Sep 30, 2019
Host Kevin Patton summarizes many strategies from learning science that can amplify learning in our courses. Also, updates in the role of exosomes in the spread of cancer and how activity type affects the shape of our heart.
00:48 | Jargon: Show Notes & Episode Pages
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07:01 | Role of Exosomes in...
Sep 25, 2019
A brief preview of the upcoming full episode 53, featuring upcoming topics that include tips for amplifying learning in the A&P course, updates regarding the role of exosomes in the spread of cancer and how heart shape relates to human activity.
There's more... some word dissections and Kevin's recommendation for The...
Sep 16, 2019
Host Kevin Patton discusses the many ways case studies can be used in teaching, why they enhance learning, and where to find them. Also, updates in factors underlying left-handedness, functional maps of the brain, and reversing biological age, plus some tips on responding to student questions.
Sep 11, 2019
A brief preview of the upcoming full episode 52, featuring upcoming topics that include case studies, brain mapping, age reversal, left-handedness and tips for answering student questions.
There's more... some word dissections and Kevin's recommendation for The A&P Professor Book Club.
If you cannot see or activate...
Sep 2, 2019
Host Kevin Patton asks why we should be transparent in our course and elsewhere. Plus an update on AAA's recent rebranding, how the tongue can smell, tips on serving students better, and updates on brain cells.
00:43 | Smell and
02:18 | Old Gray Coat (Service to Students)
10:08 | Sponsored by HAPS