An audio podcast series dedicated to the sharing of ideas, best practices, teaching tips, educational solutions, and other exciting topics in Anatomy and Physiology.
What we Learned from Spring 2020
We've flipped the script! Join Jim Connely (McGraw Hill), as he talks with Valerie Kramer (current Succeed in A&P host) about some lessons learned from the online transition COVID-19 placed on the Spring 2020 semester. Tips from utilizing your LMS,...
Introducing Powerful, More Customizable Updates to APR
Now in its 17th year, Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (APR) has some exciting enhancements that bring more customization to your online or face-to-face course: New! 3D Models allow students to see the spatial relationships between structures. Read...
The Next Generation in Virtual Labs
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw Hill) and McGraw Hill Lead Product Developer, Lora Neyens, as they discuss behind-the-scenes of bringing the new Connect Virtual Labs to students and instructors around the world! Connect Virtual Labs, officially launched May 1, 2020, is a solution for an online lab replacement, preparation or makeup, created from instructor and student feedback.
Tools to Move your Laboratory Course Online
Join Michael Koot, PhD (McGraw-Hill) as he shares advice and tools to successfully move the lab portion of your A&P course to fully digital. Go easy on yourself, be flexible, and utilize the digital tools available, including Anatomy & Physiology Revealed, Practice Atlas, and Connect Virtual Labs (https://www.mheducation.com/highered/connect/virtual-labs).
Powerful Online Teaching Cultivated from Experience
A&P Instructor Nahel Awadallah (Nash Community College) shares his tips for successful remote learning. With more than 20 years experience in education and half of those years with courses fully online, he provides great advice, from tools like...
Tips to Move Your Science Course Online
This is the first in a series of podcasts that will share ideas and advice for successful remote learning.
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Great listen! High energy, informative!
Great for A&P instructors and students
This is quick, fun podcast is high energy and full of helpful information for instructors and students of anatomy and physiology!
Fun and Informative Podcast!
I love this podcast! I really enjoyed listening and learning all about the new Practice Atlas! I love that students will be able to look at anatomical models and pictures of actual human specimens side by side and the practice feature! This will definitely help students be able to identify structures of specimens in the lab, which is often a difficult skill! Jim Connely is a great host of the show!