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Anatomy in Clay Learning System Workshop - Orlando

When: Thursday, July 25, 2013 8:00 AM - Friday, July 26, 2013 9:00 AM

Where: Orlando, Florida


In this two-day workshop, attendees will build human anatomy using clay and a specially designed skeletal model, in a classroom setting. The goal: Explore anatomy from the inside out! Educators will learn how to implement the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System, a unique curriculum system that helps students create a kinesthetic map of the human anatomy. Acquire the knowledge to engage health science students with immediate, hands-on learning using a proven method that is nationally recognized to increase student retention and test scores.

The workshop will emphasize the skeletal system, exploring directional terms, muscle and bone morphology, as well as concepts that will lead into other body systems. It will also demonstrate how to create true inspiration in the classroom, with results that can guide students into the world of medicine and health-related careers. This is an amazing discovery of interactive teaching and multi-sensory learning, with decades of verifiable results.

Contact maura@anatomyinclay.com or visit www.anatomyinclay.com for more details.

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