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.
Wednesday, June 21
2:00–2:45 p.m. PDT | 5:00–5:45 p.m. EDT
Get ready to engage your students with hands-on, real-world learning experiences in biomedical science and human physiology! Join Vernier Director of Biology John Melville as he provides teaching tips and answers educators’ top questions about the human physiology sensors used in the biomedical science curriculum from Project Lead the Way (PLTW).
Summer break is around the corner! Leave your Vernier technology in good condition with our tips for summer sensor maintenance. Learn best practices from chemistry expert Dr. Melissa Hill and biology expert Colleen McDaniel to help maintain and store your laboratory’s probeware over the summer. It’s one of the best ways to extend your sensors’ useful life!
Bring spectroscopy to your physics class with this hands-on emissions spectroscopy activity! Fran Poodry, director of physics at Vernier, demonstrates how to use the Go Direct® Emissions Spectrometer and Go Direct SpectroVis® Plus Spectrophotometer to explore electron energy levels with gas discharge tubes.
Explore the Go Direct® Cyclic Voltammetry System with Vernier and Pine Research! Even advanced students can struggle with electrochemistry, but with this affordable cyclic voltammetry system, students can easily control and apply potential to a chemical system and measure the response as a current.
Bring a breath of fresh air into your biology instruction with these exciting spirometry and respiration rate experiments! Our director of biology, John Melville, will demonstrate how your students can use the Go Direct® Respiration Belt and Go Direct Spirometer to measure tidal volume and observe changes in respiration rate. You will also learn how to record videos with data and share data through our Vernier Graphical Analysis® Pro app.
Prepare your students for their chemistry exams with science they can see! Vernier chemistry expert Nüsret Hisim shows you how to use two common household items, food coloring and bleach, to explore the kinetics of a chemical reaction. Learn strategies for teaching this important scientific concept, including using calculated columns to determine the order of reaction and the rate expression.
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