Host Kevin Patton's strong support for regular debriefing and reviewing prompts a look back at previous episodes of The A&P Professor podcast at the beginning of a new "season" of podcasts. Join this review of content updates, teaching tips, special topics, plus a discussion of future directions.
00:47 | Debriefing
05:32 | Sponsored by AAA
05:59 | Lucky Numbers
18:06 | Sponsored by HAPI
19:04 | Science Updates
30:41 | Sponsored by HAPS
31:14 | Teaching Strategies
44:55 | Survey Says...
45:31 | Future Directions
47:48 | Staying Connected
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We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. (Walt Disney)
A look back at the second full season of this podcast is an example of the kind of debriefing that we can be doing as faculty—and which can make us feel really good about what we're doing.
Sponsored by AAA
- 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.
As scientists, we like to count things right? Get data, that is. So here are the numbers summarizing what happened over the last year in this podcast. Hidden benefit: use these numbers when getting your lottery ticket because they may be lucky!
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Wow, we covered a lot of updates in science content related to the concepts of the typical A&P course. These are not "must add" updates, but do inform our deep understanding as teachers of A&P.
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- Kevin’s Unofficial Guide to the HAPS Annual Conference | 2019 Edition | Episode 42
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Lots of tips, strategies, perspectives, and examples! Lots.
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Maybe some interviews or conversations with experts from inside and from outside the A&P community.
A new bi-monthly segment from Krista Rompolski, summarizing what's new in the teaching/learning literature that we can use in the A&P course. Starts later this spring!
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