Learning the bones and markings of the skeleton is hard—and so is teaching it. Learn some strategies that work! What are peripersonal neurons and what is their function? Try out the new Alexa skill for this podcast.
New Alexa skill for this podcast! (3.5 min)
Free media from the National Science Foundation. (1.5 min)
Tips for teaching the skeleton. (15.5 min)
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(1:25) If you use an Alexa-enabled device, you can now enable "the a. p. professor podcast" Alexa skill to listen to any episode, navigate within episodes, and save your place for your next listening session. Just keep this in mind when you do eventually join this growing trend!
(4:41) A huge library of science photos, videos, audio, and other objects you can use in your course—from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
(6:56) Learning the bones and bone markings of the skeleton can be an early, scary experience for A&P students. How can we prepare and support them to learn the skeleton effectively—and learn skills to help them in their continuing studies of human anatomy?
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