Feb 26, 2018
New blood test for concussion.
Why red pens are not ideal for grading and feedback.
Flipped learning isn't as hard as it sounds.
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(1:04) The FDA recently approved a new blood test for concussions. How is the test used and what does it tell us?
Feb 19, 2018
Use concept mapping for student
learning and assessment.
Blood doping is a perennial news topic that helps apply central concepts of A&P.
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(0:48) Blood doping stories related to the 2018 Winter Olympics (or in any context) are effective in helping student students apply and...
Feb 12, 2018
Kevin shares his experience of using cumulative
testing to strengthen long-term learning.
Use video walk-throughs to help students navigate your digital course platforms.
Sometimes other people's genes influence an individual's biological traits.
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(0:50) Things will get...
Feb 6, 2018
Pre-testing is not just for assessment—it
helps learning, too.
A weird sneeze injury.
The Anatomical Society's list of online resources.
How many proteins are there in a cell?
A recent analysis suggests that a reasonable average number of proteins in a cell is 42 million. How might we incorporate that bit of...
Jan 27, 2018
Testing is not just for assessment—tests can be a
primary way to learn.
What's in the new blood pressure guidelines?
Going to the annual HAPS conference?
I encourage all anatomy and/or physiology instructors to attend the 2018 Annual Conference of the Human Anatomy and Physiology in Columbus OH. (0:50)