Second of three episodes about flashcards reveals more behind the use of this tool for learning anatomy & physiology. The term pseudogene may cause problems. A junk-DNA analogy. Bonus track: Delta Wave Radio Hour.
08:10 | Sponsored by AAA
08:49 | Pseudogene Analogy
12:35 | Sponsored by HAPI
13:18 | Need Some Sleep?
18:20 | Sponsored by HAPS
19:08 | Flashcards Again
28:16 | Survey Says...
29:21 | Flashcard Learning Tricks
43:05 | More Flashcards
34:31 | Staying Connected
46:26 | Delta Wave Radio Hour (BONUS)
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Are we doing our students the best service by emphasizing the classic definition of a pseudogene as a gene "without function?" Discuss.
- Pseudogene word dissection found in Preview Episode 59
- Overcoming challenges and dogmas to understand the functions of pseudogenes (journal perspective article from Nature Reviews Genetics) my-ap.us/2PMX3DW
- A pseudogene structure in 5S DNA of Xenopus laevis (research article in Cell using "pseudogene" for the first time) my-ap.us/2ZfqW2R
- Pseudogene use history in books (from Google Ngram Viewer) my-ap.us/2Q6UdJ7
- Improbable Destinies: Fate, Chance, and the Future of Evolution by Jonathan B. Losos
Sponsored by AAA0.5 minutes
- A searchable transcript for this episode, as well as the captioned audiogram of this episode, are sponsored by the American Association for Anatomy (AAA) at anatomy.org.
Pseudogene Analogy3.5 minutes
- Junk DNA, or pseudogenes, is a rather abstract concept for beginning learners, so perhaps an analogy is in order.
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Need Some Sleep?5 minutes
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Sponsored by HAPS1 minute
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Flashcards Again9 minutes
- Part of our role as teachers is to be learning therapists who help our students diagnose barriers to learning and then develop effective treatment plans to become better learners.
- Flashcards: Hidden Powers | Episode 58
Survey Says...1 minute
- Please take about 5 minutes to answer some questions—it will really help improve this podcast!
Flashcard Learning Tricks13.5 minutes
- Building on Flashcards: Hidden Powers | Episode 58, Kevin discusses using images, color coding, the beauty of plaid flashcards (ahem), and the layering (interleaving) effect.
- Six a Day (blog article for A&P students) my-ap.us/2Z4Y5OV
- Learn how to Study Using... Retrieval Practice (blog article for any student) my-ap.us/35GW5Ph
More Flashcards1.5 minutes
- Yep, there's more about flashcards coming in the third part of this series. Check out Episode 60 when the time comes.
- As promised, I reveal the secret of the levitating flashcard. But the only way to access this video is by using the TAPP app, where the bonus video resides.
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Delta Wave Radio Hour6.5 minutes
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