Jun 7, 2022
Host Kevin Patton talks about why our anatomy & physiology students need to experience and get comfortable with sectional anatomy, Terry Thompson shares some thoughts on deadline terminology—and she gives us a thoughtful book review and recommendation for The A&P Professor Book Club—and we review a few slide tricks.
0:00:00 | Introduction
0:00:50 | Expiration Dates
0:05:02 | Sponsored by AAA
0:06:19 | Slide Tricks (Again)
0:25:15 | Sponsored by HAPI
0:26:28 | Book Club: I Contain Multitudes
0:33:13 | Sponsored by HAPS
0:34:19 | Sectional Anatomy
0:53:45 | Finding Media
0:55:19 | More Sectional Anatomy
1:07:12 | Staying Connected
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Terry Thompson shares her alternate terminology for assignment and test deadlines: expiration dates. She explains the thinking behind her choice and how that may help clarify the situation for students.
★ Should We Extend Deadlines? | Models & Color Codes | TAPP 112 (the espisode that started this discussion)
★ Skin's Microbiome & Other Stories | TAPP 114 (the deadline discussion continues)
★ Are You a Warm Demander? | TAPP 115 (even more about deadlines)
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The spring-summer academic conferences are underway and Kevin is reminded of how we can make our teaching and presentation slides a lot more effective. And he shares a method for virtual conference participants to put slides into their digital notebook or other document.
★ Previous episodes covering slide techniques and tips
★ Some useful books
★ ★ Designing Science Presentations (book by Matt Carter with a lot of useful tips for slide design & content) geni.us/k2pLt8
★ ★ Presentation Zen (book by Garr Reynolds emphasizes simplicity of slide design) geni.us/ZL0QT
★ Tools mentioned in this segment
★ ★ Snagit & Camtasia screen-capture tools: techsmith.pxf.io/9MkPW (we may earn a commission when you purchase through this link)
★ ★ OneNote digital notebook: onenote.com
★ ★ Evernote digital notebook: evernote.com
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Terry Thompson shares her review of a new recommendation for The A&P Professor Book Club from the perspective A&P faculty. It's all about the human microbiome. I need to read this book!
★ Author: Ed Yong
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Interleaving sectional anatomy reviews, applications, and activities throughout the A&P course helps nudge students to a higher level of cognition. At least Kevin thinks so. Here are some thoughts on helping students build their conceptual framework of human anatomy and make the kinds of connections we want them to make. Who knows, one of them may be reading our brain scan some day!
★ Many People Have a Vivid ‘Mind’s Eye,’ While Others Have None at All (New York Times article discusses that scientists are finding new ways to probe two not-so-rare conditions to better understand the links between vision, perception and memory) AandP.info/7fc
Okay, you want to supplement your A&P course with sectional anatomy examples and applications. Where do we find the media to do that? Here are some ideas.
★ Finding Media | Images and More for Teaching Anatomy & Physiology (a curated list of hyperlinked sources)
★ ★ Suggest additional sources! Suggest a Media Source for Teaching A&P
★ American Association for Anatomy's media sources AandP.info/hzt
How about a few practical tips on how to implement a course-long program of interleaving sectional anatomy?
★ National Center for Case Study Teaching (NCCST) in Science (a curated case collection now housed at NSTA) AandP.info/jsz
★ Life Science Teaching Resource Community (LifeSciTRC has many case studies) AandP.info/lifescitrc-org-cd951e
★ HHMI BioInteractive (has case studies that involve sectional anatomy and other activities) AandP.info/foq
★ Using Medical Images to Teach Human Anatomy (excerpts from my 1996 presentation outlining an activity using Gel Mold People to explore sectional anatomy and medical scanning images)
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