0:42 | Adam Rich Asks About Student Feedback
10:32 | New Type of Vessel in Bones
14:17 | Big Ideas: Content Updates & Applications
20:15 | Big Ideas: This Podcast
20:45 | Big Ideas: Featured Ideas of the Year
29:45 | Big Ideas: Wrapping Up the Year
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The big ideas are usually simple ideas. (David Ogilvy)
1 | Adam Rich Calls In
Kevin responds to a call from Adam Rich of SUNY Brockport regarding giving students feedback/corrected responses in online tests.
- Spaced Retrieval Practice | Episode 1
- Test Debriefing Boosts Student Learning | Episode 11
- Test Frequency in the A&P Course | Episode 33
- Long Term Learning | Five Strategies for Teaching A&P
- Testing as Teaching
2 | New Type of Vessel in Bones
Scientists have discovered a system of small vessels that cross every part of a bone’s cortical layers to supply most of the bone’s blood—over 80% of the arterial supply and 59% of venous drainage. The proposed name is trans-cortical vessels (TCVs).
- We’ve discovered a new type of blood vessel in our bones (brief article summarizing the discovery) my-ap.us/2B6tHce
- A network of trans-cortical capillaries as mainstay for blood circulation in long bones (full research article) my-ap.us/2B6ttSq
- Video (gif) showing a virtual trip through a TCV my-ap.us/2B6XX6H
3 | Big Year: Content Updates & Applications
This year brought many content updates and brief teaching snippets, from using green pens for grading to the role of platelets in immunity. Too many to mention, but Kevin gives his best shot at listing some of those that seem to be most memorable.
4 | Big Year: Evolution of This Podcast
What are show notes and how do they differ from the episode page? How best to listen and share? What’s the episode list (theAPprofessor.org/podlist)? Preview episodes! And a word about our sponsors:
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5 | Big Year: The Big Ideas of the Past Year
Each full episode usually has a “featured topic.” This segment reviews some of the major topics and themes that emerged during the first year of the podcast. From caring-empathy-compassion to integrity to storytelling, and from testing-as-teaching to elephant skin to learning science, a lot was covered! And what about those guest interviews–the Learning Scientists, media expert Barbara Waxer, anatomy educator Aaron Fried, and artist-professor Paul Krieger? And let’s not forget those “lucky numbers”!
5 | Big Year: Wrapping Up
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Preview of Episode 37
Host Kevin Patton previews the content of the upcoming full episode, which features a discussion of the last best story in teaching A&P, including two stories now “in flux”. There’s more… some word dissections and recommendations from The A&P Professor Book Club.
- A point about test feedback from listener Krista Rompolski
- The anatomical compass in teaching anatomy
- An update in hematopoiesis
- How “the last best story” helps students understand the nature of science
- Hematopoietic stem cell (HSC)
Last updated: March 6, 2019 at 19:30 pm