Engineering, Technology, and Coding


Our engineering and coding solutions are designed for educators, driven by experience. No matter what career students choose tomorrow, foundational computer science skills are relevant for every 21st century learner today. Vernier technology gives your students the opportunity to gain practical, relevant data-collection and analysis experience.

Engineering Solutions

Encourage curiosity, build confidence, and spark an interest in STEM. Vernier solutions give your middle school students practical ways to learn engineering design principles. Plus, engineering activities offer an alternative form of assessment and foster collaboration and problem-solving skills!

Bridge & Structure Testing

Go Direct® Structures & Materials Tester

An excellent tool for teaching engineering concepts and conducting bridge competitions.

Renewable Energy

Wind Energy Explorations Go Direct® Package

Students gain an understanding of wind energy as they practice engineering design.

Solar Energy Explorations Go Direct® Package

Students explore solar energy, temperature, and electrical circuits.

Coding and Computational Thinking Solutions

Set up your middle school students for success with versatile products and partnerships that encourage curiosity, develop computational thinking skills, and enhance their understanding of the world around them.



Block-based coding with robotics.


Block-based coding with Go Direct sensors.


SAM Labs

Students create code for SAM Blocks to build STEAM projects.

Google Workbench

Students create and customize projects on this interactive coding canvas.



Students are challenged to design, build, and code robots.

We are technology specialists, educators, and your team

We’re here to support you as an educator as you implement data-collection technology into your teaching. See how our products provide you affordable classroom solutions designed for student success.

Featured Engineering and Coding Experiments

Driving Outside the Lines

During this activity, students learn to navigate their mBot using dead reckoning; in other words, using time to measure and predict distance traveled and degrees...
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