When you visit the MedTerm Topics blog, are you interested in doing the crosswords only? Or perhaps only the quizzes? Are you interested in knowing which posts you can use for the chapter you are teaching or studying? Read this post and find out how to easily and quickly find what you are looking for.
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Do you find teaching anatomic planes challenging? Watch this short video; it’s a great tutorial for using play dough to teach anatomic planes in the classroom.
Does the combining form in medical terms relating to childbirth describe the mother or the newborn? Read the article to find out an easy way to remember.
Are you looking for different ways to present class content or stay on top of new medical terms? Consider using bi-weekly posts from MedTerm Topics in your classroom.
Are your students’ minds elsewhere when you begin class? Cell phones? Instagram? Student loans? Try using chapter pretests to bring your students into the present. Click below to learn more.
FACULTY SUPPORT – You have just said “yes” to teaching your first medical terminology course. Now what?
Students are asked to spend 15-20 minutes interviewing a healthcare professional to discuss how medical language is used on the job and share what they find with the class as a whole.
A student recently shared she still has a hard time distinguishing the terms cholelithiasis and choledocholithiasis. Read the steps you can use to help students sort out the difference.