Vernier Offers Summer Data Collection Workshops
Software & Technology will
once again offer its annual Summer
Institute workshops to help science,
engineering and math (STEM) teachers integrate data-collection
their curricula. The workshops provide science teachers with the
use Vernier technology in classroom-ready experiments that they can
to their students.
six-hour one-day institutes are intended to meet the needs of teachers
wide variety of grade levels and STEM disciplines. Students have the
earning two quarter credit hours through the Portland
State University Center for
one-day workshops will be held at 12 different locations
around the country,
all the way from Atlanta to Seattle, on dates beginning June 13 and
through August 5. Registration fee for the one-day workshops is $99 and
training, lunch, access to lab handouts and a lab book of choice.
Beaverton, OR, headquarters, Vernier will offer one- and two-day subject-specific
institutes. As with the workshops, the one-day institutes
$99. The two-day sessions are $199 and carry the opportunity to earn
credit from Portland State University.
- June 29:
Engineering for Science Classrooms; and
- June 30:
Vernier Sensors With Arduino.
20-21: Environmental Science; and
will leave the institutes with the confidence, knowledge and skills to
integrate the technology into their curriculum and engage students in
learning," said Vernier Software & Technology CEO John Wheeler.
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.