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Our webinars offer innovative ways to engage students with STEM in traditional classroom or virtual environments. Our experienced educational technology specialists will walk you through experiments that students can do using our free sample data.

Upcoming Webinars

Summer Sensor Storage: The Ultimate Guide for Giving Your Sensors a Long Life

May 22, 2024
4:00–4:45 p.m. PDT | 7:00–7:45 p.m. EDT

Summer break is around the corner! Make sure your Vernier technology stays in good condition with our best tips for summer sensor storage. Join Director of Chemistry Dr. Melissa Hill and biology expert Colleen McDaniel for a conversation about best practices to help maintain your laboratory’s probeware over the break. Proper storage is one of the best ways to extend the longevity of your sensors!

Recent Webinars

Introduction to Water Quality Testing with Vernier

Vernier Biology expert Colleen McDaniel and Chemistry expert Dr. Melissa Hill demonstrate how students can use Go Direct® sensors to investigate the following common water quality factors—dissolved oxygen, pH, and conductivity. Using these sensors, students can collect data from various water sources, analyze the results, and propose solutions to enhance ecosystem health.

The Dirt on Soil Science: Engaging Experiments with Go Direct Sensors

In this video, Vernier environmental science expert Colleen McDaniel explores four sensors that can help your students investigate the world at their feet. From identifying moisture needs for plants to comparing ecosystems and even digging into microorganisms and decomposition, these sensors help you find new ways for students to engage in hands-on scientific study. You’ll also see a demonstration of the new Go Direct® Soil Moisture sensor!

Chemistry Essentials: Getting Started with Vernier

Learn about our three most commonly used chemistry sensors and discover innovative ways to make chemistry more relatable and engaging for your students. In this webinar, chemistry experts Dr. Melissa Hill and Nüsret Hisim cover the sensors your students can use to  investigate concepts like acid-base reactions, gas laws, reaction rates, and more.

Examining the Evidence: How Probeware Supports Three-Dimensional Learning

Are you looking to enhance three-dimensional science learning and deepen student engagement in your school or district? Explore the latest research on the impact of probeware technology in STEM labs and classrooms. We’ll also cover strategies for effective technology implementation and ideas for getting started with Vernier Connections.

Inspiring Students to Think Like Physicists with Hands-On Data Collection and Real-World Modeling

Learn how you can use real-world phenomena and hands-on data collection to awaken students’ curiosity and inspire them to think like physicists! 

Getting Ready for the Total Solar Eclipse with Dave Vernier

Are you ready for the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024? The eclipse presents a rare opportunity to explore this celestial phenomena with hands-on science and engage your students with real-world learning! Join our Co-Founder Dave Vernier for an informative session to help you prepare to observe this event safely and collect exciting scientific data with Vernier sensors.

The Fluorescence Files: Exploring Chemistry Concepts through Forensics

Turn your classroom into a forensics lab and help your students solidify their understanding of chemistry concepts! Join Vernier chemistry specialist Nüsret Hisim in an NSTA-hosted webinar as he shares his classroom-tested techniques for sparking engagement through hands-on forensics experiments. After discussing tips and best practices, Nüsret will cover an experiment from our new lab book, Forensic Chemistry Experiments, which provides a ready-to-implement forensic investigation into ink pigment identification using Vernier spectroscopy tools.

Motion Three Ways: Experiments with the New Vernier Cart Fan

Investigate force and motion with the new Vernier Cart Fan accessory! Find out how your students can collect force, acceleration, and velocity data by adding these easy-to-use, modular fans to our wireless sensor carts. This versatile tool offers variable force levels to demonstrate concepts like uniform acceleration and Newton’s second law.  

Engaging Biofuel Exploration Through Cellulose Breakdown with Vernier and Bio-Rad

Wondering how to demonstrate cellulose breakdown and explain how reaction speed relates to biofuel production amounts. Introduce your students to relevant, real-world topics such as sustainability and renewable energy with this hands-on experiment, “Introduction to Biofuels: Enzyme Action”! Get the tools you need to conduct an engaging quantitative enzyme tracking activity with your students using a standards-aligned method for modeling biomass conversion reactions using Vernier spectrophotometers.

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