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Anatomizing the Human Body in the Training Elementary School: Experience Report of the University Extension of Undergraduate Nursing Students

Vinicius Do Carmo Borges Silva*, Dathynara Da Silva Alves, Brenda Rainara Pereira Da Silva, Júlia Maria De Jesus Sousa, Luisa Chrisdayla Macêdo Santos, Gleibson Moura Ferreira, Giovanna De Oliveira Libório Dourado, Lílian Machado Vilarinho De Morae and Jailson Alberto Rodrigues

Background: Human anatomy is the science that studies the shape of the human body, being charged with naming and describing its constituent structures at the macro level and Microscopic. The view of This, the project "anatomizing" The human body and its functioning in the process of training in elementary education seeks to contribute in the elaboration of teaching plans, selection of materials and approach of themes to be, possibly, used in all room. Methods: The workshops performed by the students of the nursing course of the Federal University of Piauí occurred during the times of the discipline teaching of sciences/biology of a municipal school of Floriano-Piauí. Were used Resources as data-Shows, Bookcases illustrative elaborated by the project members and macro anatomical molds for the realization of the project. Yet, the Students visited the Lab of Macroscopic and Microscopy Human Anatomy of CAFS. Findings and Conclusion: Dynamics performed during the workshops showed that after the end of the project the students expressed a great obtaining of the knowledge addressed during the interactive class and interest in higher education focused on the area of Cheers.