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The A&P Professor podcast (TAPP Radio) is hosted by A&P professor, author, and blogger Dr. Kevin Patton.

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Episode 18

Coming 5/26

contour drawing

Contour Drawing Helps Students Learn Anatomy

Interview with Paul Krieger

Bonus Episode

Kevin's Guide

Kevin’s Unofficial Guide to the HAPS Annual Conference

Hint: You Do NOT Need a Guide!

Episode 17

course review

End-of-Term Reviews Help Keep Your Course on Track

Mamillary or mammillary?

spaced retrieval practice
learning styels

Episode 16

apoptosis

How Do YOU Pronounce It?

News & Notes
The A&P Student

Episode 15

Romeo & Juliet

Actin & Myosin – A Love Story

Why is the Golgi shaped so weird?
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Kevin's Law

Episode 14

brain drawing

Are Learning Styles Real? Why or Why Not?

Adult brains CAN grow neurons
See you at HAPS 2018?

Test Debriefing Boosts Student Learning

Episode 13

playfulness

Playful & Serious Is the Perfect Combo for A&P

Meatus is a weird word
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Episode 12

Storyteller

Storytelling is the Heart of Teaching A&P

Microglia nibble synapses
5 strategies for long-term learning
Telling the story of the human body 

Episode 11

Students

Debriefing After Each Test

Has a new organ been discovered?

Episode 10

skull

Nine Super Strategies for Teaching the Skeleton

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Free media from the NSF

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Episode 9

returning learners

Supporting Returning Learners

Peripersonal Neurons
Daily Headlines for A&P Teachers

Episode 8

concept list

Running Concept Lists Help Students Make Connections

Neurogenesis in adult brains
Cells hate calcium
Your take on things

Episode 7

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Teaching For Long-Term Learning

Hot Mitochondria
Secrets of the Campus Cadavers

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Episode 6

viewing a preview presentation

Give Your Course a Half Flip with a Twist

New blood test for concussions
Color of pens used for grading

Episode 4

taking an exam

Cumulative Testing Makes Learning Last

Genetics update: nature of nurture
Short video walk-throughs

teaching the skeleton
Running Concept Lists

Episode 3

taking an online test

Pre-Testing for a Power Learning Boost

How many proteins are in a cell?
Online resources curated by the Anatomical Society
Sneeze injuries

Episode 2

Online testing

Testing as a Teaching Strategy:
Students Learn From Tests

HAPS Annual Conference
New high blood pressure guidelines

Episode 1

retrieval practice

Why Spaced Retrieval Practice is Your Most Powerful Teaching and Learning Tool

Intro to Kevin and his podcast
Immune function of platelets
HAPS Central Regional Conference

storytelling
playful and serious

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Last updated: May 21, 2018 at 20:05 pm