The Anatomy in Clay® Centers in Denver will hold a three-hour professional development class for teachers at RAFT (Resource Area for Teachers) on Thursday, July 24. The workshop will run from 9 a.m. to noon. RAFT is located 3827 Steele St. (Unit C).
Twelve teachers in the workshop will re-create all the functioning parts of the human hand using colored clay applied to a detailed, realistic plastic model. The workshop will be led by Anatomy in Clay founder Jon Zahourek. The hand model is one of many scale model options in the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System.
The workshop is one of a series of 30 hands-on workshops being offered in RAFT’s third annual symposium, which begins July 22 and runs through July 26. The symposium includes many hands-on classes for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teachers. RAFT specializes in providing teachers with interactive, hands-on resources for teachers and their students.
About the Anatomy in Clay Centers
The non-profit Anatomy in Clay Centers seeks to “promote and conduct anatomy education using an innovative method of instruction” in order to “empower self-discovery in each of us by forming anatomy with our own hands.”
Call 720-570-7820 or email email@example.com. Members of the media interested in learning more about the Anatomy in Clay Centers may contact Mark Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-495-8699).