Archive - January 2013


…students enjoy working with the clay and research has shown that when students see, hear, and touch as they learn, the knowledge retention is increased significantly. We highly recommend the use of the Anatomy in Clay® products from Zahourek Systems, Inc. and plan to continue to implement as the “dissection” component of our Anatomy and Physiology coursework.

Patty Harrison Secondary Science Coordinator, Alief, ISD, Houston,TX

Clay modeling opens up “little window” to reveal broad perspective at CSU CANIKEN® Workshop

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Students engaged in two full days of hands-on clay building of canine anatomy onto our CANIKEN® Models during a workshop lead by student Robyn O’Kane January 14 and 15.

Although anatomy coursework is sometimes approached with apprehension due to the amount of memorization required, as well as frequent ethical concerns, students at the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine embraced the ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System with excitement and an eagerness to get involved. Read More


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