Are you using Vernier sensors to teach engineering concepts or engineering practices in the classroom? If you are, you could win one of three ,500 awards (one for middle school, one for high school, and one for college).
Maybe your students are using Vernier sensors to test a design project. Or maybe you are challenging your students to build an automated device using the Vernier Digital Control Unit (DCU) and Logger Pro software. Perhaps your students are writing NI LabVIEW or ROBOTC code to read a Vernier sensor from a robotics platform such as LEGO, VEX, or Arduino. Tell us about your projects, and you might win!
Each award will consist of $1,000 in cash, $3,000 in Vernier technology, and $1,500 toward expenses to attend either the 2014 NSTA STEM conference in New Orleans or the 2014 ASEE conference in Indianapolis. Entries will be accepted through January 15, 2014.