The A&P Professor podcast (TAPP radio) episodes are made for listening, not reading. This transcript is provided for your convenience, but hey, it’s just not possible to capture the emphasis and dramatic delivery of the audio version. Or the cool theme music. Or laughs and snorts. And because it’s generated by a combo of machine and human transcription, it may not be exactly right. So I strongly recommend listening by clicking the LISTEN button provided.
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The A&P Professor Podcast | Introduction
Do you teach human anatomy and physiology? I do, and if you’re like me, it’s a struggle to keep up with scientific advances. And what about learning science? Am I fully aware of which of the newer teaching strategies work best? How would I know which–if any–to adopt?
Hi, I’m Kevin Patton.
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