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We’re working with educators from across the country to develop new content for Vernier Connections, our innovative online platform designed to engage high school students in hands-on STEM learning and exploration! Vernier Connections empowers educators to deliver fun, interactive investigations and projects. This easy-to-use platform also gives you everything you need to create relevant real-world learning experiences, as well as the flexibility to customize content to your specific classroom context. We’re piloting Vernier Connections in fall 2022 and preparing for its full availability in 2023.
Explore this cutting-edge platform and sign up for our “Making Connections” list!
- Vernier Video Analysis: Conservation Laws and Forces
This e-book features 12 investigations using our Vernier Video Analysis® app. It builds on basic concepts of motion and applies them to various sports (e.g., curling and weight lifting) and interactions between objects, such as a physical pendulum and a cart. The investigations in this e-book use real-world examples to help students connect physics concepts to their lives.
- KidWind Photogate Bracket
The KidWind Photogate Bracket enables the measurement of rotations per minute (RPMs) of a wind turbine with a Vernier photogate. The bracket can be used with the KidWind Basic Wind Experiment Kit, KidWind Advanced Wind Experiment Kit, or KidWind Nacelle for custom wind turbines.
- Check out our updated grant-writing guide to explore tips and opportunities for funding your K–12 STEM projects.
- Vernier webinars
- May 12, 2–3 p.m. PDT: Colors and Light: Investigating Plant Pigments
- May 23, 9–10 a.m. PDT: Out of the Box—and Beyond—with Photogates
Interested in free professional development specific to your needs?
Check out our webinar archive or request a free personalized virtual training.
Journal and Media Mentions
- “Application of Copper(II)-Based Chemicals Induces CH3Br and CH3Cl Emissions from Soil and Seawater”
Y. Jiao, W. Zhang, J. Y. R. Kim, M. J. Deventer, J. Vollering, and R. C. Rhew; Nature Communications; 13, 47 (2022).
(From Alamogordo Daily News)
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