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Carl Perkins SIM: Anatomy in Clay

with Dan Whisler & Clelia McCrory

November 20 - 21, 2019
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
(lunch on your own)

at the Southwest Plains Conference Center
810 W. Lark Avenue, Sublette

Ignite passion in your health science classroom by attending an engaging, multi-sensory, hands-on workshop of human anatomy. Participants will play the role of a student, participating in learning activities of the skeletal, muscular, nervous, digestive, urinary, cardiovascular and lymphatic systems.

 “Anatomy in Clay” will provide hands-on professional development in which participants learn step-by-step how to build the anatomical human body parts (with clay upon their manikin stations) using a sequenced, system-by-system approach.  The clay is color-coded to build aspects such as veins, arteries, muscles, organs, etc. Participants will take their reusable manikin station back to their school along with supporting handouts so that they can start to immediately use it for demonstration so that all students can learn the anatomy through a tactile approach. 


A Health Science Pathway addresses the #1 statewide labor market need of health care jobs and is doable in districts of all sizes. The C.N.A. certification that is part of this pathway (taken through a local community college) makes possible a great entry level job while pursuing additional postsecondary training in health care or even another career choice.



CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for this 2 day workshop

Registration is requested no later than November 6th in order to allow sufficient time to place materials order.  Class size limited to 30 participants.

Registration Fee:
$625 for SWP members (includes $350 materials fee)
$670 for non members (includes $350 materials fee)
FREE to SWP Carl Perkins Consortium Members

College Credit Available: 0.5 college credit hour ($45 payable to MidAmerica Nazarene)


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