Great Ways to Learn Anatomy and Physiology
Palgrave Study Skills
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|Format: ||Paperback, 192 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 14 September 2009|
This highly visual text is the perfect companion for anyone studying anatomy and physiology. Offering innovative techniques to help students with their learning, this user-friendly, accessible study skills text is the perfect accompaniment to any course or textbook. Complex processes are brought to life with imaginative diagrams and storylines which aid understanding, reinforce memory and also support students with memory, dyslexic or mathematical difficulties.
Table of Contents
Introduction Relax and Take Control Bodymaps Timing is Everything A Picture is Worth a 1000 Words All Your Senses Think-a-Link Memory Tricks Spelling: The 'WAM' Way Read Right Cool Calculations Favourite Resources Acknowledgements
About the Author
CHARMAINE McKISSOCK has helped countless students find ways to learn more easily and succeed in their goals. She has contributed widely to the understanding of adult dyslexia and other learning differences. She has worked in college, university, health and community settings. She currently practises as a consultant, trainer, writer and therapist.
'This new study guide [...] offers a refreshing way to learn anatomy and physiology. The book gives excellent tips to save time, make learning easier, improve memory and enhance our knowledge base.' - Nursing Standard 'This book has lots of different types of concept maps, flow diagrams and linear maps to show how information can be represented in a way that suits different learning styles. It also represents the same information (on digestion for example) in different ways using different maps/lists and demonstrates how each one can be used at different stages of the learning process, adding complexity. For example using exam style written answers using colour to highlight areas on the maps. As the student becomes more confident in their understanding and recall they can use different maps or use examples presented as Inspiration.' Kerry Pace, Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) Tutor, University of Hull
|Publisher: ||Palgrave Macmillan|
|Dimensions: ||24.0 x 18.0 x 1.0 centimetres (0.40 kg)|