Have you ever wondered how students actually learn from simulations? As a strong proponent of experiential learning, Dr. Amber Kool decided to conduct research to answer this question. What she discovered may come as a surprise.It turns out that learning may not take place during the simulation as much as after. And even more surprising, students are not the only ones who are impacted by simulations – instructors often find their roles shifting when they teach with virtual science labs. Find out more when Dr. Kool shares her findings about teaching with simulations as well as her experience assigning Labster to students at the Arizona College of Nursing. About us:Labster’s virtual lab simulations designed to stimulate students’ natural curiosity and highlight the connection between science and the real world. Students perform realistic lab experiments, learn key scientific concepts, and practice their skills in a fun, risk-free virtual learning environment. Labster’s 160+ virtual labs cover the fundamentals of biology, chemistry, physics, and general sciences. Simulations can be easily integrated into LMS systems to allow for student progress monitoring and grading. They can be used as a full lab replacement or a supplemental learning activity. Published research has shown Labster to dramatically improve learning outcomes and increase student engagement.Visit our website: https://www.labster.com/ Subscribe to our other channels: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/labster Twitter: https://twitter.com/labster Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teamlabster Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labstergram/

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