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TAPP Radio Episode 3Pre-Testing for a Powerful Learning Boost

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Quick Take

0:41 | How many proteins are there in a cell?
4:40  | Web resources recommended by the Anatomical Society (UK).
6:11 | Sneeze injuries.
10:28 | Featured topic: Pre-Testing is a Powerful Boost to Learning.

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1 | Number of Proteins in a Cell

4 minutes

A recent analysis suggests that a reasonable average number of proteins in a cell is 42 million. How might we incorporate that bit of trivia in our A&P courses?

2 | Web Resources Recommended by the Anatomical Society

1.5 minutes

The UK’s Anatomical Society has put together a list of online resources under the auspices of their Education Committee

3 | Sneeze Injuries

4.5 minutes

Can the explosive power of a sneeze cause injury? You bet. Here’s a recently reported case of a rupture of the pharynx. Yikes.

4 | Pre-Testing as a Powerful Boost to Learning

13.5 minutes

Pre-Testing isn’t just for measuring prior competence before new learning starts. By itself, regardless of its use in course assessment, it’s a powerful learning tool. Listen to Kevin’s experience with pre-testing in his A&P courses.

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