Contrary to models students see, cells are busy, crowded, and fascinating places! Invite students to journey from the nucleus to the outer cell membrane with this beautiful watercolor poster by scientist, and artist David Goodsell, PhD example of the immunology of your flu shot. Printed by 3D Molecular Designs. The Panorama© and Grand Panorama© capture students’ imaginations as they:
The Tour of a Human Cell© Grand Panorama measures 23”x11’. The Tour of a Human Cell© Panorama measures 11”x70”. Each laminated cellular poster is sold separately.
Choi Maner | Kohler High School
This is one of my favorite materials to use in my Cells unit. I love that I can show how the different organelles relate to one another in terms of function. This makes it more engaging for the students to see how each organelle is used by the cell to perform a task,such as antibody production, instead of describing the function of the organelle separately. They can also see the many different proteins that work with the organelles to efficiently perform their tasks. My students end up asking more meaningful questions and understanding our unit on cells better. This is highly recommended if you want your students to have a good grasp of cellular processes.
Kelly Mikhail | The Ohio State University
David. Goodsell's illustrations have provided the Aha for many students who struggled to envision a living cell's interactions, flow from one organelle to another, and the cramped nature of the molecular world.