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COOLbox (Curated Objects Of Learning): Launch Ramp

Got Self-Directed Learning? - The COOLbox is a vetted repository of resources aligned with the learning objectives of the SEACHange curriculum in support of student-self-directed learning.

ALL WEEKS

Digital Storytelling Resources

Weeks 5 & 6

Images

Music

Sound effects

Communication Skills

Week 4

Week 3

Week 2

Week 1

TBL Resources

Week 2

REQUIRED READING BEFORE TBL on June 22, 2016 

 "How to interpret and pursue an abnormal complete blood cell count in adults. Mayo Clin Proc July 2005. 80(7): 923-936.
Objectives:
Obj 1: Discuss hematopoiesis as an example of a cellular developmental process
Obj 2: Compare and contrast different types of anemia, particularly pathophysiological aspects and bone marrow changes

Evidence-based Medicine - Tools for Working with the Literature

DIRECTED LEARNING

Week 7

PBL Learning Objects

Week 3
SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING RESOURCES

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=542CMooowNY
Description: 4 minute Khan academy video outlining basics of cell cycle and checkpoints.
Objective 1: Explain basic cellular processes including nucleotide metabolism, cell division and cell cycle.

Week 2
SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING RESOURCES

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWtXthfG9_M
Description: Khan academy video of Hemoglobin. Discusses cooperative binding and allosteric inhibition of hemoglobin binding of O2 by CO2 and H+.
Objectives: 
Obj 1: Analyze the concept of protein structure-function using Hemoglobin as an example
Obj 2: Explain how hemoglobin structure relates to its function in oxygen and CO2 transport

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91c04OoTEJs
Description: Brief, concise well paced video lecture comparing hemoglobin and myoglobin structure and functions.
Objectives: 

Obj 1: Analyze the concept of protein structure-function using Hb as an example
Obj 2: Explain how hemoglobin structure relates to its function in oxygen and CO2 transport
Obj 3: Compare myoglobin and hemoglobin in terms of protein structure and oxygen binding capabilities

VIDEO:  http://biochem.web.utah.edu/iwasa/projects/hemoglobin.html
Description: Loop movies representing conformation of hemoglobin in T and R states.
Objective:

Obj 1: Explain how hemoglobin structure relates to its function in oxygen and CO2 transport

INTERACTIVE PPT LECTURE: Click here
Description: This lecture provided by Dr. Barral discusses basics of cellular constituents of blood.
Objectives:
Obj 1: Discuss hematopoiesis as an example of a cellular developmental process
Obj 2: Compare and contrast different types of anemia, particularly pathophysiological aspects and bone marrow changes

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTo4LnXonTk
Description: You tube video from Texas A&M professor. It is a lecture on hematopoesis, especially on histology of erythroid cell development stages. Emphasizes morphologic changes in nuclear and cytoplasmic features during erythroid development.
Objectives:
Obj 1: Discuss hematopoiesis as an example of a cellular developmental process. 

Obj 2: Relate derangements in hematopoeisis to various causes and types of anemia.

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJqHdwgFH3c
Description
Shot gun histology, narrated virtual "tour" of histology of peripheral blood smear (normal). Six minutes long.
Objectives: 

Obj 1: Describe and recognize the cellular constituents of blood.

Week 9