We will discuss two types of kinesthetic activities: one in which the student plays the part of a physiological molecule or sensor and one in which a mechanical simulator is used to generate “experimental” physiological data. Participants will be asked to provide insights into the advantages and disadvantages of both of these approaches. We will also discuss whether the value and reward of publishing these activities is worth the effort. Participants will also have an opportunity to begin to develop a kinesthetic of their own.
Dr. Mark Milanick
Professor of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology