Tag Archives: Science

Educator Spotlight: Nikki Malhotra

Educator Spotlight: Nikki Malhotra

Earlier this year, we had the opportunity to chat with Dr. Nikki Malhotra, a teacher at Thousand Oaks High School in Thousand Oaks, California, about her experiences using LabXchange. Dr. Malhotra holds a Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia, and spent time working as a research scientist and lecturer at the University of California, Santa Barbara. When she decided

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Educator Spotlight: Robert Lue, Harvard University (Part 2)

Educator Spotlight: Robert Lue, Harvard University (Part 2)

Robert Lue is faculty director and principal investigator of LabXchange. At Harvard University, Rob is a professor of the practice of molecular and cellular biology who is known for his work fostering innovative teaching and learning. He was founding faculty director of HarvardX, and currently serves as Richard L. Menschel Faculty Director of the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and

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March Virtual PD Workshop Sessions: Remote Learning with LabXchange

March Virtual PD Workshop Sessions: Remote Learning with LabXchange

LabXchange is offering virtual professional development workshops in March 2020 to support educators in creating their own customized learning pathways. In the workshops, you will: Learn how LabXchange can support differentiated, student-centered online learning. Take a guided tour of the different ways both educators and students can use LabXchange to personalize learning. Learn how the classes feature of LabXchange protects

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Educator Spotlight: Debora O’Reilly and Mary Liu

Educator Spotlight: Debora O’Reilly and Mary Liu

At LabXchange, educators are at the heart of what we do. Nothing makes us more excited than hearing from teachers who use LabXchange in their classrooms! This month, we spoke with Mary Liu and Debora O’Reilly, two Massachusetts teachers who have been piloting LabXchange with their students since beta testing began. If you are using LabXchange with your class and

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The Art of Failure

The Art of Failure

On a fine (rainy) Tuesday in September, LabXchange’s office was dark, silent, and empty. LabXchange members could be found, instead, crawling like rats, hanging off bars, and hiding from zombie babies, (Just the usual, right?)