By: Regina Ahmann
Workers in science- or STEM-related fields typically use multi-sensor packets to collect several points of data quickly and accurately. Copying those real-world tasks through the use of probes and data loggers in science instruction not only prepares STEM-focused students for the workplace but also streamlines experiment procedures, increases the accuracy of results, and heightens the engagement of all students, even those not planning on STEM careers.
I’ll use the example of environmental science, a hands-on subject where a virtually limitless pool of facts, experiments, and concepts describe the world around us. Investigations into acid rain, carbon footprints, sustainable living, water quality, and the greenhouse effect all help engage students in some of the most important subject matter of our…
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