When Randolph High School went remote during COVID, Anthony Emmons was determined to create a 100% synchronous, active learning environment online. Emmons, the STEM Supervisor, was looking for a virtual lab tool that went beyond simply modeling and observing phenomena. He wanted a tool to support exploration and inquiry-based learning. Giving students access to interactive, engaging science learning experience turned out to be easier than he thought — Labster proved to be the science education platform he was looking for.
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How virtual labs support student-centered learning
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Why Randolph High School says it got its money’s worth