Our classroom IS our lab, IE: line of microscopes on a back L shaped table that covers two walls (the end comes up right behind my chair so i am smashed like a sardine, LOL) and we have some of those enormous posters of the skeletal and muscular systems, we have a skeleton that they used to put a wig on, a box full of miscellaneous bones in a corner, and another dummy that has organs you can remove. I haven't touched them yet - this week day 1 we just did an overview of what AP is, homeostasis/neg feedback, the hierarchy of complexity and each part, intro to how med terms work, and then your general Atlas A which is your "general" orientation to human anatomy. Basics, directional terms, planes, regions, quadrants, cavities. Day 2 was the scariest day for me, with a ton of biochem and orgochem. Day 3 we did cell form and function which isn't so bad since I can remember Bio review from studying for TEASV, and somehow I retained the 4th day's Genetics content from 10th grade, so that was 13 years ago. Amazing how things stick. Yesterday was Histology and I don't recall much at all, but I was really sick during class, so I will just have to review this weekend. So none of the apps etc are helpful in those *particular* areas.
BUT we get to start the integumentary system on Monday so yay!
P.S. Speed Anatomy is AWESOME!