Freeport Middle School's 8th Grade SSTRIDE Students Dissect Cow Eyes in Mr. Appel's Class
November 14, 2016
Freeport Middle School's 8th grade SSTRIDE Students dissect cow eyes in Mr. Appel's class.
One way to figure out how something works is to look inside it. The cow eye is very similar to the eye of a human. By dissecting and examining the anatomy of a preserved cow eye, the students learn more about how their own eye works.
SSTRIDE stands for: Science Students Together Reaching Instructional Diversity & Excellence.
SSTRIDE© is an outreach effort of the FSU College of Medicine with support from Florida's Area Health Education Centers.
SSTRIDE©'s Mission is to identify students who have a genuine interest in pursuing a career in science, engineering, mathematics, health, or medicine and to give those students the support services important for them to develop the sense of responsibility, focus and motivation necessary for success in their chosen fields. Submitted by Chelsea Ellison.