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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

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

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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
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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

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Episode 140

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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

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Episode 138

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Dancing Organelles & More

Wendy Riggs’s Medal
Timed Tests & Inclusion
Distracting Animations

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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

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Episode 135

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The Uncertainty Effect

A Chat with author
Dr. Michelle Lazarus
How to Survive and Thrive Through the Unexpected

Episode 134

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Anatomical Sciences Education

A Chat with
Dr. Jason Organ

Episode 133

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Teaching & Learning with Aphantasia

A Chat with
Dr. Mindi Fried

Episode 132

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Review a Year. Preview a Year.

Debriefing the Past Year
Reviewing Last Year’s Predictions
Making New Predictions

Episode 131

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Is AI the Beginning or End of Learning?

Chatbots and Artificial Intelligence鈥擨mpacts on Teaching and Learning

Episode 130

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Winter Short

Storytelling is the Heart of Teaching
Actin-Myosin Love Story

Episode 129


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Episode 128

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Winter Short

Nine (or Ten)
Strategies for Learning
the Skeleton

Episode 127

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Winter Short

Golgi Apparatus
Green Pen

Episode 126

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Ten Things We Forget to Tell Students About Cells

A Forest in My Office
My Winter Shorts Are Ready
Peeing Again

Episode 125

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The Pee Episode

Teaching Urinary & Renal Concepts
Why is it so hard?
Song by Greg Crowther

Episode 124

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Anatomy & Physiology:
Combo or Split?

Journal Club with
Dr. Krista Rompolski

Episode 123

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Fonts, Syllabi, and Poop

Promoting Course Culture Beyond the Syllabus
Poop Songs Go Viral
Do Dysfluent Fonts Promote Learning?

Episode 121

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The Poop Episode

Poop Reading
Monitoring Poop for Health
Pushing or Holding Poop
Poop Terminology

Episode 120

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Anatomy & Physiology Syllabus: It’s an Art

Influencing the Course Culture
Illustrating the Syllabus
Inviting Inclusion
Trimming Long Syllabi

Episode 119

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Minding the Mind’s Eye in Slides

Phantasia, Aphantasia, Hyperphantasia
Images and Text in Slides
Feedback on Abortion Misconceptions

Episode 122

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Teaching Human Reproduction

A Chat with
Dr. Margaret Reece
Medical Science Navigator for A&P Students

Episode 118

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Pregnancy & Abortion Misconceptions We can Fix in A&P

Why Address These Concepts?
Concepts & Misconceptions

Episode 117

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Why A锕燩 Faculty Need to Become Students

Olfactory Adaptation
CSF Regulates Memory

Episode 116

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Why Anatomy & Physiology Students Need Sectional Anatomy

Expiration Dates / Deadlines
Slide Tricks (Again)
Book Club: I Am Multitudes
Finding Media

Episode 115

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Are You a Warm Demander?

More Deadlines, Death, & Due Dates
Which Arm for a Booster?
Grow New Auditory Hair Cells
Intestinal Breathing

Episode 114

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Skin’s Microbiome & Other Stories

Revisiting Deadline Leniency
Shoulders and Birth
Missing B Vitamins
Book Club鈥擟lean: The New Science of Skin

Episode 113

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Why Do A&P Students Hate Histology?

How Can We Fix That?
Birding for Tissues
Gamification: Can it make histology learning fun?

Episode 112

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Should We Extend Deadlines?

Scientific models & analogies
Color Codes in Science
Text/Assignment Deadlines

Episode 111

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Digesting Foods and Fads

A Chat with author
Judi Nath
about another of her new books

Episode 110

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Sins Against Science

A Chat with Judi Nath
About Her New Book About
Science Misinformation

Episode 109

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The Inclusive Anatomy & Physiology Course | Part 2

Inclusive office hours
Student interest survey
Invisible challenges
Practice Love

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