May 17, 2022
We once again revisit deadline extensions, we discuss warm demanders and how they avoid toxic rigor, we discover which arm is best for a vaccine booster, we find out if we can grow new auditory hair cells, we get tips on how to speak more effectively while wearing a mask, and learn about a new discovery about oxygen absorption in the intestines. Can we breathe through our anus? Listen to find out!
00:00 | Introduction
01:02 | Growing New Auditory Hair Cells
06:19 | Mask Talk: Loud, Slow, & Clear
11:17 | Sponsored by AAA
12:21 | Which Arm for That Booster?
15:32 | Intestinal Breathing
19:40 | Sponsored by HAPI
21:03 | Deadlines, Death, and Due Dates
34:31 | Sponsored by HAPS
35:39 | Are You a Warm Demander?
50:08 | Staying Connected
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[Warm demanders] expect a great deal of their students, convince them of their own brilliance, and help them to reach their potential in a disciplined and structured environment. (Lisa Delpit)
An optimistic headline suggesting that we can now cure neural hearing loss turns out to be less than Kevin expected. But still pretty cool. We are poised for a cure!
★ New tool to create hearing cells lost in aging (press release with subtitle, "'We have overcome a major hurdle' to restore hearing") AandP.info/v8i
★ Tbx2 is a master regulator of inner versus outer hair cell differentiation (research article in Nature) AandP.info/md7
As the academic conference season gets into full swing, we may find ourselves trying to communicate while wearing masks. I hope everyone will be wearing masks—except in online conferences. Kevin's experience in trying to hear conversations while hearing-impaired provides a few tips on effective communications while masked.
★ Let's Talk (Kevin's column in The Academic Author about tips on communicating while wearing a mask; Issue 2022:1) AandP.info/b1c
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Which arm is best to get that vaccination booster? New evidence suggests that it's the same arm where you received your primary vaccination. Listen and find out the logic behind this strategy!
★ Recall of B cell memory depends on relative locations of prime and boost immunization (research article in Science Immunology) AandP.info/mf6
★ Revisiting A&P Learning Outcomes | Episode 54 (includes segment on recent research on the best time of day to get vaccinated)
Apparently mammals can absorb oxygen through the intestinal lining. At least that's what recent research shows. This could be a breakthrough for oxygenating blood in patients that cannot be artificially ventilated in other ways. But it's just kinda weird, isn't it?
★ Mammals can breathe through their intestines (news article in Science) AandP.info/ruv
★ Mammalian enteral ventilation ameliorates respiratory failure (research report in Med) AandP.info/7pq
★ "Blowing Smoke Up Your @$$" Used to Be Literal (you're probably better off not reading this because you might feel the urge to tell this story in your class) AandP.info/oo2
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Jerry Anzalone calls in with some thoughts on our previous discussion of extending student deadlines. And he even provides a Word Dissection of the term deadline, which turns out to be deadlier than we thought! Jerry suggests an alternative term (and why we may want one) and Kevin shares another alternative used by his friend Wendy Riggs.
★ Should We Extend Deadlines? | Models & Color Codes | TAPP 112 (episode where I start this conversation)
★ Skin's Microbiome & Other Stories | TAPP 114 (episode where Heather Armbruster shares some stories about deadline extensions)
★ Your 'Deadline' Won't Kill You (article from Merriam-Webster about the origins of the term deadline quoted by Jerry Anzalone in his Word Dissection) AandP.info/ank
★ Creating Community in Online STEM Classes (online presentation by Wendy Riggs; one of her many "must see" presentations) AandP.info/cjm
★ Why deadlines are important (you can link to this blog post in The A&P Student for your own students) AandP.info/why-deadlines-c16997
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Kevin shares a term new to him (but not to others)—warm demander. What is a warm demander? Is it something to avoid or aspire to? How does the term compare to toxic rigor?
★ Becoming a Warm Demander (article from ACSD summarizes some important points) AandP.info/b1j
★ The Teacher as Warm Demander (another good article from ACSD) AandP.info/iql
★ "Multiplication Is for White People": Raising Expectations for Other People's Children (book by Lisa Delpit) geni.us/IvXM0C
★ Humanizing Online STEM (home page of the program Kevin describes in this segment: "Instructor-student relationships are the connective tissue between students, engagement, and learning… face-to-face and online") AandP.info/ue4
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