Inspiring a Love of Biology in Today’s Global Classroom

“How do they breathe?”

“How do they eat?”

“How big is a snake’s mouth?”

“What does a brain look like?”

“How long is a frog’s tongue?”

“How does a heart work?”

“Why do we have kidneys?”

Students recently asked these questions and many more while participating in LUV’s Global Doctors: Anatomy after school course at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School in Fairfield, Connecticut. Teacher Nan Van Ryzin explained that children are natural scientists from an early age.