Monthly Archives: April 2015

Using Vernier Digital Probes in AHS Anatomy and Physiology

Q&A with Arlington High School Science Teacher Cory Bavuso on using Vernier digital probes with Anatomy and Physiology students Vernier probes are computerized measuring devices that capture data via specialized sensors. Cory Bavuso describes how she has been using Vernier … Continue reading

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Vernier Digital Probe use in Arlington High School Physics

AHS Physics Teacher John Macuk’s Use of Vernier Digital Probes Vernier digital probes are computerized measuring devices that capture data via specialized sensors. For instance, the acidity level of a solution can be measured by dipping a pencil-sized sensor into the … Continue reading

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Creating, Administering and Grading Tests Online: Q&A with Ottoson Teacher Eric Bakke

Eric Bakke – Ottoson Middle School talks about “Form” Tests: Using laptops with internet connections and google form to create, administer, and grade tests. What did the technology allow you and students to do that you couldn’t have done without … Continue reading

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