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2016 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Revitalizing Your Medical Physics Classroom: Some Examples and Thoughts From the Trenches


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Incorporating Active Learning into Medical Physics Education
Jay Burmeister, PhD Wayne State Univ School of Medicine
burmeist@karmanos.org


Handout(s): 115-31571-385514-118553.pdf
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Introduction - Victor Montemayor, PhD Germantown Academy
Making the Most of a One Hour Lecture with Alternative Teaching Methodologies: Implementing Project-based and Flipped Learning - Rebecca Howell, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Creative Simulation: A Flexible Hands-on Approach to Building a Deeper Understanding of Critical Concepts in Radiation Physics - Shahid Naqvi, PhD Saint Agnes Cancer Institute
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Panel Discussion - Victor Montemayor, PhD Germantown Academy
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