With so many educators teaching remotely this school year, we want to offer you webinars that gives you new ideas for bringing data collection to your students. Our experienced educational technology specialists will walk you through experiments that students can do from home using our free sample data.
Investigate Running with Vernier Video Analysis®
Reignite the spark of learning in your students this fall by examining the running motion of athletes with Vernier Video Analysis, which can be used to collect and analyze motion data from anywhere. Join John Melville, our Director of Biology, as he shows you how to use our award-winning app to engage students as they investigate the complex motion of a human moving across a horizontal surface.
August 3 from 12:00–12:45 p.m. (PDT)
Experiment: Analysis of Running
Aquatic Animal Health and Dissolved Oxygen
Use this innovative experiment to help your students gain valuable experience using data-collection technology as they learn how molecular oxygen and temperature impacts the health of aquatic animals. Our very own Colleen McDaniel will show you how to help your students use a dissolved oxygen probe to determine the concentration of dissolved oxygen in water and analyze the results.
August 4 from 10:00–11:00 a.m. (PDT)
Experiment: Dissolved Oxygen in Water
Investigating the Chemistry of Food Dyes in Sports Drinks
This free webinar demonstrates an innovative experiment that helps students better understand the relationship between percent transmittance and the concentration of food dye solutions. Led by our Chemistry Educational Technology Specialist Nüs Hisim, this webinar outlines how your students can gain valuable data-collection experience by using a Vernier spectrometer to measure the absorbance spectrum and the fluorescence spectrum.
August 12 from 10:00–11:00 a.m. (PDT)
Experiment: Investigating Food Dyes in Sports Beverages
Investigating Simple Harmonic Motion
Help your students this fall understand the various energies involved in simple harmonic motion. Join our very own co-founder Dave Vernier as he outlines innovative ways your students can test the principle of conservation of energy while measuring the position and velocity of an oscillating mass and spring system as a function of time.
August 17 from 10:30–11:00 a.m. (PDT)
Experiment: Simple Harmonic Motion and Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
Investigating the Impacts of Osmotic Balance, Detergents, and pH on Biological Membranes
Students learn about the real-world impacts of detergents and other chemicals on biological membranes with this innovative experiment. Sara Tallarovic, our Biology Staff Scientist, will show you how students can use a colorimeter or spectrophotometer to learn about the stresses that various factors, such as detergents, osmotic balance, and pH, have on biological membranes.
August 25 from 10:00–11:00 a.m. (PDT)
Experiment: Biological Membranes
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