• The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    …students enjoy working with clay, and I love working among them, teaching, helping, and listening. It’s so gratifying to hear them using anatomical terminology when they don’t even know I’m listening.

  • The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    I have seen a dramatic increase in student interest, enthusiasm, and understanding. I even have parents telling me how much their kids love anatomy and using the ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System.

  • The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    I am not exaggerating when I say that (the) ANATOMY IN CLAY® System has changed my life as a teacher and an artist. It has provided me a way to share with my students a tactical knowledge of the body.

 




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We believe in the power of hands-on learning. Students who sculpt body systems develop an indelible understanding of anatomy, biomechanics, and the structures we share. ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System provides human and animal learning systems that build confidence and mastery of form and function.

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    Use our models to teach skeletal, muscular, and other body systems in a powerful and effective way. Our product line includes handcrafted models for a variety of vertebrates, including humans, dogs, and horses.

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    Learn how to use our systems to help your students master anatomy and physiology. We offer a variety of workshops and self-guided training materials to fit your learning style and busy schedule.

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A few shots from the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System portion of the two-day workshop this past weekend (Nov. 19 and 20).

The workshop was a collaboration with the Colorado Learning Center of Human Anatomy (CLCHA) and focused on the muscles of the leg. The workshop allowed students to study using two proven techniques for learning anatomy, alternating back and forth between building clay onto model skeletal sculptures and examining the preserved cadaveric specimen.

The classes were co-taught by Jon Zahourek, founder of the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System and CLCHA founder Bev Boyer. See MoreSee Less

A few shots from the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System portion of the two-day workshop this past weekend (Nov. 19 and 20).

The workshop was a collaboration with the Colorado Learning Center of Human Anatomy (CLCHA) and focused on the muscles of the leg. The workshop allowed students to study using two proven techniques for learning anatomy, alternating back and forth between building clay onto model skeletal sculptures and examining the preserved cadaveric specimen.

The classes were co-taught by Jon Zahourek, founder of the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System and CLCHA founder Bev Boyer.

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Anatomy in Clay® Learning System shared Debranne Pattillo‘s post. See MoreSee Less

Don’t miss this great opportunity to study with Master Jon Zahourek at his Denver, Colorado studio May 17-23, 2017 for the Equine CoreData™1 course. Please email me at ronamead(at)gmail.com for the registration form. They are currently offering $250 off the normal $1595 tuition if you register by December 15th. This year I am also offering the externship free of charge to Equinology students who attend the course. The tuition includes rental of the model and all course supplies. I love this course and can’t wait to be there again this year.

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We are in the midst of our biggest fundraiser to help students and educators access ANATOMY IN CLAY camps.

Our ANATOMY IN CLAY® workshops transforms child’s play into rigorous learning. What you may not realize, is that this hands-on building technique also helps with your confidence and critical thinking skills; and embeds the knowledge in your memory; The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands Have Learned™

Today, we are in the process of creating Zoology Camps and Scholarships specifically for kids who cannot afford this life-changing experience. In doing this we need your help, and by help, we mean money. ANATOMY IN CLAY Centers is asking you to donate, with $5, $10, $25 or whatever feels right to you. There’s no donation too large (although you can try) or too small.

Simply visit
www.anatomyinclaycenters-donate.org

ANATOMY IN CLAY® Centers is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. See MoreSee Less

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