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Since COVID-19 cases remain stubbornly high across the country, it’s clear that remote learning isn’t going away. And while this teaching concept isn’t new anymore,......
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“Pivot Interactives lets my students do real labs online. They learn measurement, experimental design, and graphing,” said Eric Friberg, a teacher from Henry Sibley High School, in St. Paul, Minnesota. “I'm an ambitious teacher, but there’s no way I can...
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With so much uncertainty about the upcoming school year, it can be difficult teaching certain scientific concepts in a way that serves students learning from......
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Science teachers are consistently looking for new and innovative ways to engage their students in the scientific discovery process. This is especially true now, as......
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The Vernier Video Analysis app recently won a Tech & Learning Award of Excellence in the software category. The feature-rich app, which helps students learn key......
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“Pivot has been a tremendous resource for my physics students during this time of remote learning,” said Cerise Cauthron, science department chair at Georgetown Middle/High School in Georgetown, Massachusetts. “Students are really engaged as they design investigations and participate in...
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It can be challenging to teach hard-to-replicate chemistry concepts in the classroom. Some of these experiments take significant prep time, while others require materials that......
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It’s been about a decade since we released the Mini GC Gas Chromatograph and educators have loved it. However, with the original version, only polar......
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Maija Benitz, Assistant Professor of Engineering at Roger Williams University (RWU), has just deployed 29 upper-level engineering students, along with 57 wind turbine kits, to......
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Each year, Vernier Software & Technology and the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) recognize seven educators—one elementary teacher, two middle school teachers, three high school......
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