In case you are not aware, the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System has launched a new podcast.
The podcast’s scope is straightforward—conversations with teachers and students who use the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System, which provides the most effective, informative and relevant anatomy education through the power of hands-on learning.
We’re writing today to invite your suggestions and ideas.
If you are someone who uses Anatomy in Clay in your classroom (at whatever level) we would love to schedule an interview with you and find out how you incorporate the system in your teaching.
And if you are a student, we would love to schedule an interview with you and find out how the system has helped your learning.
Here are a samples of a few podcast episodes to date:
· An interview with Brandee Gillham, who is teaching the On Demand Professional Development course Musculoskeletal & Body Systems.
· An interview with Jessica Kole at Colorado’s W.O.L.F. Sanctuary and a key moment in Jon Zahourek’s work on canine anatomy.
· An interview with Debbi Warren, who is teaching the On Demand Professional Development course Medical Career Pathways.
· An interview with Lynne Ross, who runs the Human Anatomy Learning Center at Pueblo Community College.
· An interview with Renee Melo, a high school anatomy teacher in Ceres, California (who tapped federal CARES Act funding to fill out her Anatomy in Clay supplies!)
· An interview with high school teacher Cassie Geis from Topeka, Kansas.
The podcasts are hosted by Mark Stevens, who has been assisting Anatomy in Clay with communications for many years.
Please subscribe via your favorite podcast provider and please let us know if you have any suggestions at all for content!
We would love to hear from you. Send an email to info@AnatomyinClay.com and we will follow up.