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Happy Halloween from Vernier

We hope that everyone will have a safe and happy Halloween. In our offices, strange creatures roamed about and brought sweet treats along. Here are a few of the funny and creative costumes this year.

Vernier can count in binary
Our programmers demonstrated how to count in binary.

Vernier's special scientists
Our front office department showed us their nerdy side.

Vernier's very own Willy Wonka and Oompa Loompa
Not to be outclassed, our marketing department snatched the best group costumes award with their Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory theme.

Join the Celebration!

Vernier’s 25th anniversary is fast approaching and we want you to share the celebration. We know that many of you have great stories about how data-collection technology changed your teaching and enhanced your students’ learning. We want to celebrate your use of technology in science and showcase your classroom. If we publish your story, you will receive 25th Anniversary T-shirt, and $100 Vernier Gift Certificate. We will be publishing up to 25 stories.

Experimenting with a Thermocouple

Thermocouples are one of the most common temperature sensors. They can be used to measure temperatures between -200 and 1400 degrees Celsius. If you have never had the opportunity to do an experiment using a Vernier Thermocouple, here are three activities to try: Flame Mapping, Bending Glass, and Heating Curve for Ethanol. This might be just what you need to heat things up this fall.

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Flying with Vernier

Brian Czapor and some of his fellow students from the University of Akron participated in the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) Aero Design® Competition. In order to improve their design, they used the Vernier LabPro and our 3-Axis Accelerometer to give them flight data.

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English Language Learners Use Go!Temp for Language Growth

It is the goal of English Language Learners (ELL) teachers to make every lesson a language lesson. Using lessons with hands-on activities not only gets the children physically active in a lesson, but also provides opportunities for developing language. This has been the experience of Charlotte Park Elementary School first grade ELL teacher Dr. Juanita M. “Marti” Moore.

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English Language Learners Use Go!Temp for Language Growth
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