This grant also enhances an initial grant awarded last year by providing more calculator-based labs and probes so that all high school science students can quickly measure and analyze real-time biological data while working in small groups in their classrooms or in the field.
This grant enhances a grant awarded last year by the NPEF by providing new probes for physics students at all levels so that they may work in small groups to analyze motion, force, light, acceleration, temperature, magnetic pull voltage, and current.
A hands-on, minds-on program that integrates science, math and technology, RoboChallenge will allow Middle School students to build on their fourth-grade robotics and sixth-grade models and designs units by providing guided and progressive robotics and machine design exercises. Students will have the opportunity to solve problems using tools, machines and processes used in industry and […]
A lab-based initiative to enhance the high school science program, Calculator-Based Labs will provide a calculator interface and electronic probes to allow students to collect, record and graph real-time data in experiments across the science curriculum, including areas such as photosynthesis, respiration, and conductivity.
This hands-on science program will provide three computer probe systems to support the physics classes in measuring real-life problems in motion, acceleration and force.