In order to facilitate anatomy teaching and understanding, anatomical models are a good way. With an anatomical model, students can see and know the structures and bodies that the teaching is about. All their minds are activated and in addition, the models facilitate their 3D understanding of the anatomy, which many students often struggle with.
Take, for example, classical teaching about the heart where images and books are often not enough to visualize the actual three-dimensional structure with all flaps, vessels and cavities that quickly become very difficult to overlook. With an anatomical cardiac model that becomes an understanding of the heart's anatomy easier. The pupils are given the opportunity to turn and turn their hearts around until the understanding is in place.