All Aboard intelino!
That's right--you can now put the Voyager/Intelino lessons developed to good use in the classroom! The "intelino® smart train" ($99.95) was launched in the United States on September 10, 2019. It is available in all US Apple Stores and at apple.com. In addition Amazon has units available, and units are available at the intelino online shop. The Track Extension Pack ($24.95), identical to the track included in the intelino train Starter Set, is avalilable from Apple, Amazon, and intelino.com.
The table below lists all of the Voyager/Intelino lessons available for free on the PocketLab web site. Lesson titles, links, and short descriptions of each of the lessons are shown in the table along with a checklist of suggested grade levels for each lesson.
|PocketLab Voyager Rides the “intelino® smart train”||PocketLab Voyager is attached to an intelino smart train, allowing students to study the concept of speed in a fun way .||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|intelino smart train/Voyager: Angular Velocity||PocketLab Voyager and an intelino smart train work together to provide a lesson in angular velocity.||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|intelino smart train/PocketLab: Match-made-in-heaven||PocketLab Voyager and the intelino smart train team up for a STEM project in which students design an experiment to determine the train's speed.||X||X||X||X||X|
|intelino/PocketLab: Relative Velocity Lab Grades 6-9||This experiment provides a hands-on investigation of relative velocity by interfacing PocketLab Voyager and intelino smart trains.||X||X||X||X|
|intelino/PocketLab: A Study of Randomness for Grades 6-8||This lesson, designed for math students, uses PocketLab Voyager and an intelino smart train to learn some basic concepts related to randomness.||X||X||X|
|intelino/PocketLab: Impulse & Change in Momentum||This AP physics lesson describes a lab for showing that impulse equals change in momentum. PocketLab Voyager is interfaced with the intelino smart train.||X||X|
|intelino/PocketLab: Velocity vs. Impulse to Stop||In this lab interfacing Voyager and an intelino smart train, AP physics students show that the impulse to stop an object is proportional to its speed.||X||X|
|intelino/Voyager Lab: Stopping Distance vs. Speed||PocketLab Voyager and the intelino smart train interface in a lab to show the relationship between stopping distance and speed.||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|Pi from Voyager and an Intelino Smart Train||This lab for math students uses PocketLab Voyager and an intelino smart train to determine an approximate value for pi.||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|intelino/Voyager: 7-9 Math/Physical Science Slope Lab||Math and physical science students study the concept of slope in a lab that makes use of PocketLab Voyager and an intelino smart train.||X||X||X|
|intelino/Voyager: Periodic Motion Lab||Students study periodic motion in a lab that makes use of PocketLab Voyager and an Intelino smart train.||X||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|Intelino / Voyager Lab: "Floor-it" Acceleration/Max Speed||Students design an experiment in which PocketLab Voyager is used to determine the maximum speed and acceleration of an intelino smart train engine.||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|Intelino / Voyager: Angular Velocity vs. Speed in Circular Motion||This experiment uses PocketLab Voyager and an intelino smart train to show that angular velocity is proportional to speed in circular motion.||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|Calibration Lesson: Intelino Smart Train and Voyager||This lesson makes use of PocketLab Voyager to calibrate the speed of an intelino smart engine based upon the position of the accelerator.||X||X||X||X||X||X|