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    Biology, Chemistry, College, High School, News and Announcements, Physics “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.

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    At the 2019 National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE) Convention, three outstanding educators were presented with prestigious awards from Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE)....

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    Celebrate Computer Science Education Week with Vernier. Critical 21st Century Skills Today’s students live in a world surrounded by technology. Right now there are over 500,000...

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    It might be difficult for a student to see where absorbance spectroscopy and Beer’s law could be useful to a chemist. But, what if the technique is used to analyze poisoned wine from a crime scene? This definitely piqued the interest of my students.

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    The Paleontological Research Institution in Ithaca, NY, has produced its latest book in the Teacher-Friendly Guides™ series, The Teacher-Friendly Guide™ to Climate Change. This guide...

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    News and Announcements Vernier helps you keep experiments simple. Using our multi-channel , students can simultaneously measure dissolved oxygen concentration (mg/L), percent saturation (%), and water temperature.

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    By Dave Vernier Like most people, I have heard the buzz about “fidget spinners”, so I could not resist buying one and taking some data...

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    News; Page 6; Search for: Search. Earth Day: Inspire Your Students’ Interest in a STEM-Related Career with Hands-On Activities and Experiments. by dlim; April 18, 2019; News and Announcements; Earth Day is a perfect opportunity to get your students engaged in a conversation about conservation and sustainability. By incorporating hands-on ...

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    Martin Horejsi of NSTA Recommends provides helpful tips for teaching students to visualize data in his article, “Learning Visualized with the Vernier Go Direct® Hand Dynamometer.” Martin instructs students to first draw a prediction and then offers students the opportunity to trace the prediction by squeezing a , which measures grip strength. The force of the student’s grip is displayed ...

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    Doug Anderson of Brentwood High School in Nashville, Tennessee, was the 2016 recipient of the National Association of Biology Teachers’ NABT Ecology/Environmental Science Teaching Award....

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    In education, a common application for an ORP sensor is a potentiometric titration. Similar to an acid-base titration, a titrant is added to a sample incrementally until all the sample has reacted and the end-point is reached.

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    The deadline for applications for the 2019 Vernier/NSTA Technology Awards is quickly approaching. This annual awards program recognizes seven educators—one elementary teacher, two middle school...

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    Erasing the Glow in the Dark: Controlling the Trap and Release of Electrons in Phosphorescent Materials William A. Getz, Dannielle A. Wentzel, Max J. Palmer,...

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    pH is a quantitative unit of measure that describes the degree of acidity or alkalinity of a substance. It is measured on a scale of 0 to 14. The formal definition of pH is the negative logarithm of the hydrogen...

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    John Wheeler, our CEO, first worked for Vernier as a consultant. For his first project he designed a photogate timing device, for which we paid...

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  • Go Direct® Static Charge

    Compatibility Notes. For Bluetooth ® connectivity, only computers running Windows 10 or Mac OS X 10.10 or newer are supported. The computer must also have a compatible Bluetooth 4.0 + radio.; Connect this sensor directly to a computer or Chromebook via a USB or wireless Bluetooth ® connection for best results. Alternatively, this sensor is fully supported when used with LabQuest 2 or ...

  • Earth Science

    The study of Earth science helps educators give students a means to understand the world around them. Students can use Vernier sensors, interfaces, software, and investigations to explore seafloor spreading, the effect of acid rain on soil, the changing of the seasons, and more.

  • String Tension Tester

    In many engineering projects, it is critically important to know the strength of the material in your design. Strength is a measure of a material's ability to withstand an applied tension, compression, or shear force. Tension forces pull on an object, while compression forces push on an object. Shear forces are two pushing forces that offset one another like the forces applied by the two ...

  • Distance From the Sun

    Have you ever thought about what it would be like if you were on another planet looking back at the sun? In this activity, you will use the Light Probe to get an idea of how much light the planets would receive.

  • Top 10 Lab Experiments for This School Year

    News and Announcements; By Gary Myers, Director of District Outreach When it comes to bringing data collection to the classroom, knowing where to start can be tricky. The team at Vernier Software & Technology compiled a list of our favorite experiments from our lab books—from elementary school science to college-level experiments—to point ...

  • Solar Thermal Exploration Kit User Manual – Vernier

    This Solar Thermal Exploration Kit is modeled after a domestic solar water-heating system. How you design the solar heating system will dramatically affect how quickly the water will heat and the maximum temperature the water will reach.

  • Talking LabQuest Hardware Overview - Independence Science

    Hands-on science for the blind is empowering individuals to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields of study. Independence Science and Vernier...

  • Newton's Second Law

    In your discussion of Newton's first law, you learned that when the sum of the forces acting on an object is zero, its velocity does not change. However, when a net force acts on the object, it accelerates. In this experiment, you will determine the relationship between the net force acting on an object and its acceleration.

  • Sugar Metabolism with Yeast

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  • Go Direct® Photogate

    Go Direct Photogate is a double-gate sensor that includes two photogates built into the arms of the sensor, which accurately measures velocity and acceleration. It connects via Bluetooth® wireless technology or via USB to your device.

  • Artificial Selection: Inquiry Experiments with Yeast

    Learn how to use the latest tools for teaching artificial selection remotely through our free virtual workshop. Our educational technology specialists provide inspiring experiment ideas to help students form a deep understanding of biology as they study from home.

  • Experimenting with a Thermocouple

    Thermocouples are one of the most common types of temperature sensors. They are inexpensive, rugged, and quite versatile, as they can measure a wide range of temperatures from very low (-250°C) to very high (1700°C) values. Since they can be made from very fine wire, they also allow for very fast response times. In 1821 a German physicist, Thomas Johann Seebeck, accidentally discovered that ...

  • How do I submit an innovative use for publication in the Caliper newsletter?

    In the field of education, innovation comes in many forms. Vernier supports and encourages educators to implement innovative applications of technology in science, math, and...