Vernier Software & Technology is offering 20 free hands-on workshops this fall to help science educators incorporate data-collection technology into their curriculum. Held at locations nationwide, each four-hour workshop will provide educators of all levels with the opportunity to explore classroom-ready experiments and connect with fellow educators, while testing out Vernier Software & Technology’s line of data-collection technology. All attendees will receive a Go Direct Temperature Probe, along with experiment ideas, that they can use in their own classrooms.
During the workshops, educators will work with a Vernier training specialist to learn skills and best practices for data-collection in physics, chemistry, biology, environmental science, Earth science, and coding, as well as middle school science to help meet the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). After a brief overview of the technology, educators will explore specialized activities based on their grade level and area of interest.
In addition to a Go Direct Temperature, each attendee will receive a light meal and a downloadable Workshop Training Manual, which includes ready-to-use experiment handouts for all science disciplines. Interested educators can select dates from the schedule below.
September 2019 Workshop Dates and Locations
September 9: Houston, TX
September 11: San Antonio, TX
September 12: Austin, TX
September 14: Dallas, TX
September 16: Raleigh, NC
September 17: Oklahoma City, OK
September 17: Richmond, VA
September 18: Washington, DC
September 19: Kansas City, MO
September 21: St. Louis, MO
September 23: Buffalo (Cheektowaga), NY
September 23: Indianapolis, IN
September 24: Rochester, NY
September 24: Cincinnati, OH
September 25: Louisville, KY
September 26: Albany, NY
October 2019 Workshop Dates and Locations
October 1: Los Angeles (Burbank), CA
October 3: Palo Alto (Redwood City), CA
October 7: Madison (Middleton), WI
October 9: Minneapolis (St. Paul), MN
For complete details and to register for a Vernier workshop, visit www.vernier.com/workshops (opens in new tab).