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Science for Everyone PocketLab Experiment

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Find lessons, activities, and programming applications suitable for everyone from 4th grade Earth Science students to college-level engineering students.

 

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Middle School Science

This lesson is motivated by a respiration study using a FLIR ONE™ thermal camera in conjunction with the Vernier Thermal Analysis Plus app. Using Voyager and…
Although there are a number of Web-based screen animations illustrating Kepler’s Law of Equal Areas, there are virtually no widespread physical demonstrations…
A common experiment for studying the reflectivity of different colored surfaces makes use of colored construction paper, aluminum foil, a light source, and a…

High School Physics

Have your students attach Voyager to a Speedway Wonder™ car, set up a Speedway track of their own design, and they will be ready to challenge one another in a…
Engage your students in engineering practices and classic force and motion and energy concepts in a fun and unique way. With a PocketLab attached to a Hot…
The ability to quickly match empirical data to well-known mathematical models is an essential feature in the analysis of experiments.  This technique is…

News

Getting some quantitative data from a cart rolling down an incline. Here, PocketLab One is attached to a cart and connected via Bluetooth to the PocketLab app…
PocketLab One on a journey through Splash Mountain. Here it survives a couple drops while measuring acceleration. Video was recorded using the PocketLab Video…
People can't seem to stop fidgeting with Fidget Spinners, so they might as well learn some science along the way! This 3D printed enclosure allows you to put a…