Life Lab

Life Lab cultivates children's love of learning, healthy food, and nature through garden-based education.

The National Science Foundation Grant which funded the Language Acquisition in Science Education at Rural Schools comes to and end but LASERS continues to thrive through the Monterey Bay Science Project (MBSP). Life Lab becomes a MBSP host site and receives funding through the California State Science Project, the UC Office of the President, and state education funds. MBSP uses innovative approaches to train science educators.

MBSP continues the LASERS model and additionally trains educators via science institutes, an annual conference, and peer coaching.

Integrating Inquiry Science and Language Development for English Language Learners  JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN SCIENCE TEACHING May 2002, Trish Stoddart, America Pinal, Marcia Latzke, Dana Canaday


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Life Lab provides truly inspiring training. Their breadth of experience, joy for teaching, and commitment to sharing knowledge highlight the best practices in food and garden education.
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Terry had another awesome two weeks at Life Lab. I think he learns more there than in any other part of his year. School is great, but he’s passionate (and often dogmatic) about what he learns there.
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