2008 Vernier/NSTA Technology Award Deadline Extended
The deadline for the 2008 Vernier Software & Technology/NSTA Technology Award has been extended to Nov. 30. Sponsored by Vernier Software & Technology and the National Science Teachers Association, the program awards cash, technology, and travel funds for science teachers who demonstrate innovation in inquiry-based learning activities involving data collection.
This year's competition will award seven prizes to K-12 and post-secondary educators (one elementary, two middle school, three high school, and one post-secondary educator). The prizes, valued at $3,000, include $1,000 cash, $1,000 in Vernier equipment, and $1,000 for travel expenses put toward attending the 2009 NSTA National Conference.
According to Vernier, successful applicants will enter projects involving hands-on, inquiry-based learning and data collection using computers and handheld devices, including graphing calculators.
Descriptions of last year's competition winners can be found here. Information on entering the 2008 competition can be found here.
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