Tami Warr, 7th grade science teacher at Jordan Middle School in Palo Alto, CA, contributed an editorial for eSchool News titled “The next-gen classroom: Bridging the gap of science and technology”.
Tami credits the Exo Labs Camera as a way to integrate Next Generation Science Standards into her curriculum, and has seen tangible results in student performance and collaboration.
Here is an excerpt from her piece:
"It’s as if a light has been turned on for my students. The Exo Labs Cameras have completely transformed my classroom into an interactive learning environment. Students are in control of exploring and driving their collaborative learning experiences, utilizing this 21st century technology."
To read Tami's full story on the eSchool News website, click here.