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Back to Campus Pandemic Teaching | Resilience | TAPP 74

 

Host Kevin Patton uses the analogy of circus animals adapting to new or misplaced props to help him prepare to move courses back to campus. A lesson on resilience is just what we need right now. Book Club: Southwick & Charney's Resilience book.
  • 00:54 | Back to Campus Pandemic Teaching
  • 21:51 | Sponsored by AAA
  • 22:41 | Resilience
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  • 31:55 | Book Club: Resilience
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More than education, more than experience, more than training, a person’s level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails. (Steven M. Southwick & Dennis S. Charney)

Back to Campus Pandemic Teaching

21 minutes
Kevin uses his experience as a wild animal trainer in introducing sea lions, lions, and tigers to new furniture, props, and behavior as an analogy for how to get used to the new "pandemic teaching" environment as we return to campus. And, perhaps more importantly, how to get our students comfortable in the changed campus environment.
on left is Kevin Patton with a sea lion on a brightly colored seat, on right is a bright pink yoga mat with a yellow Stealth board

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Resilience

8 minutes
Resilience is something on our minds these days, right? Kevin discusses and article outlining research in what helps us build resilience—and how we can help our students build resilience.
  • What Makes Some People More Resilient Than Others (newspaper article) my-ap.us/2COBkIt
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Book Club

2 minutes
  • Resilience: The Science of Mastering Life's Greatest Challenges
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Zoom Fatigue and Other Symptoms of Pandemic Teaching | TAPP 73

 

What causes Zoom fatigue and how can we prevent it? Host Kevin Patton tackles that as well as another nasty effect of pandemic teaching: stress cardiomyopathy. Plus updates in sensory physiology, the value of keeping skill lists, and the Book Club recommends Chris Jarmey's Concise Book of Muscles.

  • 00:40 | Updating Our Skill Lists
  • 01:59 | Updates in Sensory Physiology
  • 07:30 | Sponsored by AAA
  • 08:05 | Book Club: The Concise Book of Muscles
  • 12:05 | Sponsored by HAPI
  • 14:26 | Zoom Fatigue
  • 29:11 | Sponsored by HAPS
  • 30:06 | Pandemic Heart: Stress Cardiomyopathy
  • 39:48 | Staying Connected

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The heart was made to be broken. (Oscar Wilde)

 

Updating Our Skill Lists

1.5 minutes

Anatomy professor Amanda Meyer reminded us on Twitter that pandemic teaching has given us a lot of new skills that we should be adding to our skill list in our curriculum vitae (CV).

Skill list

 

Updates in Sensory Physiology

5.5 minutes

A few content updates to spice up our teaching.

  • Is "water" a primary taste in mammals?
    • Scientists discover a sixth sense on the tongue—for water (summary of research) my-ap.us/2Zn5uuI
    • The cellular mechanism for water detection in the mammalian taste system (research paper) my-ap.us/3etufcO
  • Do we need cold receptors to feel warmth?
  • Can you hear  your tensor tympani?
    • Some People Can Make a Roaring Sound in Their Ears Just by Tensing a Muscle (brief news article) my-ap.us/38Ur7pu
    • Voluntary contraction of the tensor tympani muscle and its audiometric effects (case study) my-ap.us/2CAGxmk

tensor tympani muscle

 

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Book Club

4 minutes

  • The Concise Book of Muscles
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The Concise Book of Muscles

 

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Zoom Fatigue

15 minutes

Zoom meetings, webinars, classes, etc., make me tired just thinking about them. I think this is part of Zoom fatigue, that exhaustion we feel from participating in video meetings. Here's a discussion of what Zoom fatigue is and how to combat it. I'm thinking of hosting a virtual telethon to support finding a cure. You in?

  • How to Combat Zoom Fatigue (article talked about in this segment) my-ap.us/3fx0V6O
  • Zoom fatigue is real — here’s why video calls are so draining (brief article) my-ap.us/3fs8USo
  • 'Zoom fatigue,' explained by researchers (brief article) my-ap.us/2AZfv83
  • ‘ZOOM FATIGUE’ IS REAL. HERE’S WHY YOU’RE FEELING IT, AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT. (brief article) my-ap.us/38XnCyq

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Pandemic Heart

10 minutes

I'm calling it pandemic heart but experts call it stress cardiomyopathy.  It's also called broken heart syndrome and several other names. One of which involves fishing for octopuses. Whatever you call it, it's incidence has more than doubled due to the pandemic.

  • Word Dissection
    • stress cardiomyopathy
    • takotsubo cardiomyopathy
    • apical ballooning syndrome
  • Clarification: The ballooning characteristic of stress cardiomyopathy is often more pronounced in the apical region of the left ventricle. 
  • Incidence of Stress Cardiomyopathy During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic (research article) my-ap.us/3emx0g1
  • Researchers find rise in broken heart syndrome during COVID-19 pandemic (news summary of the research) my-ap.us/2ZmkKb7
  • Stress Cardiomyopathy Symptoms and Diagnosis (disease summary from Johns Hopkins) my-ap.us/2CtjE4x
  • Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy (disease summary that include a lot of great still and video images of this condition) my-ap.us/3ekWL09
  • Ancient catching octopus trap. (video showing one method for using takotsubo to catch octopuses) youtu.be/ac9XSKjabjI
  • Diagram of stress cardiomyopathy (A) compared to a normal ventricle (B) by J. Heuser my-ap.us/303stda

scheme of stress cardiomyopathy

 

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Even More Pandemic Teaching Tips | TAPP 72

 

After acknowledging racism as that other major pandemic we must fight, host Kevin Patton carries on with even more practical tips for teaching remotely—and for taking with us back to campus. Included are tips for creating and using a home office, even when there is no room, and advice on using our office space as a media studio. Plus a brief apology.
  • 00:59 | Pandemic Teaching. Still. And Again.
  • 06:58 | Sponsored by AAA
  • 07:43 | Faculty Office in a Box
  • 14:42 | Sponsored by HAPI
  • 15:36 | The Media-Friendly Faculty Office
  • 34:05 | Sponsored by HAPS
  • 34:46 | An Apology
  • 35:01 | Staying Connected
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The beauty of anti-racism is that you don’t have to pretend to be free of racism to be an anti-racist. Anti-racism is the commitment to fight racism wherever you find it, including in yourself. And it’s the only way forward. (Ijeoma Oluo)

Pandemic Teaching. Still. And Again.

6 minutes
Things happen. And we should be prepared for further shifts and sudden switches as we move through the summer sessions and into fall. As we deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, we also fight the effects of that other pandemic: racism.
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Faculty Office in a Box

7 minutes
Don't have an office space to use at home? Got you covered!
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The Media-Friendly Faculty Office

18 minutes
Audio and video tips for remote teaching—but which are useful for on-campus teaching, too.
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An Apology

1 minute
I ask forgiveness for using the term "Spanish flu," which is considered by many to be an insult to Spanish people. I used this term in Mid-Winter Winterizing of Our Courses | Bonus Episode 63
  • Spain hated being linked to the deadly 1918 flu pandemic. (Newspaper article) my-ap.us/2CQknwV
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Faculty Mindsets & Minority Student Achievement Gaps | Journal Club with Krista Rompolski | TAPP 71

 

Our second Journal Club episode pops in sooner than expected with a mind-blowing study that shows that when faculty believe that student ability is fixed (not flexible), under-represented minority students do not perform as well as in STEM courses taught by faculty with a growth mindset. Journal Club director Krista Rompolski joins Kevin for an important discussion.

  • 01:00 | Pandemic Teaching Book (please share!)
  • 02:12 | TAPP Journal Club with Krista Rompolski
  • 05:18 | Sponsored by AAA
  • 05:43 | Fixed & Growth Mindsets
  • 19:33 | Sponsored by HAPI
  • 20:38 | Applying Mindsets to Teaching
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  • 31:57 | Book Club: Mindset
  • 35:05 | Staying Connected

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The passion for stretching yourself and sticking to it, even (or especially) when it’s not going well, is the hallmark of the growth mindset. This is the mindset that allows people to thrive during some of the most challenging times in their lives. (Carol S. Dweck)

 

Pandemic Teaching

1 minute

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Journal Club with Krista Rompolski

3 minutes

  • Krista Rompolski joins us for a second (and sooner-than-expected) segment of:
    The A&P Professor Journal Club
  • STEM faculty who believe ability is fixed have larger racial achievement gaps and inspire less student motivation in their classes (TAPP Journal Club article from Science Advances) my-ap.us/3cNPO7l

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Fixed & Growth Mindsets

14 minutes

Kevin and Krista discuss their takes on the article. This wide ranging discussion visits many issues related to how a fixed mindset in faculty can adversely impact the learning of under-represented minority students when compared to a growth mindset—even  when considering factors such as experience, age, gender, color, and other faculty characteristics.

fixed mindset, growth mindset

 

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Applying Mindsets to Teaching

11 minutes

How can we use the information from the discussed article to inform our teaching and our lives? What steps can we take next?

Some additional links for consideration/discussion:

  • 27 Mistakes White Teachers of Black Students Make and How to Fix Them (blog post) my-ap.us/3dQbEYT
  • "I Don't See Color" Then you don't see me. (online article) my-ap.us/2MH2Dpl
  • A simple exercise on belonging helps black college students years later (article) my-ap.us/2Ur2zyf
  • 4 Ways That Scientists And Academics Can Effectively Combat Racism (article) my-ap.us/3dTNJIl

Growth Mindset

 

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Book Club

3 minutes

  • Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
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Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

 

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Test Question Templates Help Students Learn | TAPP 70

 

Greg Crowther joins host Kevin Patton for a conversation about retrieval practice, online formative testing, and Test Question Templates (TQTs). We learn how TQTs can help students learn and can help teachers prepare effective exams.

  • 00:44 | Pandemic Teaching Book (please share!)
  • 01:57 | Sponsored by AAA
  • 01:46 | Introducing Greg Crowther
  • 03:57 | Test Question Templates (TQTs)
  • 21:58 | Sponsored by HAPI
  • 22:46 | Higher-Level Test Questions
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  • 50:16 | Staying Connected

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When information overload occurs, pattern recognition is how to determine truth. (Marshall MacLuhan)

 

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Introducing Greg Crowther

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Greg Crowther, Ph.D., is a faculty member at Everett Community College (near Seattle) and has training and experience in both human biology and teaching/learning. His publications on using content-rich songs for learning have been widely cited. Greg's voice has been heard on previous episodes of this podcast.

a conversation with Greg Crowther

 

Test Question Templates (TQTs)

18 minutes

Greg Crowther begins by laying a foundation by chatting with Kevin Patton about content from recent episodes about retrieval practice. Greg then introduces his strategy involving Test Question Templates—or TQTs for short—which were recently described in a paper in the journal HAPS Educator.

HAPS Educator cover, Spring 2020

 

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Higher-Level Test Questions

27 minutes

The conversation continues with a deep dive into how Test Question Templates work—and how we and our students can use them in teaching and learning.

  • Testing in the Age of Active Learning: Test Question Templates Help to Align Activities and Assessments (Greg Crowther's paper in HAPS Educator) my-ap.us/hapsEDApr20

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