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Succeed In A&P
An audio podcast series dedicated to the sharing of ideas, best practices, teaching tips, educational solutions, and other exciting topics in Anatomy and Physiology.
May 16, 2022
Passing the Torch
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw Hill) as she shares an exciting transition for Anatomy & Physiology at McGraw Hill! You'll meet Monica Lewis (McGraw Hill) and hear plans for the future of A&P at McGraw Hill. Questions? Email Monica anytime: email@example.com.
Mar 1, 2022
Are Anatomical Planes Overlooked?
Join host Valerie Kramer (McGraw Hill) as she talks with Molly Schiel (Northeast Iowa Community College) about the importance of planes of section in Anatomy & Physiology. Hear tips and reasons to incorporate anatomical planes in your introductory anatomy course—and learn about the recent updates to Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (APR).
Feb 10, 2022
What's New in 2022 for A&P
With a common goal to Stop the Drop (Drop-Fail-Withdraw rate) in A&P, let's help our students succeed this year and beyond! Listen to find out what's happening at McGraw Hill this spring, including an APR and APR Assignment update, increased accessibility, and more Virtual Labs. And, hear about exciting events to join us throughout the spring months.
Oct 19, 2021
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!
Sep 27, 2021
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!
Sep 14, 2021
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!
Sep 7, 2021
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!
Aug 20, 2021
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
Aug 1, 2021
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
Jul 15, 2021
How you can use the new assignment feature with APR/Connect to ROCK your course!
Listen to this episode with Jim Connely & Matt Garcia (McGraw Hill). Jim interviews Matt about the new upgrades to Anatomy & Physiology Revealed! With Anatomy & Physiology Revealed, you can customize anatomical/cadaver views, animations and imaging in APR for your students. Based on this customized view, we have an assignment feature in Connect. You can use this for lecture or lab prep and for many other aspects of your course! In this interview, we talk about accessibility and many other features to make 100% that EVERY student can have access to a virtual cadaver and lab experience.
Jul 9, 2021
Linking Lecture & Lab with McGraw Hill Virtual Labs
Please join Jim Connely (McGraw Hill Education) & Richard Pirkle (Tennessee Tech University), as they talk about the importance of connecting lecture and lab concepts. Richard talks about how "context" helps students learn topics quicker and more effectively. In this podcast, Richard talks about strategies in the physical lab PLUS he talks about how he uses McGraw Hill Virtual Labs with Saladin A&P Connect for the best results. Making Connections with lecture and lab * Design an interactive experience that allows students to learn through doing and visualizing. * Students appreciate applied learning and low-stress assignments, resulting in increased classroom participation and engagement. * Authentic assignments reinforce the application of concepts learned in lecture to a simulated lab experience.
Apr 10, 2021
Help Your A&P Students THRIVE with the Rebuilt A&P Prep!
Listen to this episode with Jim Connely & Matt Garcia (McGraw Hill). Jim interviews Matt about the new upgrade to A&P Prep! This brand new module is available right now. You can now assign Prep for ANY system in the Human Body plus we have a study skill covered too. The rebuild addresses accessibility and if you listen to this episode closely, you will have an opportunity to earn some McGraw Hill SWAG! Email your replies to: James.firstname.lastname@example.org or Matthew.email@example.com.
Apr 5, 2021
NEW CONNECT APR Assignment TIPS: Unlock the magic of Anatomy & Physiology Revealed from a power user!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Bill Hoover (Bunker Hill Community College) as they discuss the new assignment features in Anatomy & Physiology Revealed. Assign real dissection activities with 3D features and enhanced Connect functionality. Bill talks about how you can extend your students knowledge and reinforce basics through clinical applications and other key features in APR. Bill shares his top 3 tips for teaching online with APR! As a 17 year user of APR, you will learn some insights from Dr. Bill Hoover! About Dr. Hoover Dr. William Hoover is the CEO of 529 LLC and cofounder and former President of Tuatara Corporation, educational technology companies in Boston, MA. He is also the Chair of Anatomy and Physiology at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition, he is an author of digital learning assets, Adaptive Learning Technologies and Digital Lab Simulators. For the past 7 years, he has conducted digital pedagogical research under a nati…
Mar 1, 2021
Content & Digital Updates: Crucial for Today's Students
Lead author Valerie O'Loughlin, PhD (Indiana University School of Medicine), shares updates and insights into the new edition of McKinley (MOB) A&P: An Integrated Approach, now in the 4th Edition! McKinley/O'Loughlin/Bidle's Anatomy and Physiology: An Integrative Approach, 4th edition brings many elements of the study of A&P together in unique ways to maximize understanding. Anatomy and physiology are covered within each chapter, emphasizing the interdependence of body systems by weaving prior coverage of one system into textual explanations of how other systems work.
Feb 24, 2021
What's New in 2021 for A&P
It's a new year and after 2020's transition to fully online, we want to make it easier than ever for you! Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw Hill), as she shares some of McGraw Hill's brand new assets available for A&P and ideas to implement them into your course. Whether you've never used McGraw Hill before or have used it for years, this is a great opportunity to integrate these tools into your Spring semester and beyond.
Feb 14, 2021
Ideas to Use the Heart 3D Model in Your Course
In honor of Valentine's Day, Jim Connely (interim host) talks about Dr. Michael Koot's (McGraw Hill) article about how to integrate the new Heart rotatable 3D model, including the top five views! 3D models in Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (APR) provide students students with a great perspective and allows them to see the spatial relationship between structures they can't see in a flat image. How might you use the Heart 3D model in your course? * Create an assignment using the Anatomy & Physiology Revealed Connect Assignment type. Any APR Connect Assignment can include an activity that uses one of the available 3D models. * Learn more about the APR Connect Assignment here: https://vimeo.com/492582902 * Use the “Create link” feature to bookmark an interesting view you have created with the 3D model. You can then share this link with your students or use it to quickly access this specific view of the 3D model during lecture or lab for demonstration purposes. * Create an Ac…
Sep 28, 2020
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, accessibility—and taking your lab course online. Oh, and you won't want to miss the surprise giveaway at the end! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. And, learn more about McGraw Hill's virtual/online labs at the following links: Connect Virtual Labs Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (APR)
Jun 30, 2020
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 more about how to incorporate in your course, here. * *Animations*. With actions and views—and attachments. * Customizable *Custom Link Feature*. Read more here. * Coming in 2021: APR Integration with Connect for even more customization and * Coming in 2021: Integration of Practice Atlas with APR. Want to listen to more shows about APR? Check out these episodes: Tools to Move your Lab Course Online New! 3D Rotatable Models to Engage Students This Tool will Make your Course More Productive Get Creative and See Engagement Soar
May 18, 2020
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. New technology makes these realistic lab simulations user- and mobile-friendly, and more accessible for all students!
Mar 26, 2020
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 digital tools available! Michael describes ways to incorporate tools like Anatomy & Physiology Revealed, Practice Atlas, and Connect Virtual Labs (https://www.mheducation.com/highered/connect/virtual-labs). Not a current user of McGraw-Hill? We are here to help by offering all of these tools at no cost during this time. Please share more about your course at this link: http://bit.ly/MHOnlineResources, so we can get you set up as quickly as possible.
Mar 16, 2020
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 Tegrity and Virtual Labs—to ideas of changing your perspective and the importance of communication. You won't want to miss this! This is the second in a series of podcasts dedicated to moving courses online quickly in the wake of the news and recent school closings.
Mar 13, 2020
Tips to Move Your Science Course Online
With recent events, it's time to think about getting your A&P course online! This is the first in a series of podcasts that will share ideas and advice for successful remote learning. Join Valerie Kramer (email@example.com) and Jim Connely (firstname.lastname@example.org) as they discuss moving your course online. It's all about communication, organization—and keeping it simple! Inspiration comes from a recent article by professors Stephanie Moore (University of Virginia) and Charles B. Hodges (Georgia Southern University). You can find their article at: http://bit.ly/AdvicetoMoveOnline.
Feb 5, 2020
A Student's Perspective to Success in A&P
To kick off 2020, Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill) welcomes special guest—student Carly Franklin (University of Dubuque)—to share her perspective on passing the A&P course and how it has helped her have success in nursing school.
Dec 6, 2019
New! 3D Rotatable Models to Engage Students
Join Valerie Kramer and Matthew Garcia (McGraw-Hill) as they share exciting, modern updates to Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (APR). After listening, you'll be equipped with ideas for new tools to engage today's students for the ultimate success in the A&P course!
Nov 14, 2019
Five Unique Success Tips for A&P Students and Instructors
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Richard Pirkle (Tennessee Tech University) as they discuss the nursing shortage, drop/fail/withdraw rates in A&P I and five unique strategies you can use today to improve both student performance and teaching effectiveness. Jim and Richard have some fun along the way! #MHEhappiness * https://s3.amazonaws.com/ecommerce-prod.mheducation.com/unitas/highered/platforms/connect/mhehappiness/jaclyn-mcleod.pdf * https://s3.amazonaws.com/ecommerce-prod.mheducation.com/unitas/highered/platforms/connect/mhehappiness/amber-abla.pdf
Nov 6, 2019
Help Us Improve the Nursing Shortage!
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill) and special guest Cynthia Leaver, PhD (American Association of Colleges of Nursing) as they discuss the importance of A&P and the national nursing shortage crisis. You'll gain ideas and feel motivated to help your students stay engaged and pass the A&P course to get into nursing school!
Sep 20, 2019
How You Help us Create Solutions for Success
You're not alone! Most A&P instructors are faced with many of the same challenges. Join Valerie Kramer and Kristine Rellihan (McGraw-Hill) as they talk about listening to you, the instructor, so we can create the content and solutions to help you and your students succeed in the A&P course.
Aug 28, 2019
Prepare Your Students for A&P. Stop The Drop!
Want to see your drop-fail-withdrawal (DFW) rate decrease? Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill) and Richard Pirkle (Tennessee Tech University) as they talk about the challenge of the underprepared student and some tips to help get students on the same playing field—and ultimately succeed in the A&P course!
Aug 19, 2019
Empower Students to Engage in Content with NEW SmartBook 2.0!
Listen as Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill) discusses the NEW SmartBook 2.0 and how to make your course meet Quality Matters standards with Bill Hoover, MD (Bunker Hill Community College). On average, students spend 80% of their time NOT with the instructor. Hear how this tool engages students to read and ultimately helps them succeed.
Aug 6, 2019
This Tool will Make your Course More Productive!
Anatomy & Physiology Revealed 4.0 is now LIVE! Don't miss hearing about the recent updates, why this digital cadaver dissection tool is important to instructors and students everywhere—and how you can integrate it into your course for ultimate success.
Jul 30, 2019
5 Ways to Motivate Your Students
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill) and Molly Schiel (Northeast Iowa Community College) as they discuss the importance of student motivation in the A&P Course. You'll leave inspired to motivate your own students with these five easy-to-implement ways to keep students engaged!
Jul 17, 2019
Collaboration for the Ultimate Success in Education
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill) and Myles Hunter (TutorMe) as they share their passion for education and how they are collaborating to provide help to students 24/7. Both McGraw-Hill and TutorMe want to make learning convenient AND effective! Listen as they discuss how their platforms are working together to do just that.
Jun 28, 2019
Set Yourself up for Success
Join Jim Connely and Valerie Kramer (McGraw Hill Education) as they talk about the start of our implementation season! We are excited to offer a world class implementation event on July 19th. This event is virtual and open to anyone teaching with a McGraw-Hill book and Connect. Jim and Valerie talk about Nutrition, Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology plus Medical Terminology. Sign up today! Additionally, we will be conducting a face-to-face session for course preparation on July 25th and 26th in the Dubuque, Iowa office. Seats are limited. Reach out to your learning technology representative today!
Jun 14, 2019
Live from HAPS! The final conversation!
Join Valerie Kramer, Jim Connely and Matt Garcia (McGraw Hill) as they interview HAPS attendees and hear what tips they have for you. (Note: Voices listed below are not in order of appearance.) Listen now for inspiration! Tips are from the following faculty: * *Andy Russo, University of Iowa* * *Michael Koot, McGraw-Hill Education * * *Bill Hoover, Bunker Hill Community College* * *Beth Kersten, State College of Florida (Manatee) * * *Mary Beth Dawson, Kingsborough Community College * * *Judy D' Aleo, Plymouth State University * Feel the energy of the event and win a plethora of prizes!
May 24, 2019
HAPS, Day 2. Teaching tips from the field.
Join us for Pro-Tip Friday at HAPS! Join Valerie Kramer, Jim Connely and Matt Garcia (McGraw Hill) as they interview HAPS attendees and hear what tips they have for you. (Note: Voices listed below are not in order of appearance.) Listen now for inspiration! Tips are from the following faculty: * *Carrie Espasandin, Olympic Community College* * *Leslie Hendon, University of Alabama Birmingham* * *Nahel Awadallah, Nash Community College* * *Steve Sullivan, Bucks County Community College* * *Matt Garcia, McGraw-Hill Education * Feel the energy of the event and win a plethora of prizes!
May 23, 2019
Teaching Tips from HAPS, Day 1. LIVE from McGraw-Hill Education Booth!
Join us for Pro-Tip Thursday at HAPS! Join Valerie Kramer, Jim Connely and Matt Garcia (McGraw Hill) as they interview HAPS attendees and hear what tips they have for you! Faculty share their favorite tips! (Note: Voices listed below are not in order of appearance.) Listen in for more! Tips are from the following faculty: * *Paul Emerick, Monroe Community College* * *Cinnamon VanPutte, Southwest Illinois College* * *Jenifer Regan, University of Southern Mississippi * * *Chad Wayne, University of Houston* * *Steve Kish, Zane State College* * *Hiranya Roychowdhury, Dona Ana Community College* * *Tom Braem, Northwestern Health Sciences University* * *Valerie Kramer, McGraw-Hill Education* * *Meg Collver, McGraw-Hill Education * Feel the energy of the event and win a plethora of prizes!
May 13, 2019
HAPS 2019 Preview
It's officially the month of the Human Anatomy & Physiology Society Conference! Join Valerie Kramer, Jim Connely and Matt Garcia (McGraw Hill) to hear what we have in store for you and ways to make the most of your time at HAPS. Feel the energy of the event and win a plethora of prizes!
May 1, 2019
The Importance of Answering the 'Why' in A&P
Be inspired by Jeffrey Kingsbury, MD (Arizona State University) as he talks with Valerie Kramer (McGraw Hill) about how creating a clear roadmap and providing relevancy and digital tools for career readiness result in student success!
May 1, 2019
7 Things to Do When Teaching Online
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw Hill) and Lynn Preston, PhD (Tarrant County College NW) as they talk about teaching online successfully. You'll be motivated to try Lynn's great advice —from communication and useful tools to trying new things—in your own online A&P course!
Apr 16, 2019
Making a Difference for All Students
Hear how an Instructor's need turned into a real educational solution in this inspiring episode. We'll uncover where the idea came from and how it's making a difference for students both in the classroom and in the real-world clinical setting!
Apr 4, 2019
Improvement with YOU at the Forefront
Hear from McGraw-Hill's product team on how continuous improvement starts with you, the instructor, in this energetic podcast about student-centric updates to Anatomy & Physiology Revealed! Updated interface and animations make APR an even more powerful tool with more digital capability and student understanding in the A&P classroom.
Mar 20, 2019
Get Creative and See Engagement Soar
Listen and be inspired to implement creative, engaging ideas using Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (APR) from Michael Koot, PhD, former Anatomy Professor and current Director of Digital Content at McGraw-Hill. From a simple mobile-friendly resource to active learning and social media activities, APR brings a fun element to lab and lecture!
Mar 11, 2019
What Motivates You? A Student's Perspective.
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill Education) and Krista Rompolski (Drexel University) as they chat with one of our very own students. Listen and be inspired as Colin, a student in A&P II, shares his viewpoint and approach to the Anatomy and Physiology course.
Feb 22, 2019
Advice for Active Learning Success in Your Classroom
Be inspired with Active Learning Techniques! Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill) and Rob Brooker (University of Minnesota), as they discuss Active Learning in the classroom. What works, what doesn't—and why it's a great idea to help you increase success.
Jan 25, 2019
See What's New for A&P in 2019
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill) as she shares enhancements, brand new editions, and great digital advancements that will make your 2019 the perfect year to Succeed in A&P! Oh, and a little teaser of what is to come with the launch of the new Virtual Labs and future facelift of Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (APR).
Jan 11, 2019
The Essence Of Life Science Content
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) as he talks to Thomas Timp (Managing Director at McGraw-Hill Education) about authorship at McGraw-Hill. How life science content gets created and you will hear a quick teaser for a future show on LearnSmart Labs! This episode is sponsored by Connect Master: Why Biology!
Nov 30, 2018
Be Inspired to Mix Things Up!
Join Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill Education) as she welcomes Seeley’s Anatomy & Physiology Author, Cinnamon VanPutte (Southwestern Illinois College). You’ll be completely engaged and excited to make a difference in your students’ lives with more critical thinking in your course!
Nov 21, 2018
Take The Risk, Enjoy The Reward!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Valerie Kramer (McGraw-Hill Education), as they take a look back on podcasting in A&P and talk about the future of the Succeed in A&P podcast. You will LOVE this show!
Nov 8, 2018
How to Enhance Physiology Coverage in your Anatomy & Physiology Courses
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) as he talks about how you can increase or enhance your physiology coverage in A&P with the concept overview interactives! Jim makes reference to this article on the podcast. https://www.mheducation.com/highered/highered/discipline-detail/anatomy-physiology/how-to-add-more-physiology-into-your-course.html
Oct 30, 2018
What To Do With A Specimen Shortage
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) as he talks about specimen shortage and creative ideas to solve that problem in your laboratory. Suggestions: 1. Consider a specimen change 2. Change in your laboratory strategy to incorporate digital 3. Use different resources like Connect, lab manuals, workbooks, etc. 4. Check out what others are doing on iTeach, HAPS-L, articles on the McGraw-Hill Education site Jim talks about Anatomy & Physiology Revealed (Cat, Cadaver and Fetal Pig Versions): http://www.aprevealed.com Jim references the Practice Atlas for A&P: https://www.mheducation.com/highered/highered/discipline-detail/anatomy-physiology/practice-atlas-for-anatomy-and-physiology.html Jim references how Richard Alan Jones solved the cat shortage at his school: https://www.mheducation.com/highered/highered/discipline-detail/anatomy-physiology/a-reluctant-change-for-the-better.html As promised, here is a list of specimen suppliers. Let us know if you have any to add! *Specimen supplie…
Oct 25, 2018
Change the game with the Practice Atlas for A&P!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Michael Koot (McGraw-Hill Education) as they talk about the game changing Practice Atlas. They will talk about anatomical models, how to assign the practice atlas and much more! This product is great for the lecture or laboratory and students can access it 24/7. This product was developed with our world-class instructional design and A&P teams. Jim and Michael talk about article in depth: https://www.mheducation.com/highered/highered/discipline-detail/anatomy-physiology/practice-atlas-for-anatomy-and-physiology.html Tune in to learn more!
Oct 1, 2018
Top 7 PowerPoint Tips to ROCK your Lecture!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) in episode, where he talks about how an excellent article authored by Dr. Heather Collins called “Defy Death by PowerPoint: 7 tips to Improve Multimedia Learning”. Jim talks about his take on Heather’s 7 tips and how you can rethink your PowerPoint or Multimedia strategy. The full article can be read here: https://www.mheducation.com/highered/ideas-new/defy-death-by-powerpoint.html Dr. Collin’s popular TEDx talk called Successful Thinking: It’s a Know-Brainer has 20,000+ views. It can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/dpdIx142gdM If you have a piece of content to recommend we review, please send them along to Jim Connely at email@example.com! Thank you for listening to the Succeed in A&P! You are all amazing!
Sep 28, 2018
Happy Birthday Succeed in A&P Podcast!!!!!!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) for this anniversary episode of Succeed in A&P. Jim looks back on the year and interviews members of the top 10 podcast episodes. You will hear from Molly Schiel (Northeast Iowa Community College), Michael Koot (McGraw-Hill Education), Steve Sullivan (Bucks County CC), Richard Pirkle (Tennessee Tech University) and Julie Thompson (McGraw-Hill Education). This episode is brought to you by Connect Master: Why Biology! (Britney Ross from McGraw-Hill Education). Email Britney for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about the podcasts here: https://www.mheducation.com/highered/category.11366.html#succeedap Thank you for making this year so special!!! We thank you for listening to the Succeed in A&P!
Sep 19, 2018
The top 10 creative ways to use Anatomy & Physiology Revealed in your class!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) in this solo show talking about the top 10 ways to creatively use Anatomy & Physiology Revealed in your class. APR turned 15 this year, enjoy the show and let us know if you have a creative way to use APR not listed! We thank you for listening to the Succeed in A&P!
Sep 13, 2018
How the Pink Panther inspired Anatomy & Physiology Revealed!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Roy Schneider (University of Toledo) as they discuss how a pitch to the Owens Corning company inspired the future of Anatomy & Physiology Revealed. Jim and Roy talk about the historic 15th birthday of APR and reveal some inside secrets about the product and how the future looks bright for this award-winning product! Listen to learn more!
Sep 7, 2018
Shaping the future of A&P education!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Matt Garcia (McGraw-Hill Education) as they discuss product development, brand-new products releasing soon and how to get involved in the fun process of content creation on digital products, textbooks and beyond. Matt will unveil his favorite three Succeed in A&P podcast episodes and why! You will learn some of the inner workings at McGraw-Hill and as usual, Jim and Matt have some fun along the way!
Aug 31, 2018
New Research And How Exam Viewing Can Revolutionize Your Class!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Krista Rompolski (Drexel University and McGraw-Hill Education author on Fox Human Physiology) as they discuss new research on human neurons and Krista’s article in the HAPS Educator on face-to-face exam viewing. Krista shares some insightful study tips for students. You will learn some of her perspective on positively impacting student performance!
Aug 24, 2018
How To Help Your Students Build A Foundation For Success
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Judi D’Aleo (Plymouth State and iWorx) as they discuss the terminology tools, preview chapter and charts in Hole’s Human A&P. These tools help your students build a strong foundation in A&P. Jim and Judi also talk about her work with the iWorx company and how they can help you in the laboratory! Enjoy!
Aug 17, 2018
The lost tapes of HAPS Day #2: Episode 1
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guests who attended the HAPS conference in May of 2018! This is an all star lineup featuring Terry Martin (talking about terminology), Krissy Rellihan a.k.a. audio velvet (talking about awesomeness in A&P) and Robin McFarland (talking about HAPS fun)! This is episode 1 of the lost tapes of HAPS day #2. ENJOY!
Jul 24, 2018
Do this and No One will ever miss your class or presentation again!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Bridgett Mcgowen-Hawkins (international speaker and founder of BMC Talks) as they talk about tips and strategies to make sure that nobody misses your lecture physically or mentally ever again! Jim and Bridgett have a great exploring fun strategies you can use today, in any classroom or presentation you have! This is an episode you don't want to miss! Tune in to learn more!
Jul 3, 2018
Change the game with the most missed questions report!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Bill Hoover (Bunker Hill Community College) as they discuss the Bill’s research on using the most missed questions report in SmartBook AND the Connect Insights report. As you listen, we have a fun Easter Egg in this episode for you to find. Bill talks about his advice to new users and adjuncts too, there is something to learn for everyone! Tune in today. Happy 4th of July from the Succeed in A&P Podcast!
Jun 19, 2018
Problem Solving And Critical Thinking When You Need It
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education), Cinnamon VanPutte (Southwestern Illinois College), Jennifer Regan (The University of Southern Mississippi) and Andy Russo (University of Iowa) as they discuss the topic of problem solving and critical thinking in the A&P course. They specifically talk about the problem solving model incorporated in the Seeley A&P textbook, originally written by Rod Seeley, Trent Stephens and Phil Tate.
Jun 12, 2018
Award winning instructors share their insights!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education), Kash Dutta (University of New England), and Paul Nissenson (Cal Poly Pomona) as they discuss Connect best practices, how to improve your DFW rate, the future of STEM education and how to win awards along the way. Paul and Kash were recent winners in digital learning innovation. Jim, Paul and Kash talk about strategies and insights you can use to become an award winner. Tune in to learn more!
May 27, 2018
#MHEhappiness + HAPS= FUN!
Live from the Human Anatomy & Physiology Society conference day 1! Highlights from the first-timers breakfast, the biggest concept map ever built for A&P and we might talk about some roller derby! We had fun, thank you for all of my friends who stopped by booth #103! See you tomorrow day #2!!!!
May 24, 2018
Unlock your potential with Connect A&P turnkey courses!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Michelle Watnick (McGraw-Hill Education) as they talk about demo, pre-built SmartBook, pre-built and the brand-new turnkey courses! Turnkey courses are created by a team of curriculum experts with input from learning experience designers. They are built with a consistent goal in mind- to ensure that the assignments cover all key Learning Objectives in the chapter. We offer them for a number of our A&P titles. Tune in to learn more!
May 18, 2018
HAPS 2018 McGraw-Hill Education Booth Preview (#103)
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) as he talks about the full booth schedule at HAPS in Columbus, OH. At Booth #103, you will be able to attend quick sessions on how to take your A&P course online, increase critical thinking, enhance your human physiology course, make your course rock without a prerequisite, top 10 student success tips, laboratory resources and how to enhance your lecture with SmartBook! Here is the best part, if you attend 3 sessions over two days, you will be entered in a chance to win an iPad or iWatch or any number of anatomy/physiology prizes. We look forward to seeing you at HAPS! Tune in to learn more!
May 1, 2018
Fun ways to engage your A&P class
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Sophia Garcia (Tarrant County College) as they talk about fun ways to engage your A&P class. Jim and Sophia talk about Poll Everywhere, endocytosis and exocytosis interpretive dance, teaching muscle physiology through storytelling, active learning and how to offer and integrated laboratory and lecture! Tune in to learn more!
Apr 25, 2018
The HOT topic of classroom response systems like Poll Everywhere
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) as he talks about the hot topic of classroom response systems like Poll Everywhere in the A&P classroom. Jim will share the top ten ways to use a classroom response system and will share a few of his own best practices. Tune in to learn more!
Apr 13, 2018
Mentoring A&P students & going the extra mile!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his special guest Orlando Robinson (Central Carolina Technical College) as they discuss a wide range of topics to help mentor, motivate and engage students to go further than they think! Orlando talks about trusting the process, motivating students to be better and how his role model shaped his teaching career. Thank you Marion Robinson! ☺ Tune in to learn more!
Apr 9, 2018
HAPS Conference Preview, Columbus, Ohio
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his special guest Peter English (Executive Director of HAPS) as they discuss the upcoming Human Anatomy and Physiology Society conference in Columbus, OH. They talk about the first-timers breakfast, workshops and other ways for you to get involved in the HAPS organization. Tune in to learn more!
Apr 2, 2018
An inside perspective about the new edition of Vander Human Physiology!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) as he talks with his colleague Michelle Gaseor about the new edition of Vander Human Physiology. They talk about new text features, digital enhancements like the new graphing question and much more. Tune in to find out more!
Mar 28, 2018
Heatmap revisions: Unlocking student potential in A&P!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and special guest appearances by Cinnamon VanPutte (Southwest Illinois College) and Valerie O'Loughlin (Indiana University, Bloomington) as they discuss a revolutionary approach to revising textbooks and digital products with heat maps featuring actual student data. They all talk about seeing the experience from a student's perspective and the alignment of resources to better impact the learning environment. Tune in to learn more!
Mar 22, 2018
NEW! Practice Atlas for A&P (Connect and Mobile app)!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Michael Koot (McGraw-Hill Education) as they a brand-new product offer for Connect A&P and stand-alone mobile app! This product is great for the lecture or laboratory and students can access it 24/7. This product was developed with our world-class instructional design and A&P teams. Jim and Michael talk about how important anatomical models and cadaver images are in any A&P course. Tune in to learn more!
Mar 15, 2018
Insights from a digital learning innovation award winner!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Kash Dutta (University of New England) as they discuss how his team at the University of New England used Connect A&P (Hole’s Human A&P) to win an award for digital learning innovation. Jim and Kash talk about strategies and insights you can use to become an award winner. Tune in to learn more!
Mar 7, 2018
Krista Rompolski: How one conversation at HAPS lead to bigger things, insights from the Fox Human Physiology Digital author!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Krista Rompolski (Drexel University) as they discuss how one conversation at HAPS led to a dream of becoming a digital author on the Fox Human Physiology brand. We talk about roller skating, motor pathways and teaching advice you can use in the classroom! Tune in to learn more!
Feb 26, 2018
Time Management & Happiness
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) in the second solo podcast dedicated to the topic of time management and few student success stories from around the country. Tune in to learn more!
Feb 19, 2018
Now that you are in A&P II & how can you help students to be more prepared to succeed?
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Steve Sullivan (Bucks County Community College) as they discuss the exciting transition from A&P I to A&P II and strategies you can use to help students be more successful. Tune in to learn more!
Feb 14, 2018
We LOVE physiology, happy Valentines Day!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Stuart Fox (Pierce College) as they discuss human physiology and their love of the science. Stuart talks about how fostering the love of physiology and extending it to students is a snap with the new edition of Fox Human Physiology. Tune in to learn more!
Feb 12, 2018
Building confidence with critical thinking in the A&P Laboratory!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Cindy Prentice-Craver (Chemeketa Community College) as they discuss a wide range of topics ranging from curriculum development, building confidence with critical thinking in the A&P laboratory. Cindy Prentice-Craver has authored a number of print and digital products and is now an author on the Martin Laboratory Manual series. Tune in to learn more!
Feb 5, 2018
The Role of Critical Thinking in Anatomy & Physiology
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Steve Sullivan (Bucks County Community College) as they talk about critical thinking and the role it plays in his Anatomy & Physiology course. Tune in to learn more!
Jan 29, 2018
Instructional Design+ Learning Science= McGraw-Hill Education!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and Julie Thompson (McGraw-Hill Education) as they discuss the role of the learning experience designer, instructional design and its impact on learning science. Julie and Jim talk about how important backwards design is for McGraw-Hill A&P and future products. This helps students learn and faculty teach better. Tune in to learn more!
Jan 16, 2018
The top 15 tips for teaching Anatomy & Physiology courses!
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) in the first ever solo podcast dedicated to the top 15 teaching tips put forward by a panel of over fifty (50) professors from around the country. Tune in to learn more!
Jan 9, 2018
Hole’s Human A&P: Product Developers are the Swiss Army Knife of publishing!
Join Jim Connely and Michelle Gaseor (McGraw-Hill Education) as they discuss how a product developer is like the ultimate Swiss Army knife. The two share some fun perspectives on developing a world-class product like Hole’s Human A&P. Jim and Michelle have a great conversation and we want to share it with you!
Dec 19, 2017
A Student Perspective on Succeeding in A&P
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Alicia Ney (Paramedic student at Northeast Iowa Community College) as they discuss study tips for A&P students and other student perspectives in this course. If you teach science, you will enjoy Alicia’s perspective. She will outline tips to help your students perform better in Anatomy and Physiology. Jim and Alicia have fun along the way!
Nov 21, 2017
Top 10 tips to thrive in A&P
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Michael Koot (McGraw-Hill Education) as they discuss study tips for students taking A&P. You can use Michael’s perspective and tips to help your students perform better in A&P. Jim and Michael have a fun discussion!
Oct 31, 2017
Assessments with Intention in Anatomy & Physiology
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Molly Schiel (Northeast Iowa Community College) as they discuss how to enhance assessments in the A&P course. Molly discusses her approach to formative and summative with intention. Jim and Molly have some fun along the way!
Oct 16, 2017
How I moved my A&P Course Online
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Steve Sullivan (Bucks County Community College) as they discuss how to take your A&P course and effectively move it into the online delivery format. Steve talks about how technology can help improve both student performance and teaching effectiveness. Jim and Steve have some fun along the way!
Sep 25, 2017
Overcoming the Challenge of Unprepared Students in A&P
Join Jim Connely (McGraw-Hill Education) and his guest Richard Pirkle (Tennessee Tech University) as they discuss how to help students thrive in the Anatomy & Physiology course. Richard talks about how technology can help improve both student performance and teaching effectiveness. Jim and Richard have some fun along the way!