Professional Development

Vernier Offers Spring Workshops for STEM Teachers on Data-Collection Tools

Vernier Software & Technology will host 29 free, hands-on workshops this spring for STEM educators to learn how to implement their data-collection technology into their curriculum.

The four-hour workshops will be led by a Vernier training specialist who will guide attendees through science experiments using Vernier’s hardware, software and mobile technologies. The company’s probeware can be used for physics, chemistry, biology, environmental science and more. Last month, Vernier unveiled its Go Direct family of sensors, which collect data on temperature, pressure, light, radiation, voltage and more wirelessly or via USB.  

The schedule of workshops is as follows:

  • Feb. 22: Orlando, FL
  • Feb. 23: Tampa, FL
  • Feb. 27: Birmingham, AL
  • Feb. 28: Atlanta, GA
  • March 1: Marietta, GA
  • March 2: Knoxville, TN
  • March 4: Nashville, TN
  • March 6: Charleston, SC
  • March 8: Charlotte, NC
  • March 9: Greensboro, NC
  • April 22: Hartford, CT
  • April 24: Phoenix, AZ
  • April 24: Westchester Co., NY
  • April 25: Newark, NJ
  • April 25: Benton/Washington Co., AR
  • April 26: Riverside, CA
  • April 26: Princeton, NJ
  • April 26: Little Rock, AR
  • April 27: Pasadena, CA
  • April 27: Memphis, TN
  • April 29: New Orleans, LA
  • May 4: Philadelphia, PA
  • May 6: Wilmington, DE
  • May 8: Fresno, CA
  • May 8: Baltimore, MD
  • May 9: Stockton, CA
  • May 9: Arlington, VA
  • May 10: Sacramento, CA
  • May 10: Richmond, VA

For those unable to attend, Vernier offers training webinars, video training and has a white paper out for more information on how the use of probeware can help improve student performance.

Watch the video below for more information.

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