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Data-Logging: - A
good basic introduction for teachers to sensors adn how to use the data collected.
From Laurence Rogers, School of Eduction, Leicester University
Science in Dataloggerama - For the classroom- a wide range of experiments
using Data loggers, with related questions. From Roger Frost's Dataloggerama
Specific equipment (actvities can be adapted for other instruments)
Casio Classroom - for calculator and data collection devices - Good introductory activities to explore the concepts prior to using the equipment. From University of Central Florida
Pico Technology : Library of Science Experiments - from Pico Technology - categorised into disciplines
Online Experiments -discipline-based plus primary (middle) school- using PASCO equipmwent only, but may be a good source of ideas - from Pasco
Laptop Learning Challenge:Learning Science, Math and Technology with laptops. Experiments for collecting data awithout sensors and analysing results.
for experiments to use with sensors (of any make) - from Probesight,
Concord Consortium- click on sensors suggestions
and Calculator-Based Interfaces in Biology - Senior Biology from Access
Chemistry and Datalogging - For vernier equipment - includes worksheets adn powerpoint presentations
- experiments and linked resources from Community Science Action Guide
Data Loggers - a workshop presented by Paul Wacher at the 11th Biennial Science Teachers' Workshop, The University of Sydney, 2004(pdf 258.1kB). Includes step by step guidance though experiments and other ideas.
Local Environment Context based project from the Wetland Environmental
Education Centre providing opportunity to use data logger in the field, which
could be adapted for other contexts. (pdf 1.46MB)
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