We’re happy to announce the release of new learning resources for your high school students. These supplements, in combination with simulations, allow you to scaffold students' learning around key concepts. We wanted to make it easier for teachers by creating these ready-to-use supplemental resources. Otherwise, you may have to either spend time creating your own supplements or even spend money to buy pre-made materials!
We’ve released this set of supplements to accompany key high school-level simulations. The supplements are designed to help enhance the teaching experience and make Labster simulations easier to integrate into your curriculum. The first batch will complement 10 high school-level biology and chemistry simulations.
Lesson Plan: A complete guide to review the learning objectives of the simulation, standards alignment, and how the simulation and supplements can best fit your lesson
Introductory Material: Slides with images, videos, and examples to introduce the lesson and get your class’s attention
Vocabulary: Anchor the definitions included in the simulation by asking your students to complete a vocabulary worksheet
Exit Ticket: Make sure your class gets the essential concepts before the lesson ends. Use the Google Form version to have the questions automatically graded
Student Worksheet: Assess the knowledge by asking the class to apply the concepts learned to the Student Worksheet
The supplements are designed using the 5E Model of Instruction.
Biology lab supplements:
Chemistry lab supplements:
Access these new resources on the Labster learning platform.
In addition to these new supplements for high school, most every Labster simulation is accompanied by similar resources like quiz questions, theory pages and lab manuals to maximize the learning experience. Learn more about what's included in your Labster subscription here.
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