Chris Herald, Manhattan, KS
Molly Sultany, Portland, Oregon
Christopher Gordon, Wilmington, North Carolina
“It is clear to me that of all the things we have done to improve the quality of science education, the implementation of the Vernier technology has been the most significant.”Stephen Daly, Riyadh Schools, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Jennifer Cournia, Portland, Oregon
“When you teach students how to use a probe, they can quickly jump ahead with doing real science. They apply several of the NGSS practices in each lab, and they think it’s really cool, too, so I’m sneaking in a lot of learning while they’re having fun.”Ann Hammersly, Chaparral High School, Scottsdale, Arizona
“We have found the equipment extremely useful in demonstrating to pupils how our simplistic experiments relate to, and might be conducted, in industry. In some of our experiments, the equipment provided more teaching time without taking the practical element of the sciences away.”Chris Jessop, AKS School, Lytham, United Kingdom
Peter Fox, Victoria, Australia
“I’ve never had anyone come up to me and tell me how much they’ve enjoyed working from the textbook,” laughs Fox. “But they do tell me that they really relate to the real-world experiments we do with the Vernier data-collection products.”
Gary Bass, Australia
Vernier has made it possible to get real-time results, with an incredible degree of accuracy. And now with Logger Pro’s video capture and synchronization capabilities, anything is possible. The only limits are your imagination.
Ed Wyrembeck, Howards Grove, WI
If Ed Wyrembeck’s physics students were to engage in the thrillseeking venture of bridge swinging, they could do it without being concerned about the cable breaking.