An audio podcast series dedicated to the sharing of ideas, best practices, teaching tips, educational solutions, and other exciting topics in Anatomy and Physiology.
A Student's Insight to Learning A&P
Hear from Ryan DeNault, a student at The State University of New York College at Cortland, as he shares his perspective on learning A&P—both in the classroom and fully digital in the wake of the pandemic. Although he is a Fitness Development major, he enjoys teaching and helping his fellow students in human anatomy. Perhaps he will become an A&P instructor one day!
Want to Drive Student Engagement with Interactive 3D Models?
Part III of a three-part podcast series, highlighting McGraw Hill's new 3D rotatable models.
Join Valerie Kramer and Michael Koot, PhD, (McGraw Hill) as they talk with A&P instructor David Ansardi, PhD, at Calhoun Community College. Hear tips to drive student engagement from Dr. Ansardi and learn how he implements the 3D models and other assets of APR for a successful student and instructor experience!
Teach your Students the Spatial Relationships in Human Anatomy!
Part II of a three-part podcast series, highlighting McGraw Hill's new 3D rotatable models.
Join Valerie Kramer and Michael Koot, PhD, (McGraw Hill) as they discuss ways to implement and use the 3D models in the A&P course. New features allow instructor control and creativity to help students learn!
The Art of APR's 3D Rotatable Models
Part I of a 3-part series, highlighting McGraw Hill's new 3D Rotatable Models!
Join Valerie Kramer, Michael Koot, PhD, (McGraw Hill) as they talk with Andrew Swift, MS, FAMI, Partner/Director of Medical Science at ISO-Form. As a medical illustrator, Andrew shares how the 3D models were created and the incredible process the team works through to make them ideal for the higher education A&P course!
Reduce Learning Barriers!
Accessibility is one of McGraw Hill's key initiatives—and incredibly important for the future of learning. Join host Valerie Kramer and Lisa Nicks (McGraw Hill) as we talk about what accessibility means and why it's so important in everything we do.
Accessibility: When a person with a disability is afforded the opportunity to acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services as a person without a disability in an equally integrated and equally effective manner, with substantially equivalent ease of use.—The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department of Education
How the Pandemic will Shape this Fall Semester
Listen to hear some of the top things higher education has learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and how it will likely shape the future. Join host Valerie Kramer, McGraw Hill, as she returns to the podcast and summarizes research from a May 2021 report by Tyton Partners and the Association of Chief Academic Officers (ACAO). Read more in this article published by Fierce Education.
What challenges did we face?
1. Student Engagement, 2. Inclusion, 3. Effective Digital Learning
What did we learn to shape the Fall semester?
1. Provide faculty support
2. Quality digital tools are important
3. Expand professional development
4. Evaluate the impact on various student populations
5. Ensure students have access to necessary equipment
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!