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Clay Modeling As a Method to Learn Human Muscles: A Community College Study

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Description This article describes a study evaluating the effectiveness of clay modeling vs. cat dissection in helping students learn the muscles of a human. Outcomes discuss the improved performance of the clay modeling group over the cat dissection group. This study is focused on students at the community college level.
Type of Resource Journal Article/Issue, Laboratory or Hands-On Activity, Teaching Strategies & Guidelines
Format Portable Document Format - PDF
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Carol Haspel, LaGuardia Community College
Howard Motoike, LaGuardia Community College
Robyn O'Kane, LaGuardia Community College
Erez Lenchner, LaGuardia Community College
Development Date February 1, 2009
Grade/Age Level Undergraduate lower division (Grades 13-14)
Learning Time <=1 hour
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed by Partner Organization
Review Date September 19, 2011
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