Nov 23, 2020
In this episode, we have a chat with Roy Meals, author of Bones: Inside and Out. We discuss what our students should know about bones and how that fits into their journey as learners. And we talk about how to make complex topics make sense to our students. Grab a drink and turn up the volume, we're going to tell some bone stories!
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To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funny bone. (Reba McEntire)
We meet Dr. Roy A. Meals, orthopedic surgeon, educator, and author.
Thanks to listener Dr. David Allard, who started me on the path to connecting with Dr. Meals.
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We chat with Roy Meals about what students should appreciate about bones.
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Telling the story of bone. And stories about bone.
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We wrap up our chat.
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