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Vernier Wins TCEA Best of Show Award

Every year, we look forward to attending the TCEA conference and meeting so many educators. We love learning how our technology is being used to teach various scientific concepts. This year, not only did we get the opportunity to meet a lot of educators, but we also had the honor of winning an award.

The Award

Vernier received the Tech & Learning TCEA Best of Show 2020 Award for our unique middle school STEAM solution with SAM Labs. The winners were selected by an anonymous panel of tech-savvy educator judges who scoured the exhibit hall floor during the TCEA 2020 conference in Austin, Texas. The judges rated their impressions of individual products on a sliding scale, evaluating areas such as quality and effectiveness, ease of use, cost, and creative use of technology.  We are happy that the judges found our integration of Vernier sensors with SAM Labs STEAM Kits deserving of this award.

Coding with Vernier: Enhancing Your Coding Curriculum

Coding nurtures creativity, builds problem-solving skills, and helps teachers set up students for success in the 21st century. With Vernier and SAM Labs, middle school students learn important coding and computational thinking skills through hands-on STEAM activities. Students can use a variety of Go Direct® sensors with SAM Labs STEAM Kits and the Google Workbench programming canvas to collect real-time experiment data and bring their SAM Labs projects to life.

SAM Labs STEAM Kits are available in three versions based on class size and provide all of the materials teachers need, including teacher-created lesson plans, step-by-step activities, and comprehensive technical support. Getting students started early with Vernier and SAM Labs helps students form the STEAM foundation they need for high school and beyond.

Learn more about Vernier and SAM Labs.

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