Ideas for Your Science Classroom or Laboratory

Get inspired with these helpful resources! Whether you’re looking to make lesson planning effortless or simply getting ideas from fellow educators and Vernier professionals, we make it easier to incorporate technology into your teaching.

Resources for Every Educator

From elementary school through college, we offer high-quality sensors, experiments, and resources to help your students explore science in new ways. With Vernier technology, you can easily and effectively instill a love of learning and inspire scientific curiosity in students of all ages.

Elementary School
Middle School
High School

Explore Ideas for Your Classroom or Lab

Explore our free training webinars, Vernier Graphical Analysis™ and Video Analysis™ apps, free coding activities with Arduino®, Pivot Interactives, and our library of free experiments with sample data.

K-8, High School, College

Join the virtual field trip to the International Space Station with the ExoLab-8 mission. Get your ticket to space for the launch on February 20, 2021.

Middle School, High School

Featured Experiments​

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Introducing the 2021 Winners of the Vernier/NSTA Technology Award

Each year, we partner with NSTA to give out the Vernier/NSTA Technology Awards to educators who are using data-collection technology in engaging, innovative ways in the classroom.

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Pivot Interactives Named Best STEM/STEAM Education App or Tool by the Tech Edvocate Awards

“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 set up these experiences for my students. With Pivot Interactives, students are engaged, and we learn efficiently.”

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Meet Educational Standards​

Helping students meet standards is an important aspect of teaching. Vernier technology helps teachers as they prepare students to meet the NGSS and state standards through investigations that support three-dimensional learning.