Open Dates:

March 1, 2017
April 5, 2017
May 3, 2016

 


Next Generation
Science Standards

Science and Engineering Practices:
Asking questions
Analyzing and interpreting data
Constructing explanations
Engaging in argument from evidence
Obtaining, evaluating, and
communicating information

Crosscutting Concepts:
Cause and effect
Systems and system models
Structure and function

Disciplinary Core Ideas:
LS1: From molecules to organisms: Structures and processes
Students who demonstrate
understanding can:
HS-LS1-3. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

STEP 1:
 

STEP 2:
HAVE YOUR ORDER # READY FROM YOUR CONFIRMATION EMAIL


STEP 3:

Schedule your date

Learn about flexible scheduling.

 


What you’ll do
-Learn about the autopsy procedure via a multimedia presentation and discussion
-View video footage of an autopsy while the physician narrates the experience live and discusses the case with students.
-Experience a hands on demonstration of autopsy tools and specimens (for groups attending in person).
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Who can attend
The event is currently open for high school groups (grades 9-12). Colleges, universities and professional programs may also inquire.
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Format
Schools groups may attend via a live-feed interactive experience. An in-person experience is in development for 2017.
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Dates and times
Events are held at 10:00 am and run one and half hours. Events are currently held selected Wednesdays. Current dates may be found at our Order Center.
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Flexible scheduling
Once you place your order and receive your Order # in your confirmation email, you may select a date when you are ready at our Order Center. Your Order # for the event is good at any time during the 2016-2017 school year (subject to availability). This provides scheduling flexibility for you and your school.
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How to attend
-Place your order here.
-Find your 9-digit Order # on your confirmation email.
-Go to the Order Center to select the date you would like to attend.
-Enter your Order #.
-Register for the event.
Registration is required at least two weeks before the event. Registration is non-refundable and non-transferable. Registration for any date is subject to availability.
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Supplemental materials
“Live from the Morgue” student booklets are available electronically or by mail prior to the events for an additional fee.
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Open event policy
Any given event may be opened up to a maximum of three in-person and three on-line school groups. Your in-person or on-line event may be joined by classes from other schools.
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Technology requirements
Please be sure to have wired (not wireless) internet service, computer, webcam, sound system, projector and screen at your facility. Detailed instructions will provided upon registration.
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Dry run
You must schedule a technology dry run at least two weeks prior to the event. Failure to schedule your technology dry run at least two weeks in advance will result in cancellation of your event and refund of your payment.
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Cost
The cost for attendance is $300 per group (not including supplemental material) for both in-person and on-line classes. In-person class size is limited to 30. For on-line attendance, there is no restriction on group size.
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Refund policy
The event purchase is non-refundable 24 hours after purchase; and date selections are non-transferable.
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What students are saying:

“…The experience was great. It was great to be able to watch a procedure such as a autopsy and then have commentary from the doctor that actually performed the procedure….It was also great how the doctor involved us by asking us questions and then also by answering all of the questions we had…. – Nina P

“I also thought it was cool when he talked about the pacemaker and the steps that they had to take to make sure that they wouldn’t be shocked. There is definitely a lot of small things they have to think about when performing something so serious!” -Jamie B.

“Our class was small at the time, so there was a great opportunity to talk with the medical examiner and ask personalized questions….[I]t was the first time I was exposed to a situation like the one we saw on screen, and it was a learning experience in and of itself.” -Jiaqi C.


Please feel free to contact Autopsy Center at 855-8-AUTOPSY or through our contact form.