Visit booth #1244 to enter to win a Go Wireless Temp–Vernier’s rugged, easy-to-use, wireless temperature probe.
Be sure to attend any of our free workshops during NSTA to get hands-on training and expert demonstrations on how to use Vernier technology in your classroom. Check the schedule to see the our sessions during NSTA.
Using our Go Wireless Heart Rate, students can continuously monitor heart rate before, during, and after exercise or while stationary. Data are wirelessly transmitted to iPad, LabQuest 2, or other mobile devices.
When Dave Vernier was a physics teacher, he ran a bridge-building contest every year, and it was a huge hit. It got so popular that it was difficult to test all the bridges. He tried every method he could think of to apply the force in a measured way. Nothing worked well, until he finally learned to use strain gages, and he built an apparatus connected to an Apple II computer to measure the force as it was applied by a jack. This experimentation was a key step in the start of Vernier Software & Technology.
Now that we are introducing our Vernier Structures & Materials Tester, it seems that things are coming full circle.
The Vernier Structures & Materials Tester (VSMT) is the perfect device for all project-based STEM and engineering classrooms. Use the VSMT, along with the engineering design method, to design, build, and test structures, conduct bridge competitions, and investigate and analyze beam designs and material properties.
Introducing the latest release of the popular TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators! The TI-84 Plus CE, with its new slim design, has a full-color, high-resolution, backlit screen, making it easy to read. The calculator comes with a rechargeable battery, so there is never a need to buy AAA batteries.
Import real-world images as a graph background for analysis of features found in the image. Use with Vernier EasyData 5.0 for data collection with 54 Vernier sensors to investigate concepts in math and science. The TI-84 Plus CE has the same menu structure, navigation and applications, making the transition from a TI-83/84 seamless.