Digital Tools K-12 Science Teachers

PROBEWARE 101: Using Digital Tools in Science (STEM)

VERNIER PROBEWARE Professional Development Opportunity by CRESD113 Digital Learning Resource Center (formerly the ETSC)

Hands-On Experience - If you can
bring your old, not working, or new equipment, a laptop if you can. No equipment, that's okay we will have some there for you to experience. No laptop? We will provide that as well.
A digital tool that measures a physical quantity & converts it into a signal that can be read by an observer or by an instrument.

Temperature, Light Motions, Magenetic Field, Gas Pressure, Voltage, Force, Heart Rate, and Conductivity are the most popular sensors for elementary & Middle School Science. Feel creative? Vernier has the option for over 80+ sensors.


There are LOW-cost solutions like the GO! Link, a single-channel interface that connects to a computer via USB. It is also compatible with 54 sensors and is a popular low-cost solution. CHECK it out!

THIS WEEK! At Capital Region ESD113

Thursday, Aug. 22nd 2013 at 9am-3:30pm

6005 Tyee Drive Southwest

Tumwater, WA

Register at

Session ID: 46426

Our Commitment to CCSS and TPEP

Learn how to integrate Vernier Probeware into your classroom as students work to meet the CCSS standards.

Click here for our CRESD113 Vernier flyer with more information!

WA State Teacher Evaluation Criteria
#1 Centering instruction on high expectations for student achievement.
#2 Demonstrating effective teaching practices.
#8 Exhibiting collaborative & collegial practices focused on improving instructional practice and student learning.

Educational Service District 113

Providing teachers and students with Educational Resources using Technology, Media membership, and MASK Science Kit services.