Changing the prevailing idea of the word museum (which is a place to keep the most valuable) and transforming it into an interactive teaching place.
Reducing the use of animals and reducing inhuman practices that violate animal rights.
Interest in obtaining many different means of learning and organizing them inside the museum by regular methods.
Upgrading educational methods and using different learning methods suitable for generations and activating the best methods for students.
Achieving the desired vision of educational alternatives and its ability to confirm direct and rapid communication between academic departments and clinical departments.
Ensuring obtaining better outcomes and distinguished learning outcomes from skilled students.
Ensure points of excellence for educational institutions.
Raising the community's confidence in the veterinarian's ability to develop the community through increasing skills and training based on well-studied and effective foundations that meet the needs of the doctor's profession at the local and global levels.
The unit’s activities depend on producing different types of educational alternatives that depend on the different human senses and it can be used for different educational styles, including:
Using plastic animal models that show the external parts and some parts can be removed and the internal structures identified.
Making colored bones to clarify the parts and names on the bones and some of the areas where some fractures are treated.
Preparing samples of animals or their organs by various methods of preservation, mummification, plastic method or club technique.
Making videos and interactive programs that illustrate animals in three-dimensional technology, which facilitates the delivery of information to students in the event of a deficit in bringing real samples.
Performing surgical simulations for surgical training with the least possible capabilities.
Introducing new methods of veterinary education (in Egypt) based on merging educational units with each other and building a cumulative idea to solve educational problems.
Ability of the student himself to explain the information to the rest of the students, in addition to the academic assistance.
Effective communication with veterinary colleges, animal rights organizations and research centers to replicate the pioneering experience.
El-Shaheed Gamal El-Deen Afify, Oula, Giza District, Giza Governorate