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.
October 17, 2023
9:00–9:45 a.m. PDT | 12:00–12:45 p.m . EDT
Ignite scientific curiosity in your students with a demonstration of burning magnesium, as well as a hands-on Hess’s law experiment! Lay the foundation for year-round chemistry learning by teaching fundamental concepts such as calorimetry, enthalpy, and molar heats of reaction. Join Vernier chemistry expert Nüsret Hisim as he demonstrates how students can confirm Hess’s law using a polystyrene foam cup calorimeter to measure temperature change across two separate reactions.
October 18, 2023
3:00–3:45 p.m. PDT | 6:00–6:45 p.m. EDT
Are you ready to level up your physics instruction with technology that’s both engaging and efficient? Join Vernier physics expert Josh Ence for a live demonstration of a projectile motion experiment using the Go Direct® Photogate. This is a great opportunity to set your students up for a successful year ahead, as familiarity with photogates will streamline motion data collection throughout your kinematics and dynamics units. We’ll share how you can make the most of Vernier technology to get your students excited about hands-on physics learning!
Join physics expert Fran Poodry as she dives into four hands-on experiments exploring motion and dynamics with Vernier Video Analysis®. See the experiments come to life in vivid detail while the app accurately analyzes two-dimensional motion. Whether you’re in the classroom or out in the field, your students can record motion, mark points to track the object in motion, and manipulate graphs for deeper motion analysis—using a Chromebook™, iPad®, or any device with a browser.
A crime has been committed, and there’s only one group of people that can solve it–your students! Join Vernier chemistry expert Nüsret Hisim as he demonstrates how students can use their detective skills and a common chemistry experiment to crack the case of a performer’s makeup sabotage via a vengeful chemical contamination. Gain strategies for providing a hands-on lesson in titration, as well as teaching chemical reactions, practice with writing double replacement reaction equations, and dilution equations.
Learn more about the essential STEM data-collection tools high school and college educators need to inspire students all year long. Biology expert Colleen McDaniel dives into a quick but comprehensive overview of Vernier’s top six sensors.
Are you ready to upgrade your digital classroom tools and empower your students with an immersive learning experience? Tom Smith discusses ways to effectively use the advanced features of Graphical Analysis Pro with three of our most popular physics sensors exploring force, motion and sound.
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