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Episode 148

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Blueprints for Learning: Justin Shaffer on Structured A&P Course Design

High vs. Low Structure
Scaffolding Approach
Transparency & Flexibility

Episode 147

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Pulse of Progress: Looking Back, Moving Forward

Annual Debriefing
Reviewing Last Year’s Predictions
New Predictions for Teaching A&P

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Episode 146

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Anatomy of Trust: Promoting Integrity in A&P Education

聽Winter Short (Classic Remix)
Cheating & Plagiarism
Modeling Professional Ethics

Episode 145

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A Tongue Twister’s Guide to Mastering Anatomy Pronunciation

聽Winter Short (Classic Remix)
Why Pronunciation is Important
Variations in Pronunciation

Episode 144

Kenhub Atlas of Human Anatomy

Dissecting the Kenhub Atlas

聽Insights from Editor Mike Pascoe
Diverse Representation
Avoiding Eponyms
Remembering David Allard

Episode 143

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The One Teaching Strategy That Will Fix Your A& P Course

Quantum Microtubules
More info on
A&P 1 Supplement

Episode 142

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Muscle: A Gripping Story

A Lively Chat with Dr. Roy Meals
About His New Muscle Book
Do Muscles Tear When Training?
Will You Drown If You Eat & Swim?

Episode 141

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A&P 1 Supplement

Study Skills Course to Accompany A&P
Personalized, Collaborative Elective
Informal “Game Night” Atmosphere
Proven Effectiveness

Episode 140

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Refresher Course to Prepare for
Anatomy & Physiology
Self-Paced & Personalized
Course Design

Episode 139

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Thinking New Thoughts about the Human Brain

Dendritic Action Potentials (dCaAPs)
Transducer Model of Brain
Core Concepts: Chemical Signaling & Transduction

Episode 138

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Dancing Organelles & More

Wendy Riggs’s Medal
Timed Tests & Inclusion
Distracting Animations

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TIP: If your time is limited, or you are drinking your coffee black, listen to each episode at聽1.5x speed鈥攊f your player or app allows it.聽 That can cut a 30-minute episode down to about 20 minutes.

Episode 137

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Our Teaching Persona in Anatomy & Physiology Class

Transparency & Authenticity
Play & Playfulness

Episode 136

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Deep Elaboration

Tattoo Effects on Sweating
Aural Diversity

Last updated: May 18, 2024 at 14:07 pm

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