Wed., Feb. 10 – LabXChange &/or Wed., Feb. 24 – Virtual Teaching Tools

Wednesday, Feb 10, 4 – 6pm.

Incorporating Free LabXChange Resources Into Your Remote/Hybrid Learning

(Geared toward 9-12 grade Biology, Chemistry, Biomed Pathway Teachers)

Presenters: Tim Blesse, Teacher Program Coordinator, Denver Museum Nature & Science; Jessica Silverman, Content Collaborations Manager, LabXchange; Meg John, Vice President, Colorado Bio Science Institute

Looking for some free field-tested biology and chemistry teaching on-line resources?  The free LabXChange learning pathways from Harvard can be used “as is”, or you can incorporate them into your existing lesson storylines. The free videos, simulations, virtual labs, and organizational tools have been proven to increase two things we find challenging in these remote and hybrid learning environments : student engagement and agency. Get ahead of the curve with this nationally recognized, research-based, inquiry teaching approach. Experience LabXChange’s resources in a workshop led by a former high school teacher and national trainer. 

This LabXchange teacher training is hosted for free by the Colorado BioScience Institute, 501(c)3, due to a generous donation from the Amgen Foundation, which seeks to advance excellence in science education to inspire the next generation of innovators. 

Wednesday February 24, 2021, 4 – 6 pm

Virtual Teaching Tools – Getting students actively engaged in your online classroom and beyond!

Presenter(s) : Robin Walters (SCHS), Megan Caraway(VRHS), Mary Mulikin (VRHS), Sahvannah Mease (VRHS)

Imagine if you could engage every student in your class, every day. What if you could instantly see who’s confused and who’s ready for more?  Wondering if there are ways to get your students to be more engaged and interact with content while e-learning? Join us as local teachers share with you 3 simple Google teaching tools that engage and involve students.

  • Create and use Interactive Google Slides (Robin)
  • Explore Pear Deck and Google Slides (Megan)
  • Learn how to use Google Forms to create “Escape Classrooms” via “Digital Breakouts” (Mary and  Sahvannah)