Vernier announces its recent partnerships with these top education technology-related companies:
Scratch (opens in new tab)
Engage students with scientific and computational concepts through hands-on project-based learning with the coding platform from Scratch and the Go Direct® Force and Acceleration Sensor from Vernier.
Makeblock (opens in new tab)
With Makeblock robots coupled with STEM activities from Vernier, students learn entry-level coding skills as they program robots to interact with the physical world.
Google Science Journal (opens in new tab)
Students can organize their ideas into projects, make predictions, take notes, collect data in multiple trials, and then annotate results with Google Science Journal. Connect a compatible Go Direct sensor to begin wirelessly streaming data to any Android™ device.
Google Workbench (opens in new tab)
Track progress, access lessons, and keep a record of work for students through Google Workbench. Free experiments from Vernier that explore coding, chemistry, biology, physiology, and physics are available through Google Workbench.
Microsoft (opens in new tab)
Explore the Microsoft Hacking STEM project, using sensors from Vernier in an interactive, project‑based set of investigations.