Free Workshops for Science Teachers

Hands-on workshops in more than 40 cities show educators how to integrate data collection into the curriculum using the ‘LabQuest’ handheld.
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Beginning in September, science teachers in 41 cities can gain experience in making science instruction hands-on by attending one of Vernier Software & Technology’s free fall workshops.

During the 4-hour workshops, Vernier trainers and attendees will explore how data-collection technology can be used to teach important topics in any science classroom. Participants will learn how to collect data both in the lab and out in the field using Vernier's LabQuest to create real-world science investigations - and earn CEUs and science graduate credit hours in the process.

Sessions are lead by current or former classroom science and math teachers, who have collectively written more than 60 science books and lab manuals. For more information about the workshops visit http://www.vernier.com/workshops.

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