BOSTON, ZURICH and COPENHAGEN — Wednesday, December 8, 2021 — Ten educators across the globe that have blazed a trail of innovation and creativity in schooling the next generation have been recognized for their transformative course stewardship work by Labster, the world’s leading platform for virtual labs and science simulations.
The educators selected include seven higher education professors and three high school science teachers.
Labster founder Michael Bodekaer Jensen said: “The STEM Excellence Awards honor the changemakers in education who are embracing edtech innovation to make a measurable impact within their community. Their achievements create greater awareness of the remarkable work happening in the sector.”
“We also selected Charles Best, CEO and Founder of DonorsChoose as our Hero Award recipient for his lifetime achievement on his groundbreaking education platform DonorsChoose. It has empowered thousands of public school teachers to request much-needed materials for their students. DonorsChoose is open to all public and charter schools in the United States, as well as GED programs run by public school systems,” explained Hope Frank, Chief Marketing Officer, Labster. “We are recognizing and supporting DonorsChoose teachers with a Labster Holiday Match program, December 14, 2021 - February 14, 2022.”
DonorsChoose founder and CEO Charles Best said: “I’m honored by this selection, yet it’s the educators who persevere through changes in online, face-to-face, and hybrid teaching modalities who continue to inspire me.”
The winners of Labster’s Teacher Excellence Awards are:
Detail on award winners can be found here.
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