growing media

Competency 2: Explore tillage, irrigation practices, harvesting methods, and harvesting timing

Competency 3: Examine sustainable agricultural practices in plant production

Pest Management

Competency 1: Assess the effects of pests on plant production

Competency 2: Examine the concept of plant pest control

Marketing and Plant Production

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine marketing practices in crop and plant production

Competency 2: Explore the economics of plant production

Science of Agricultural Animals

Introduction to
Animal Agriculture
Experiential
Learning (SAE)
Animals as
Living Organisms
Animal Growth
and Nutrition

Introduction to Animal Agriculture

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: The importance of animal agriculture

Competency 2: Issues in animal agriculture

Experiential Learning (SAE)

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Plan and implement an experiential learning program

Competency 2: Maintain records and documentation of experiential learning activities, projects, and enterprises

Animals as Living Organisms

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the characteristics of life and living organisms

Competency 2: Examine the anatomy and physiology of animals

Competency 3: Investigate the importance of heredity and genetics

Animal Growth and Nutrition

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the role of nutrition in animal growth and health at different life stages

Competency 2: Assess the effects of hormones on animal growth

Animal
Reproduction
Animal
Evaluation
Production
Management
Marketing
Companion
Animal Care

Animal Reproduction

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the process of fertilization and conception in animal production

Competency 2: Examine the reproduction process

Competency 3: Examine reproductive methods

Animal Evaluation

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Evaluate market animals

Competency 2: Investigate the selection of breeding animals

Production Management

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine basic concepts of animal health to include disease prevention, control, and treatment

Competency 2: Examine the role of pathogens in animal health

Marketing

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Identify and describe facility and equipment needs, and develop a production management plan for various animal enterprises

Competency 2: Analyze marketing practices for animals and livestock products

Companion Animal Care

The following competency is addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the types, care, and management of companion and service animals

Science of Agricultural Environment

Introduction to the
Science of
Agricultural Environment
Experiential
Learning (SAE)
Living Organisms
and Ecology
Land and Soil
Management
Water Quality
Management

Introduction to the Science of Agricultural Environment

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the environment and how it is affected by human and agricultural activities

Competency 2: Analyze issues affecting the global environment and how these relate to agriculture

Competency 3: Demonstrate career and leadership skills required for employment in the environmental and natural resources industry

Competency 4: Identify general safety precautions for the laboratory and field

Experiential Learning (SAE)

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Plan and implement an experiential learning program

Competency 2: Maintain records and documentation of experiential learning activities, projects, and enterprises

Living Organisms and Ecology

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Investigate the role of living organisms in the environment

Competency 2: Examine relationships of living organisms and the environment

Competency 3: Discuss the impact of agricultural pests and pest control measures on the environment

Competency 4: Examine principles of ecology as related to environmental quality

Competency 5: Identify ecological diversity in agricultural and wildlife ecosystems

Land and Soil Management

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the process of planning for urban and rural land use

Competency 2: Apply principles of soil and land management and use

Competency 3: Assess the impact of agricultural, horticultural, and forestry practices on land and soil

Water Quality Management

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Explore concepts of water usage and quality

Competency 2: Describe important water management practices

Competency 3: Describe how wastewater is treated to maintain water quality

The Atmosphere and
Environmental Quality
Forestry and
the Environment
Wildlife and
the Environment
Environmental
Stewardship
Issues in the
Global Environment

The Atmosphere and Environmental Quality

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the relationship of the atmosphere to the earth’s environment

Competency 2: Use weather and climate information in making decisions about the environment

Competency 3: Assess air quality and identify sources of air pollution

Forestry and the Environment

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine basic principles of forest dendrology and mensuration

Competency 2: Discuss the relationship of forestry to environmental quality and economic development

Wildlife and the Environment

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine the relationship of wildlife well-being to environmental quality

Competency 2: Investigate approaches in protecting and managing wildlife species

Environmental Stewardship

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Discuss concepts of sustainable agriculture

Competency 2: Explore the services of agencies and organizations that protect and maintain the environment

Competency 3: Use appropriate procedures for management and disposal of solid waste

Issues in the Global Environment

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Analyze issues related to the global environment

Competency 2: Analyze issues that affect the global environment

Competency 3: Investigate the design of alternative futures

Science of Agricultural Mechanization

Introduction to
Agricultural Mechanization
Management and Operation
of Agricultural Equipment
Analyzing Electrical and
Electronic Systems

Introduction to Agricultural Mechanization

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Investigate the role of mechanical technology in agriculture

Competency 2: Identify science applications in agricultural mechanization technology

Competency 3: Demonstrate career and leadership skills required for employment in the agricultural mechanization industry

Competency 4: Identify safety precautions and equipment for the work site and school laboratory

Management and Operation of Agricultural Equipment

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Examine concepts of machinery management and maintenance

Competency 2: Operate mechanized equipment in a safe and proper manner

Competency 3: Describe and perform principles of preventive maintenance

Competency 4: Perform preventive maintenance services

Competency 5: Apply principles of engine diagnostics and testing

Analyzing Electrical and Electronic Systems

The following competency is addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Describe and apply the use of electronic components and systems in agricultural equipment

Using Hydraulic and
Pneumatic Systems
Principles of Internal
Combustion Engines
Principles of
Metal Fabrication
(Arc Welding)
Principles of
Metal Fabrication
(Oxyacetylene Cutting Operations)

Using Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Apply principles of hydraulics

Competency 2: Apply principles of pneumatics

Principles of Internal Combustion Engines

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Describe the functions and operations of major systems of a small gasoline engine

Competency 2: Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble a small gasoline engine

Principles of Metal Fabrication (Arc Welding)

The following competencies are addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Describe the basic equipment, operations, and procedures, including safety precautions, of arc welding

Competency 2: Perform arc welding techniques

Principles of Metal Fabrication (Oxyacetylene Cutting Operations)

The following competency is addressed in this unit:

Competency 1: Describe and demonstrate principles of oxyfuel cutting procedures

Automotive

Award-Winning Automotive Education

Today's Class provides full NATEF Maintenance and Light Repair curriculum. All MLR NATEF job sheets are provided in PDF format with answer fields that can be filled out electronically, saving paper, ink, and time. General courses include instruction for all eight ASE certification areas as well as a variety of courses to enhance students' knowledge of science and diagnostics.

Courses include interactive meters to teach students how to test a variety of circuits and circuit components without damaging valuable equipment. Animations show the internal operation of components along with concepts that could not otherwise be shown. There are also over 800 pages of downloadable text materials (study guides) to help prepare students for testing.

Instructors also gain free access to Melior Online, provided by Melior, Inc., the ASE-Certified Training Provider that powers Today's Class. Melior Online allows instructors to gain certification hours for passing online courses.

Maintenance and Light Repair

Service and
Safety
Brakes
Drivetrain

Service and Safety

Covers basic information concerning careers, tools and equipment, service information, and customer interaction. Also discusses OSHA and EPA issues in relation to the automotive workplace, including fire safety, waste cleanup and disposal, chemical handling, and personal protective equipment.

Brakes

This course covers brake systems and components, hydraulics, master cylinders, balance control systems, ABS systems, and a variety of step-by-step brakes procedures. It explores many areas, including fluid exchange, bleeding, diagnosis, conducting micrometer readings, troubleshooting, changing pads, machining drums, installing wheel and tire assemblies, testing brake lights, and performing break-in procedures, with interactive animations providing demonstration.

Drivetrain

Covers types of manual and automatic drivetrains including components and operating principles of transaxles, clutches, driveshafts, differentials, and planetary gearsets, and includes procedures for inspection, testing, and repair.

Electrical
Engines
HVAC
Steering and
Suspension

Electrical

Discusses electrical properties and circuitry, the function and operation of various battery types, explores voltage and current measurement, Ohm's law, power, magnetism, charging, testing, voltage drop, and the use of diagnostic tools. Includes a variety of animations covering series, parallel, and series-parallel circuitry and how electrical components such as fuses, relays, capacitors, and solenoids work.

Engines

Explores engine classifications, construction, and operation, diagnostic tools, the performance of cooling, lubrication, computer, and fuel systems as well as removal and installation guidelines and the diagnosis and repair of cylinder heads, valve trains, and engine blocks.

HVAC

Introduces the components and operation of the HVAC system, identifies common refrigerants and principals of refrigeration, and explores system diagnosis and service with an emphasis on electrical aspects.

Steering and Suspension

Identifies components and operation principles of front and rear steering and suspension systems, and includes such topics as diagnosis, inspection, repair, and wheel alignment.

General Courses

Advanced
Electronics I
Advanced
Electronics II
Alternate
Fuels and
Hybrid Vehicles
Automatic
Transmission
Automotive
Brakes

Advanced Electronics I

Provides students with a detailed understanding of the comcepts and applications of automotive electronics. Interactive excercises recreate analog and digital signals, pulse-width modulation, actuators, and input/output devices.

Advanced Electronics II

Expands upon the concepts and applications introduced in the first Advanced Electronics module, including input/output devices, automotive wiring, connector repair, and virtual DMM measurements.

Alternate Fuels and Hybrid Vehicles

Introduces emergine automotive technologies and energy sources, including hybrid and electric vehicles, fuel cell systems, and liquid, gaseous, and synthetic alternate fuels.

Automatic Transmission

Explores the automatic transmission in great depth and detail, from basic types of transaxles and the operation of planetary gearsets to inspection, testing, and repair, with a fully interactive animation showing powerflow in a variety of different gears.

Automotive Brakes

Covers brake systems and components, hydraulics, master cylinders, balance control systems, ABS systems, and a variety of step-by-step brakes procedures. It explores many areas, including fluid exchange, bleeding, diagnosis, conducting micrometer readings, troubleshooting, changing pads, and machining drums, with interactive animations providing demonstration.

Automotive
Computer System
Diagnostics
Automotive
Service
Batteries,
Starting,
and Charging
Electrical
Circuits and
Meters I
Electrical
Circuits and
Meters II

Automotive Computer System Diagnostics

Covers the features and operation of a scan tool, with a simulated scanner that allows students to input data, use graphing features, troubleshoot, and read codes.

Automotive Service

Covers basic information concerning careers, tools and equipment, service information, and electrical and brakes fundamentals.

Batteries, Starting, and Charging

Discusses the function and operation of various battery types and explores charging, testing, voltage drop, and the use of diagnostic tools.

Electrical Circuits and Meters I

Covers electrical properties, circuitry, and virtual DMM setup and usage.

Electrical Circuits and Meters II

Continues coverage of voltage and current measurement, Ohm's law, and power and magnetism.

Electrical
Circuits and
Meters III
Emissions
Engine
Performance
Engine
Repair
General
Chemistry

Electrical Circuits and Meters III

Covers series, parallel, and series-parallel circuitry, schematic interpretation, fuses, relays, capacitors, solenoids, and more.

Emissions

Identifies emissions, automotive pollutants, and emission control systems and their components (PCV, EVAP, ORVR, and EGR systems).

Engine Performance

Details engine classifications, construction and operation, diagnostic tools, and the performance of cooling, lubrication, computer, and fuel systems.

Engine Repair

Covers engine components, classfications, and design operations as well as engine construction and assembly, removal and installation guidelines, and the diagnosis and repair of cylinder heads, valve trains, and engine blocks.

General Chemistry

Presents the theory of chemistry and its real-world applications, including many chemical products that can be found in households and automotive shops.

HVAC
Manual
Drivetrain
and Axles
Personal and
Professional
Development
Shop
Safety
Steering and
Suspension

HVAC

Introduces the components and operation of the HVAC system, identifies common refrigerants and principals of refrigeration, and promotes effective system diagnosis, service, and maintenance.

Manual Drivetrain and Axles

Covers the components and operating principles of the manual drivetrain, transaxle, clutch, driveshaft, and differential, as well as applicable diagnosis and service procedures.

Personal and Professional Development

This course prepares students for balancing life at home and life in the shop by exploring key elements of psychological health, physical health, career management, and human relations.

Shop Safety

Covers OSHA and EPA issues in relation to the automotive workplace, including fire safety, waste cleanup and disposal, chemical handling, and personal protective equipment.

Steering and Suspension

Identifies components and operation principles of front and rear steering and suspension systems as well as diagnosis, inspection and repair, and wheel alignment topics.

Cosmetology

Comprehensive Cosmetology Instruction

The Today's Class Cosmetology program begins with a foundation of science fundamentals and professional skills before expanding into more specialized modules. Each course contains vivid illustrations and detailed procedures, and over 500 pages of study guides are available for electronic download to help prepare students for state board exams.

Because great emphasis is placed on state board exams, testing is crucial for cosmetology students. A unique assessment builder lets instructors build tests out of questions from multiple courses, letting them customize tests to help prepare students in areas they may be weakest in.

Anatomy &
Physiology
Braiding,
Wigs &
Hair Additions
Chemical
Texturizing
Chemistry
Electricity

Anatomy & Physiology

Introduces the basics of anatomy and physiology by exploring the systems of the body and introducing the cells, tissues, and organs that they are composed of.

Braiding, Wigs & Hair Additions

Explores braiding, wigs, hairpieces, and hair additions, including details concerning wig construction and methods of putting them on, cleaning them, cutting them, and styling them.

Chemical Texturizing

Explores the chemicals and procedures used in permanent waving, chemical relaxing, and curl reforming.

Chemistry

Presents the theory of chemistry and its real-world applications, including many chemical products that can be found in households as well as chemicals found in a variety of cosmetics.

Electricity

Presents the theory of electricity and light and their real-world applications in the salon and other cosmetology-related settings, from basic uses to electrotherapy.

Employability &
Salon
Ownership
Esthetician I
Esthetician II
Hair
Coloring
Hair
Design

Employability & Salon Ownership

Addresses the career challenges that await students after graduation, including board certification, securing and maintaining a job, and salon ownership.

Esthetician I

Introduces the physiology of the skin, associated diseases and disorders, esthetician-specific skin-care topics, hair removal, and makeup application.

Esthetician II

Introduces cosmetic products and the chemistry of cosmetics, esthetician supplies and equipment, advanced esthetician machines and services, and medical esthetics.

Hair Coloring

Introduces color theory, types of haircolor and procedures for their application, and hair lightening and special effects haircoloring techniques.

Hair Design

Examines the theory of hair design: both the principles that design is guided by and the elements that contribute to it.

Haircutting
Hairstyling
Infection
Control &
First Aid
Nail
Technician
Personal &
Professional
Development
Trichology

Haircutting

Introduces the concepts and techniques used in hair cutting as well as an array of the most common haircut procedures.

Hairstyling

Introduces the concepts, techniques, and procedures used in wet, thermal, and long-hair styling.

Infection Control & First Aid

Identifies the pathogens responsible for salon infection and promotes safe methods of decontamination, standard precautions, and first aid response.

Nail Technician

Explores aspects of the integumentary system, the anatomy and pathology of the human nail, and service procedures like manicures, pedicures, wax and oil treatments, gels and nail wraps, and unique art techniques.

Personal & Professional Development

Prepares students for balancing their home life with their life as a professional in the field of cosmetology by exploring elements of psychological health, physical health, career management, and human relations.

Trichology

Examines the physiology of hair and the scalp, the diseases and disorders that affect them, and their proper care.

Health Science

Broad-Based Health Science Curriculum

Today's Class Health Science courses illuminate key healthcare concepts through interactive exercises and animations of body functions that could not otherwise be seen with video or images. The main and accessory structures of each body system along with related diseases and disorders are presented in great detail. Course content includes not only anatomy but also a variety of ancillary topics ranging from ethical, legal, scientific, and mathematical concepts to vital signs, infection control, and terminology.

Study guides amounting to more than 300 illustrated pages are available for download, helping students gain a greater understanding of health science as they prepare for a wide variety of career paths.

Medical
Math
Medical
Terminology
Introduction to
Anatomy &
Physiology
Chemistry
Ethical &
Legal
Responsibilities
Healthcare
Safety

Medical Math

Introduces concepts including basic math, calculations, measurement systems, medication measurements, temperature and time calculations, and interpreting graphs and charts.

Medical Terminology

Introduces the theory and application of medical terminology including word parts, medical abbreviations, and anatomical reference terminology, and contains hundreds of terms sorted by body system.

Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology

Introduces the basics of anatomy and physiology by exploring the systems of the body, introducing the cells, tissues, and organs that they are composed of, and revealing the basic functions and how the structures interact with each other.

Chemistry

Presents the theory of chemistry and its real-world applications, including many of the more common chemical products that can be found in households and health care facilities.

Ethical & Legal Responsibilities

Introduces many of the ethical issues and legal tenets affecting those working in the healthcare industry.

Healthcare Safety

Covers OSHA safety and health topics relevant to the nursing and healthcare workplace, including physical, chemical, and biological threats.

Personal &
Professional
Development
The
Circulatory
System
The
Digestive
System
The
Endocrine
System
The
Integumentary
System
The
Muscular
System

Personal & Professional Development

Prepares students for balancing their home life with their life as a health care professional by exploring elements of psychological health, physical health, career management, and human relations.

The Circulatory System

Introduces the structures and functions of the circulatory system, the components of blood, the paths of pulmonary and systemic circulation, and common disorders of the system.

The Digestive System

Introduces the major structures and functions of the digestive system, their roles in the digestion process, and the system's most common diseases and disorders.

The Endocrine System

Introduces the structures of the endocrine system, identifies major hormones and their functions, and addresses the system's common diseases and disorders.

The Integumentary System

Introduces the components and functions of the integumentary system - including the skin's layers and its accessory structures - and addresses its common diseases and disorders.

The Muscular System

Introduces the muscular system's functions and anatomy, identifying its major components and detailing its contractions, types of movement, and common diseases and disorders.

The
Nervous
System
The
Reproductive
System
The
Respiratory
System
The
Skeletal
System
The
Urinary
System
Vital Signs &
Basic
Emergency

The Nervous System

Identifies the major structures and components of the nervous system and introduces the roles each play in nerve impulse transmission. Additionally, the protocol for neurological exams is discussed, as are the most common diseases.

The Reproductive System

Introduces the structures and functions of both the male and female reproductive systems, identifies the roles each play in the act of reproduction, and addresses the systems' common diseases and disorders.

The Respiratory System

Introduces the respiratory system's major structures and their roles in the phases of respiration, common disorders and diseases of the respiratory system, and general examination protocols for respiratory ailments.

The Skeletal System

Introduces the skeletal system's functions and anatomy, identifies its bones and joints, and explores its most common diseases and disorders.

The Urinary System

Introduces the components of the urinary tract, examines how filtration maintains homeostasis in the body, and identifies the system's most common diseases and disorders.

Vital Signs & Basic Emergency

Examines the four primary vital signs, explains methods for measuring them, and provides a basic introduction to the first aid protocol for a variety of emergency situations.

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