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CAST 2023

Vernier Science Education is honored to partner with Texas educators to encourage scientific curiosity in all students.

At a Glance

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Location: Booth 708

George R. Brown Convention Center

Workshop Room

Room: 361CF


Thursday, November 9
Learn with Us

We invite you to join us November 9th and 10th for ten relevant, TEKS-aligned, impactful workshops featuring Vernier technology.




Room: 361CF

8:00–9:00 a.m.

Lessons in Climate Change: Understanding Ocean Acidification

11:30 a.m–
12:30 p.m.

Avogadro’s Law and Order: Investigating a Rocket Launch Failure

1:00–2:00 p.m.

Sparking Curiosity: Hands-On Experiments for Elementary Students

2:30–3:30 p.m.

Let’s Get Physical: Human Physiology Experiments

4:00–5:00 p.m.

Vernier Go Direct sensors + TI Graphing Calculators = A match made in STEM!

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Friday, November 10




Room: 361CF

8:00–9:00 a.m.

Hitting the Slopes: Explorations in Kinematics, Force, and Mass

9:30 a.m–
10:30 p.m.

Bright Ideas: Investigating Light Bulbs and Simple Circuits through Guided Inquiry

11:00–12:00 p.m.

Inspire Meaningful Engagement with Hands-On Learning in the Middle School Classroom

12:30–1:30 p.m.

Capturing Motion: Hands-On Physics Learning with Vernier Photogates

2:30–3:30 p.m.

Colorful Chemical Kinetics

Visit Our Booth

Visit booth 708 to interact with some of our favorite Vernier products and experiments. These solutions help boost student engagement and foster hands-on STEM learning.

The Go Direct Sensor Cart features built-in, wireless sensors for one-dimensional dynamics and kinematics experiments.
The Go Direct Force and Acceleration Sensor combines a 3-axis accelerometer with a force sensor for measuring pushes or pulls wherever you need to collect data.
The Go Direct Hand Dynamometer can be used to wirelessly measure grip and pinch strength and to perform muscle fatigue studies.
The Go Direct pH Sensor is a general-purpose pH sensor used to monitor pH of aqueous solutions and is perfect for lab and field experiments.
Capable of connecting wirelessly or by USB, this device can easily collect a full wavelength spectrum (absorbance, percent transmittance, or intensity) in less than one second. Once the peak wavelength is determined, you can establish the concentration of a solution or monitor rates of reactions.
With the KidWind Advanced Wind Experiment Kit, your students can discover advanced aspects of wind turbine technology. They can also test different blade designs, gear ratios, generators, and devices to measure electrical and weightlifting power.
Go Direct Sound provides students with an easy way to capture and evaluate waveforms, measure wave amplitude and sound intensity level at the same time to investigate the decibel scale, or take the sensor outside the classroom to discover sounds in their natural environment.
The all-new LabQuest 3 is a standalone data-collection platform that students can use to collect, analyze, and interact with data efficiently.
The Go Direct CO2 Gas Sensor measures gaseous carbon dioxide concentration levels, air temperature, and relative humidity.
This award-winning app brings video analysis to your students in a dedicated and streamlined application. Students can use their mobile devices in the laboratory or out in the field to insert a video with recorded motion, mark points to track the object in motion, and set the scale of the video. Video Analysis generates accurate and visually rich graphs and a data table reflecting the recorded motion.

Meet the Team

We’re thrilled to provide relevant, hands-on STEM solutions for today’s educators.
Thank you for visiting Vernier at CAST 2023!

Candace Davis

Candace Davis

Science Technology Solutions Consultant

Colleen McDaniel

Biology & Environmental Science Educational Technology Specialist

Josh Ence

Engineering Educational Technology Specialist

Dave Carter

STEM Training Director

Wesley Hausenfluke

Wesley Hausenfluke

Science Education Consultant and Trainer

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