Students from Keiser University’s Fort Myers campus Anatomy & Physiology and Advanced Biology had the opportunity to collaborate in the laboratory. This collaboration occurred as a result of faculty’s information sharing and teamwork. Both classes were discussing human systems, specifically the urinary system. To promote an alliance between the classes, Anatomy & Physiology students were given instruction on dissecting and identifying kidney organelles. The classroom was flipped, which provided an opportunity for the Anatomy &Physiology students to teach the biology students what they had learned. 

A&P and BIO Aug. 2015 (2)