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  • Douglas Gould

    teaching training

    Posted in: Professional Development...

    Hi All- I'm writing to ask if anyone has had training in how to teach, or more to the point, how to teach anatomy? I know that most of us were anointed upon receipt of our PhD, but I'm looking...

  • Victoria Roach

    RE: Teaching anatomy with alternative resources

    Posted in: Education & Teaching...

    Hi Jen, At Western, we use a number of different modalities as adjuncts to teaching anatomy with cadavers. For example, in our online gross anatomy classes, we've used Netter's 3D e-learning...

    1 person recommends this.
  • Jennifer McBride

    Education and Teaching Community launch

    Posted in: Open Forum

    The Education and Teaching Community is for every member involved in any aspect of undergraduate, pre-professional or professional teaching in the anatomical sciences. This platforms allows us to ask...

    2 people recommend this.
  • Jennifer McBride

    Teaching anatomy with alternative resources

    Posted in: Education & Teaching...

    This question is centered around gross anatomy instruction, I've heard from a few colleagues that their administration is interested in utilizing alternative resources to the cadaver for teaching anatomy....

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