Engaging College Students in Human Anatomy Education
Meet Your Presenter
Professor Hamilton-Fay joined the University of Scranton faculty in 2008. She earned her B.S. from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and her M.S. from the University of Colorado Boulder. While at CU Boulder, Prof. Hamilton-Fay studied the effects of aging on vascular endothelial function in the Integrative Physiology of Aging Laboratory.
Tara is a member of the American Association for Anatomy.
Tara has used the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System for years as part of her anatomy instruction in the university setting.
Tara Hamilton-Fay, M.S.
Faculty Specialist of Biology
University of Scranton | Scranton, PA
This Webinar is designed both for educators and students involved in the study of human anatomy. The content will be focused primarily on teaching approaches and resources designed to effectively engage students in the study of human anatomy. The Webinar will be live, with time at the end for Q&A for program participants.
Educators will be exposed to some of the challenges / issues involved in traditional human anatomy education – as such, they will learn how to address these issues in their classroom.
Educators will learn more about strategies to better educate students with a variety of learning styles.
Participants will be presented several external resources designed to heighten the impact of human anatomy education, including the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System, along with supporting research exploring the educational impact of this learning system compared to traditional anatomy educational methods.