LabXchange will help my students synthesize and reflect on the processes that we are doing in class. We are so short on time in class and this gives the students a chance to preview the material and then be prepared and ready to go when they are in class.
Linda Tanini, Science Teacher, Chelmsford High School
LabXchange will allow me to dynamically present content to my students, in an accessible way. It will be wonderful to have a treasure trove of great resources in one place rather than risking a Google search.
Gina Castellanos Ellsworth, Science Teacher, Boston Latin School
LabXchange gives my students another way to make sense and build their understanding of the labs in a format that is accessible anywhere. In addition, I am really excited that LabXchange is working on developing resources around the scientific process that will engage my students in a way that traditional lessons may not.
Melissa Puopolo, Science Teacher, Chelsea High School
LabXchange will give students across all financial and academic environments to explore labs that are relative to today’s biotechnology industry without having to worry about equipment, safety or cost.
Debora O’Reilly, Science Teacher, Essex Technical School
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