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The A&P Professor

Release Date: 12/25/2018

Muscle: A Gripping Story by Roy Meals | TAPP 142 show art Muscle: A Gripping Story by Roy Meals | TAPP 142

The A&P Professor

Get pumped up for Episode 142, where we have the honor of hosting Dr. Roy Meals, the musculoskeletal maestro! 💪 We're gonna flex our curiosity muscles and explore every nook and cranny of his latest masterpiece, Muscle: The Gripping Story of Strength and Movement. This episode's so dynamic, you might need a protein shake afterward! 0:00:00 | Introduction 0:01:13 | Re-Introducing Dr. Roy Meals 0:04:08 | Muscle Strain & Why We Train 0:13:53 | What Sword Swallowing Teaches Us About Muscle 0:24:49 | Muscle Stories: Learning Should Be Fun 0:38:48 | Staying Connected...

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Study Courses Supercharge Anatomy & Physiology Success | TAPP 141 show art Study Courses Supercharge Anatomy & Physiology Success | TAPP 141

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Get ready for a mind-bending 😲 rendezvous with Kevin Patton in Episode 141, where he continues to spill the beans on his top-secret recipe for student triumph. 🏆 Brace yourself for this next adventure on his whirlwind tour of revolutionizing A&P 1 education, as we dissect the art of identifying student pain points, personalizing preparation, and serving up the kind of mentorship they've been yearning for! 0:00:00 | Introduction 0:00:45 | One of Two Success Courses 0:09:48 | Setting Up the Supplement Course 0:18:44 | Structure of Class Sessions 0:40:17 |...

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Pre-A&P: A Refresher for Student Success in Anatomy & Physiology | TAPP 140 show art Pre-A&P: A Refresher for Student Success in Anatomy & Physiology | TAPP 140

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In episode 140, we introduce the development of the pre-A&P course and the A&P1 Supplement course. These courses address the challenges faced by A&P students and improve their readiness and comprehension.  In this first of two episodes, we focus on the pre-A&P course. It focuses on filling subject knowledge gaps with 10 modules and cumulative tests. Student surveys and studies show its effectiveness in achieving higher grades in the A&P 1 course. Implementing these nontraditional courses requires collaboration and support from advisors and faculty members. Together, we...

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Thinking New Thoughts about the Human Brain | TAPP 139 show art Thinking New Thoughts about the Human Brain | TAPP 139

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In Episode 139, we explore a new discovery in nerve signaling in the brain called a dendritic action potential (dCaAP), we look at a whacky proposed model of brain function, and we share some ideas about how we can help our students understand the core concepts of chemical signaling and signal transduction in different contexts. Put on your thinking caps and jump into this fresh episode now. 00:00 | Introduction 00:50 | Dendritic Action Potentials 12:16 | Transducer Model of the Brain 21:43 | Chemical Signals & Signal Transduction 35:09 | Staying Connected   ★ If you cannot see or...

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Dancing Organelles, AI Resources, Distracting Animations, Timed Tests & Micro-credentials | TAPP 138 show art Dancing Organelles, AI Resources, Distracting Animations, Timed Tests & Micro-credentials | TAPP 138

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In Episode 138 of The A&P Professor podcast for anatomy & physiology faculty, host Kevin Patton discusses some new thinking about organelle function, why decorative animations are not a good idea in our teaching slides, news about Wendy Riggs and the 2023 HAPS President's Medal, why I don't like timed tests, resources for AI in the curriculum, and why micro-credentials are our friends. With all that, how is that we left out any mention of carbaminohemoglobin? 00:00 | Introduction 00:50 | Wendy Riggs Wins Big 04:173 | Curricular Resources for AI 08:55 | Timed Online Tests 24:12 |...

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Our Teaching Persona in Anatomy & Physiology Class | TAPP 137 show art Our Teaching Persona in Anatomy & Physiology Class | TAPP 137

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In Episode 137, host Kevin Patton explores the significance of playfulness, transparency, and authenticity in the teaching persona. Drawing from personal experiences training animals, Kevin explains how play is integral to learning, highlighting the importance of incorporating a sense of fun and embracing failures in the classroom. He also emphasizes the value of transparency by sharing our own mistakes and weaknesses, asserting that being open about flaws fosters authenticity and builds trust with students. By acknowledging vulnerabilities and demonstrating a genuine willingness to learn,...

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Deep Elaboration & Other Stories of Teaching Anatomy & Physiology | TAPP 136 show art Deep Elaboration & Other Stories of Teaching Anatomy & Physiology | TAPP 136

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In Episode 136, host Kevin Patton looks at the effects of tattoos on sweat glands, we discuss aural diversity and how we can accommodate it, and we explore how to use the process of deep elaboration in our course to help challenged learners develop stronger and more useful memories. 00:00 | Introduction 00:47 | Tattoos May Impair Sweating 05:37 | Sponsored by AAA 06:41 | Aural Diversity. It's a Thing. 22:36 | Sponsored by HAPI 24:03 | Deep Elaboration 34:22 | Sponsored by HAPS 35:29 | Deeper Elaboration 47:53 | Staying Connected   ★ If you cannot see or activate the...

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The Uncertainty Effect with Michelle Lazarus | TAPP 135 show art The Uncertainty Effect with Michelle Lazarus | TAPP 135

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Dr. Michelle Lazarus, author of the new book, The Uncertainty Effect: How to Survive and Thrive through the Unexpected, joins host Kevin Patton for a lively discussion of of uncertainty in science, medicine, and academia. 00:00 | Introduction 00:50 | Dr. Michelle Lazarus 04:57 | Sponsored by AAA 05:31 | Why Is Uncertainty Important? 17:05 | Sponsored by HAPI 17:49 | The Uncertainty of Teaching A&P 27:07 | Sponsored by HAPS 28:05 | Uncertainty and Inclusion 36:38 | Uncertainty and Risk 38:48 | Book: The Uncertainty Effect 39:51 | Staying Connected   ★ If you...

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Anatomical Sciences Education with Jason Organ | TAPP 134 show art Anatomical Sciences Education with Jason Organ | TAPP 134

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In Episode 134, Jason Organ, the new Editor-in-Chief of Anatomical Sciences Education (ASE). joins us for a chat about his vision for this popular journal for anatomy and physiology faculty. Ranging from specific goals to general—and insightful—observations about teaching A&P, you'll want to listen in to this thought-provoking discussion. 00:00 | Introduction 00:54 | Introducing Jason Organ & ASE 03:31 | Sponsored by AAA 03:56 | A New Vision for ASE 16:46 | Sponsored by HAPI 17:24 | Humanity in Teaching Human A&P 28:28 | Sponsored by HAPS 28:58 | Who Reads ASE?...

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Mindi Fried on Teaching & Learning with Aphantasia | TAPP 133 show art Mindi Fried on Teaching & Learning with Aphantasia | TAPP 133

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In Episode 133, Dr. Mindi Fried joins us to discuss her experience of aphantasia, the inability to picture thoughts and memories in the mind's eye, and how that affects how she teaches and learns anatomy and physiology. This is a chat that will increase our awareness of the huge and sometimes invisible diversity that exists among our students. 00:00 | Introduction 01:01 | What is Aphantasia? 05:45 | Sponsored by AAA 07:07 | Introducing Mindi Fried 09:03 | Sponsored by HAPI 09:48 | Mindi Fried on Aphantasia 29:25 | Sponsored by HAPS 30:20 | More with Mindi Fried 46:19 | Staying...

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Host Kevin Patton previews the content of the upcoming full episode, which focuses on powering up how we do dissection activities.

 pre-dissection

There's more... a few content updates... plus feedback from listener Mindi Fried,  some word dissections and a recommendation from The A&P Professor Book Club.

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Topics

1 minute

  • Summer Neuroscience Workshop
  • Ganglion cells in the retina
  • Powering up our dissection activities
    • Dissection lists
    • Pre-dissection activity

Feedback

4 minutes

  • Mindi Fried weighs in on the value of preview episodes. 
  • As we approach the anniversary of this podcast, let's hear what you think!
    • podcast@theAPprofessor
    • 1.833.LION.DEN (1.833.546.6336)

Word Dissections

6 minutes

  • Suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN)
  • Melanopsin
    • Rhodopsin
    • Photopsin
  • Circadian

Book Club

3 minutes

  • The Physician (The Cole Trilogy Book 1) by Noah Gordon
  • Book details: amzn.to/2LzEvDO
  • Historical fiction
  • Story of a European who studies medicine under Persian physician Avicenna (Ibn Sina)

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