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Fun with Electromagnetism

Submitted by PocketLab on Fri, 06/08/2018 - 17:20

Explore Electromagnetism in the Classroom with PocketLab

PocketLab Voyager and PocketLab One's magnetometer provide a unique and easily accessible way to explore electromagnetism in your classroom. Check out these classroom activities below:

Exploring Sports Science

Submitted by PocketLab on Tue, 05/15/2018 - 20:58

Sports Science with PocketLab

Take your game to the next level while exploring the physics behind your favorite sport. PocketLab’s many sensors can be used in a number of ways to better understand the sports science behind a spiral throw, a spinning ballerina, a runner’s stride, and more. Check out these examples below to find your inspiration.

PocketLab - Um laboratório que cabe na palma da sua mão.

Submitted by Renata on Sat, 05/05/2018 - 03:33

O PocketLab é um laboratório de ciências completo que pode ser levado para qualquer lugar e utilizado para fazer experiências científicas no ambiente ao seu redor. Ele é utilizado por professores e instituições de ensino ao redor do mundo para a execução de atividades práticas de física, ciências ambientais e climáticas, química, robótica, ciência da computação e mais.

PocketLab 3D Printed Kits for Teaching NGSS

Submitted by PocketLab on Wed, 04/25/2018 - 16:32

PocketLab science kits that you can 3D print

The PocketLab team has put together four PocketLab science kits that you can 3D print for free at home or in your classroom. These kits have been specifically engineered to work with your PocketLab to collect interesting data while having a whole lot of fun. If you're a teacher, these kits are great tools to use alongside your PocketLab to help teach NGSS aligned activities.  

 

 

Using Scratch with PocketLab

Submitted by PocketLab on Tue, 12/05/2017 - 18:18

PocketLab let's you write Scratch programs that talk to the outside world. This guide will help you get started connecting your PocketLab to MIT Media Lab's Scratch software. With PocketLab and Scratch you can read real time sensor data in Scratch and write programs that interact with the outside world.

Follow these steps to get started with the PocketLab - Scratch integration: