STEM extensions provide a way to take an existing Vernier science lab experiment and easily incorporate STEM. Use sensor data, the Vernier Digital Control Unit and Logger Pro software to quickly create sensor-based control systems.
We’ve added three new extensions to incorporate STEM in your curriculum:
Vernier Software & Technology is committed to helping educators develop the next generation of engineers and scientists. To show our support, Vernier recognized three instructors with the Vernier Engineering Award for creative uses of Vernier sensors to introduce engineering concepts or engineering practices.
This year’s winners include a hot pocket robot, a staple light bulb, and a solar oven.
To get you started, a sample activity from Elementary Science with Vernier, written for Chromebook, is available for download. The download includes student instructions in Microsoft® Word® format and instructor information in PDF format.
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.