Tell us how you are using Vernier sensors in the classroom to teach engineering concepts and engineering practices, and you could win one of three $5,500 awards (one for middle school, one for high school, and one for college).
Are your students using Vernier sensors in the engineering design process? Maybe you are challenging your students to control digital output based on sensor input. Are you testing trusses and building bridges? 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 it so that you might win!
Applications will be judged on innovative ideas, engineering objectives, and the ease for others to replicate the project. Each award will consist of $1,000 in cash, $3,000 in Vernier technology, and $1,500 toward expenses to attend either the 2015 NSTA STEM conference in Minneapolis or the 2015 ASEE conference in Seattle.
For complete rules and to submit an online application and video showcasing your entry, go to www.vernier.com/grants/engineering