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"On Demand" learning enables you to master topics that are relevant to you at a time that works for your busy schedule. You have ninety days of endless viewing to take this course, whether you want to binge for two days straight, or take it an hour at a time.
Your MANIKEN® model(s), clay, tools, and supplies are shipped directly to you. Add in your work space, internet connection, and device with an internet browser, then you have all you need to complete your ANATOMY IN CLAY® On Demand Professional Development.
No need to cancel due to weather, illness or even a global pandemic (looking at you here, coronavirus). Your ANATOMY IN CLAY® On Demand Professional Development will be here for you when you're ready.
Included with your Anatomy On Demand™ Professional Development are one-on-one coaching sessions with your Education Consultant. They’ll be your partner in every part of your course, via your preferred method of contact. Video coaching sessions with your Education Consultant are also available. They are a quick click away, and will always be complimentary to you, as a professional development participant.
The convenience and flexibility of ANATOMY IN CLAY® On Demand Professional Development courses eliminate some of the biggest (and hidden) expenses of continuing education, such as: substitute teacher, travel, food, accommodations and time. Oh, and did we mention that you get to keep EVERYTHING you receive in your shipment including your model(s)?!
Anatomy On Demand™ Professional Development courses are available to those residing in the contiguous United States, Hawaii and Alaska. Free ground shipping for Anatomy On Demand™ materials is included for all addresses within these states, excluding Hawaii and Alaska.
"... the course is fantastic. I have been teaching science over thirty years, am a board-certified radiologist, and have taught anatomy to radiology residents, PT students, and gifted high schoolers. In less than two hours, I have already gained a WEALTH of great ideas.
I hoped to take this course in person with other teachers but, actually ... remote learning is most likely how we will be teaching this fall. So that is an added benefit of doing the course in this format."
Philip Jeffery, MD
Science Department Chair
Hunter College High School, New York, NY
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