#114 Phil Newton & Behaviourism
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
3y ago
Professor Phil Newton is the Director of Learning and Teaching at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In the third part of our learning theory discussion, Phil joins me to talk about behaviourism and its connections throughout all out curricula, with learning outcomes, Bloom’s taxonomy and feedback. And yes, we also talk about rats, dogs, pigeons, dolphin and Baby Albert.   You can follow Phil and Medical Education at Swansea using the Twitter handle: @MScMedEd.   Here are the papers we mentioned: Constructivism is not a Pedagogy A Pragmatic Master List of Action ..read more
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#112 Hidden Pedagogy - Mentoring
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
In a podcast that was recorded during NUNC 2020 in Southampton, Scott Border and Janet Philp join me to talk about their experience and approach to mentoring.      Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information   This episode is sponsored by: The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomyorg The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and fundin ..read more
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#109 Lockdown Special IX
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special IX. In this podcast I am joined by Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Amanda Meyer, Rebecca Pratt, Wendy Lackey, Sarah Channon, Adam Taylor, Fabio Quondamatteo, and a group of UG/PG students and GTAs. We have Andrew Cale, Megan Fegalde, Angelique Duenas, Rebecca Quinn, Kia Puustinen and Megan Leadbeater. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy and hear the views of students from around the world on how teaching has been delivered since campuses were suspended, how to create and support social belonging, and the thoughts and exp ..read more
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#108 Phil Newton & Constructivism
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
Professor Phil Newton is the Director of Learning and Teaching at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In this second part of our learning theory discussion, Phil joins me to talk about constructivism and how it can be used in the classroom and the use of open book assessments and engagement during online teaching.   You can follow Phil and Medical Education at Swansea using the Twitter handle: @NewtonsNeurosci and @MScMedEd.   Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information   This episode is sponsored by: The American ..read more
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#107 Lockdown Special VIII
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special VIII. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Amanda Meyer, Jane Holland, Wendy Lackey, Sarah Channon, Adam Taylor, and this week’s special guest – Fabio Quondamatteo. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, the balance between synchronous and asynchronous teaching with live streams and recorded lectures, the recent rocket launch into space, finding space for rest during these hectic times, another animal game and Fabio sings us out.   Follow: @AnatEducPodcast V ..read more
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#106 Phil Newton & Cognitivism
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
Professor Phil Newton is the Director of Learning and Teaching at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In this episode Phil and I talk at length about learning theory and it use in curriculum development. We also talk about cognitivism, cognitive load theory and active learning.    You can follow Phil and Medical Education at Swansea using the Twitter handle: @NewtonsNeurosci and @MScMedEd.   Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information   This episode is sponsored by: The American Association for Anatomy. For i ..read more
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#105 Lockdown Special 7
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special VII. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Amanda Meyer, Jane Holland, Wendy Lackey, and this week: Rebecca Pratt and Adam Taylor. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, how to build social communities online, and lots of other random things.   Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information   This episode is sponsored by: The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details a ..read more
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#104 Lockdown Special VI
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special VI. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Sarah Channon, Amanda Meyer and this week, two special guests, Jane Holland and Wendy Lackey. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, the struggles of delivering online anatomy classes, students views on this new approach, a recent paper on dissection and prosection by Wendy, and a very special ending.   Wendy’s paper can be accessed here.   Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more i ..read more
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#103 Lockdown Special V
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with another Lockdown Special. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Sarah Channon and special guest Amanda Meyer. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, and how we can deliver effective live stream lectures, monitor engagement during online delivery and also juggle the demands of being asked to review manuscripts at this time.   Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information   This episode is sponsored by: The American Association for Ana ..read more
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#102 Social Media Guidelines with Catherine Hennessy
The Anatomy Education Podcast
by Dr James Pickering
4y ago
Catherine Hennessy is a Lecturer in Anatomy at Brighton and Sussex Medical School in the United Kingdom. Catherine joins me for a catch up on her PhD studies and the recent publication of Social Media Guidelines for Anatomists, available here. You can follow Catherine on Twitter using the Twitter handle: @CathHennessy and #chphd   To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information   This episode is sponsored by: The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much ..read more
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