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David Powell



classroom welcome 


A little bit about myself! 

I attended Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana for three years before receiving my Bachelor of Science-Teaching in Biology at Minnesota State University- Mankato. (No, Coach did not coach football there!) I also was part of the athletic training program there.  I have a Master of Education in Exercise Physiology from THE University of Texas.  This is my fifteenth year as a teacher/athletic trainer at Holmes and considerably more than that in education all together. 

I AM PROUD TO BE A HOLMES HUSKY!!!!!


Human Anatomy/Physiology

This course is geared for the pre health care professional and will cover the identification and homeostatis of the different systems of the human body.  It will include lectures, group work, and exams. 


Anatomy/Physiology


Science Links

Site Description
Live online science tutoring
An online science tutorial.
Contains reviews and resources to prepare for the TAKS test as well as information about different science topics.
Museum dedicated to electricity
Tutorials, FAQs, and other chemistry related items!
Balancing chem eqns., dim. analysis, and projectile motion.
homework help, explanations using animations and graphics. Very helpful
Why take physics? Why is physics the neglected science?
Math and English standardized test preparation course
Used for study on Math and Science AP exams
Good tutorial on physics topics and concepts with practice exam questions.
PBS: Scientific American New Frontiers. A look at athletics from a scientific perspective.
An interactive journey through modern physics! Have fun learning visually and conceptually about 20th Century science and high-tech devices.
designed to help students learn introductory level, Algebra & Trig based, Physics.
interactive physics

College/Career Links

Site Description
Information on registration and results for the SAT. Information on colleges can also be obtained here.
A select group of 40 colleges that have been determined to have the most impact on their students.
There is where I received my college education!!!! Go Little Giants!
I received my Bachelor's in Science Teaching and my coursework for Athletic Training here. GO Mavericks!
I received my Master's in Education from here. Hook 'Em Horns!

Sports Medicine Links

Site Description
Website sponsored by National Institute of Health and US National Library of Medicine
National Ath. Trainers Assoc.
Southwest Ath. Trainers Assoc.
This is a list of links including health science careers, health care link, libraries, and professional organizations.
Tx State Ath. Trainers Association
Alamo Area Athletic Trainers Association
A variation on the Food Pyramid

Class calendar




Class Announcements

Project Date
8/7/2007

Important Documents

Title Filename Modified
Anatomy and Physiology Policies.pdf 9/22/2012
Anatomy&PhysiologyS&S.pdf 8/22/2010
A Brief History of the Study of.ppt 8/25/2012

Contact Information


Office phone:   397-7044

Email: david.powell@nisd.net



Schedule


7:45 AM - 8:40 Athletic Treatments/Academic Tutoring

8:40-9:38    Athletics

9:44-10:39   Conference

10:45-11:33  Anatomy/Physiology

11:39-12:27  Anatomy/Physiology

12:33-1:21    Athletics 

1:27-2:15     Lunch

2:21-3:11     Athletics  

3:17- 4:05    Athletics

After school: Athletic Practices and/or Games 



Reading


I enjoy reading biographies and history outside of  my professional reading for athletic training and education.  Some of the books that I have read recently are:  Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy and Amazing Grace and Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to End Slavery. Currently, I am reading Walden by Thoreau and The Cost of Discipleship by Bonhoeffer.  I also enjoy John Grisham and Jeffrey Deaver (The Lincoln Rhyme series).  Growing up I enjoyed the Landmark Series of books (biographies).

Ask me about other books I have enjoyed.