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In this Lab4U podcast hosted by Komal Dadlani we talk about science education, STEM education, science literacy, inquiry-based learning, new ed-tech solutions and much more.

(Para nuestro podcast en español busca Lab4U Talks - Español)

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In this Lab4U podcast hosted by Komal Dadlani we talk about science education, STEM education, science literacy, inquiry-based learning, new ed-tech solutions and much more.

(Para nuestro podcast en español busca Lab4U Talks - Español)

    6. Inspiring Students to Solve Real-World Problems with Martha Styer

    6. Inspiring Students to Solve Real-World Problems with Martha Styer

    This week, we’re speaking with an MVP in Lab4U’s universe, celebrated engineer and high school physics teacher Mrs. Martha Styer. Martha breaks down for us how high school lab work can spark a student’s success in and out of the classroom. Also, as a Latina engineer, she explains why it’s critical to encourage people of all backgrounds, but especially girls and latinxs to pursue engineering. We hope you’ll join us!

    For a brief recap of this episode, check out or blog at www.lab4u.co/en/blog

    Questions? We’d love to hear from you. Email us at info@lab4u.co.

    Graphic Design and Production by Jose Ferrada, Art Director at Lab4U

    Music Credits: Cool Intro - Stings by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

    • 38 min
    5. Education Technology for the Future of the Workforce with Sylvain Kalache

    5. Education Technology for the Future of the Workforce with Sylvain Kalache

    In this episode, we have Sylvain Kalache as a guest, who has worked with some of the best companies in the world. Sylvain is the Co-founder of Holberton. He is an entrepreneur  and  Software Engineer, who has been developing his career in the tech industry for more than a decade.

    For more information about Sylvain, check out his website: https://www.sylvainkalache.com/ where he writes about technology, education and startups.

    For more information on this episode and Lab4U, please visit our blog at www.lab4u.co or write to us at info@lab4u.co

    Graphic Design by Jose Ferrada, Art Director at Lab4U

    Distribution and Production by our friends from Leaf

    Music Credits: Cool Intro - Stings by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

    • 22 min
    4. Catalyzing STEM Education for the Next Generation of Scientists and Problem-Solvers

    4. Catalyzing STEM Education for the Next Generation of Scientists and Problem-Solvers

    In this episode we have a special guest, someone we admire very much and is a great partner of Lab4U, Dr. James Caras. You will listen to us talk about software that helps educators and instructors inspire students to become the next generation of scientists, and problem solvers.

    James Caras is a leader in STEM education, a mentor and advisor at Lab4U, a serial ed-tech entrepreneur and a brilliant scientist and educator, who is also CEO/Co-Founder of Catalyst Education. In addition, he founded Sapling Learning, which was later acquired by Macmillan and continues to impact millions of science educators worldwide.

    For more information on this episode and Lab4U, please visit our blog at www.lab4u.co or write to us at info@lab4u.co

    Audio Production: Jose Ferrada, Lab4U

    Music Credits: Cool Intro - Stings by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

    • 26 min
    3. “Resetting the way we teach science is vital for all our futures”

    3. “Resetting the way we teach science is vital for all our futures”

    In this episode we speak about an article our host Komal Dadlani recently co-authored with her friend Marga Gual for the World Economic Forum, titled  “Resetting the way we teach science is vital for all our futures”. So in this podcast episode we speak about  how COVID-19 has forced big changes in the way lessons are delivered, we speak about the importance of 21st century skills sharing some insights on what we have seen in school around the world.

    For more information visit the published article on World Economic Forum https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/08/science-education-reset-stem-technology/ 

    For more information about Lab4U, visit us at www.lab4u.co , leave us a comment or review on Apple Podcast or you can write to us at info@lab4u.co 

    Audio production by Jose Ferrada at Lab4U. 

    • 32 min
    2. Building communities of practice while implementing Lab4U

    2. Building communities of practice while implementing Lab4U

    Building communities of practice while implementing Lab4U

    In the previous episode, Komal spoke with Nathan about the achievement gap, and his experience as a teacher in the US and in Mexico.

    In this second episode we talk about how we could solve the problems in science education building a better future. At Lab4U we are moving the needle to make sure students have access to quality science education.

    To make education accessible to everyone, Lab4U partnered with the US Embassy and CEMEX to launch a scholarship program for science teachers in Mexico, empowering them with tools to change the way they teach science remotely.

    Listen to this episode and learn how Nathan built a community of practice with science teachers making a difference in the lives of thousands of students during a pandemic.

    To learn more about Lab4U, visit us at: www.lab4u.co  or write to us at info@lab4u.co

    Audio Production: Jose Ferrada, Lab4U

    Distribution: masmas (++)

    Music Credits: Cool Intro - Stings by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license

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    • 24 min
    1. “Democratizing science education and reducing the achievement gap” with Nathan Marks

    1. “Democratizing science education and reducing the achievement gap” with Nathan Marks

    In this first episode of Lab4U Talks, we discuss about equity and inequality in education and how education technology can be an equalizer to reduce the achievement gap. This is a very important topic for us, because core to our mission is the idea that talent is universal but opportunities are not.

    In this episode we have an insightful conversation between Komal Dadlani, Lab4U’s CEO and Nathan Marks, who leads Lab4U’s North America’s office. Nathan Marks is a globally minded professional working in the intersection of education, technology and social innovation; and he is committed to creating a more just and equitable world by broadening access to a high-quality education.

    We want to invite you to enjoy us, here at Lab4U Talks!

    Visit us at: www.lab4u.co

    Or write to us at: info@lab4u.co

    You can find more information about this Episode 1 on our blog:

    Audio Production: Jose Ferrada, Lab4U

    Distribution: masmas (++)

    Music Credits: Cool Intro - Stings by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...)

    • 25 min

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