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Thinking of a new way to teach human physiology
Hi PECOP Colleagues, My name is Monica McCullough and I teach an intro level of human physiology at Western Michigan University. In an effort to help my students retain information in this course I have thought about taking concepts and tucking them under 5 major umbrellas for physiology. While I teach the systems separately, I will color code each system and place them with these "umbrellas": Homeostasis, Energy, Physics, Chemistry and Autonomic Nervous System. For example, with the Circu
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good teaching resource in Respiratory Physiology
Hello, I have requested a guest speaker to discuss Respiratory Physiology (Mechanics of Breathing and Gas Exchange and Transport). Unfortunately, the guest speaker will unable to do it. Are there any useful resources in the form of recorded lectures or videos on these topics that I can share to the doctorate students in physical therapy? I am using Silverthorn's Human Physiology as the required textbook. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you, Ed 
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American Society of Microbiology's Disciplinary Based Education Research Design and Implementation Course
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good resources for cases to help teach physiology
Hello. I am new to this board. I am a physician who has recently started teaching physiology at a PA program. The program uses team based learning and flipped classroom techniques exclusively so good cases are essential. Thanks in advance for any suggestion.
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Textbook analysis
Hi PECOP friends! Does anybody have a reference with a method to analyze textbook content? I am planning to investigate the concept of hypertension in K-12 teaching and textbook analisys is part of my research. Which quantitative approach would be better? number os pages? page area covered? number of words? Thank you!
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Presentations from 2016 Institute on Teaching and Learning
Post your presentations in response to this discussion. Thanks.
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Need advice on clickers
Hi everyone ... My institution just told us that we are now dropping the "clickers" because of the cost-structure changes that "Turning point" (the company that makes our clickers) is adopting.  Does anyone have a good alternative to clickers that does not require the use of a smart phone or laptop?  Ideally, I would love a tablet-based solution, so we could get alphanumeric and even drawings, but that is not internet/wifi connected (to avoid the distractions of students using the tabl
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Return to work - An academic's perspective
A discussion board to share experiences and tips related to returning to work after a period of leave
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Distance Learning
Discussion board for those with an interest in or questions about the distance component of the flipped classroom, hybrid, or fully online approaches to physiology education.
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Become a participant in the Physiology Education Community of Practice!
Anyone who attended the inaugural APS Institute on Teaching and Learning in June 2014 is automatically a charter member of the PECOP; however, others are encouraged to join.  We had some great discussions and shared lots of resources.  If you need something, contact us! Barb Goodman, chair of the Organizing Committee
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Collaborations
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Core Concepts and Competencies
Discussion board for those with an interest in or question about core concepts and competencies.
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Assessment
Discussion board for those with an interest in or question about assessment.
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Student-Centered Laboratory
Discussion board for those with an interest in or question about student-centered laboratories.
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Student-Centered Lecture
Discussion board for those with an interest in or question about student-centered lecture.
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