Anatomy In Clay® Webinar Recordings
Anatomy In Clay® Webinar: Inspiring Elementary Students About Science
Watch as Marc Straub, Executive Director of Cool Science, discusses his organization's approach to inspiring elementary school students about science. Marc shares a range of resources and approaches designed to support elementary teachers with science instruction, while also reviewing the importance of early implementation of health, biology and anatomy education. In proud collaboration with Cool Science | www.coolscience.org For more information about the Anatomy In Clay® Learning System, please visit: www.anatomyinclay.com "The Mind Cannot Forget What The Hands Have Learned.™" © 2022 Zahourek Systems, Inc. and Affiliates. All Rights Reserved.
Anatomy In Clay® Webinar: Veterinary Anatomy Education - Common Practices and Undergraduate Preparedness
Watch Dr. Joshua Rowe, Associate Professor of Anatomy at Texas Tech University, as he discusses common practices in veterinary anatomy education and observations regarding undergraduate preparedness. He shares the range of resources he uses, their applications, benefits, and challenges. For more information about the Anatomy In Clay® Learning System, please visit: www.anatomyinclay.com "The Mind Cannot Forget What The Hands Have Learned.™"
Live Webinar: Health Sciences Career Education & Grant Funding in the High School Setting
Watch as Dan Whisler and Clelia McCrory discuss their comprehensive approach to teaching health sciences career education with ESSDACK. They talk through best practices in preparing the healthcare workforce of tomorrow, as well as sources of funding and grants for health science programs. Download accompanying PowerPoint slides here: https://bit.ly/3vFnhLr The views presented in this webinar are solely those of Dan Whisler and Clelia McCrory. They are not intended to represent the views of ESSDACK or of the providers of the Anatomy In Clay® Learning System.
Live Webinar: A Comprehensive Approach to Anatomy Education in the University Setting
Watch as Dr. Beth Moody Jones, Division Chief and Gross Anatomy Professor, discusses her comprehensive approach to teaching graduate-level Anatomy to students of the Physical Therapy Program at the University of New Mexico. She discusses taking concepts that are needed for clinical practice and presenting them in different ways -- approaching a different type of learning. In appreciation of Dr. Beth Moody Jones’ time for this webinar, a donation was made to the Faculty Emeritus Scholarship Fund to support physical therapy students at the University of New Mexico. The views presented in this webinar are solely those of Dr. Beth Moody Jones. They are not intended to represent the views of the University of New Mexico or of the providers of the Anatomy In Clay® Learning System.