Vernier Offers Free Data Collection Technology Workshops
Vernier Software &
Technology will reprise its free, hands-on
workshops for classroom teachers this
fall to help them incorporate the company's data-collection technology
Vernier will offer 35
four-hour workshops at locations around the country to help educators
science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects.
During the four-hour workshops, Vernier training
specialists will help
teachers explore classroom-ready experiments using the company's
sessions will focus on integrating the data-collection technology into
chemistry, biology, environmental science and general K-8 science
Content is intended to meet Next Generation Science Standards.
sessions will be held in 35
different locations around the United States
The sessions began in Houston on Sept. 6 and will wrap up Oct. 25 in
MI. More detailed information is available
on how to apply and workshop
addition to the training, each participant will receive a link to
Vernier Workshop Training Manual with ready-to-use lab handouts.
new to probeware or an avid user, our workshops provide a valuable
learning opportunity for all science and STEM teachers," said Vernier
& Technology CEO John Wheeler. "Our workshops provide educators
training, knowledge and best practices they can bring back to the
engage students in hands-on scientific discovery."
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.