The Labster Podcast gives science educators like you a chance to hear from peers who teach with Labster’s virtual labs and other educational technologies. We’ll reflect on learning and curriculum design, and leave you feeling inspired and energized about reaching and teaching your students.
Trailer: The Labster Podcast
April: Hey everyone, it’s your hosts April
SJ: and SJ
April: and we’re excited to share The Labster Podcast with you!
SJ: The Labster Podcast is meant to give science educators like you a chance to hear from peers who teach with Labster’s virtual labs and other new learning technologies.
April: We’ll take the time to reflect on teaching and curriculum design - and we’ll even take a peek behind the scenes at how Labster creates award-winning lab simulations for high school and higher ed.
SJ: Every two weeks you’ll get a new, 20-minute episode where we dive into topics like accessibility and inclusion, how to engage back row students, and ideas for transforming science education.
April: Whether it’s just the two of us talking with you or we’re interviewing a special guest, we can promise you’ll take away something valuable from each episode.
SJ: Our hope is that you’ll leave feeling really inspired and energized about reaching and teaching your students.
April: To get our latest episodes as soon as they’re released, please subscribe to The Labster Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Until next time, keep teaching, keep learning, and stay safe!
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