Archive - January 2012


…as a teacher (as well as an RN), it makes my day to be teaching with the models now. I know my students are really learning anatomy by building in clay both in my live classes and my distance learning interactive television classes. I cannot imagine learning anatomy and physiology without the models!

Valerie Heuchert, RN, Health Careers Instructor, North Valley Career and Technical Center, Grafton, ND

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Welcome to the ANATOMY IN CLAY® Blog! Here we will post updates, highlight innovative instructors, invite your comments and suggestions, ask for your input as we build a “Tips” section on our website, and otherwise engage with you – our great, diverse community of educators and students.

Pictured left is Teri Fleming teaching at one of our Professional Development Workshops where educators can earn ECU’s while learning how to utilize the ANATOMY IN CLAY® System in their classrooms.

Teri, a recently retired Science Instructor from Houston, TX,  joined our team of educator advocates over ten years ago to help implement the Learning System into schools all across the U.S. She has witnessed literally thousands of student success stories and knows firsthand that the pedagogy really works!

What have you experienced in the classroom while utilizing the ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System? Please share one of your success stories or a challenge you have encountered.


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