PASCO offers complete solutions to increase science literacy (and test scores) with opportunities to explore real-life phenomena, while developing the concepts and applying the science and engineering practices (3D). PASCO also offers solutions to integrate computational thinking and coding with content for your science classroom.

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High School / Physics

Magnetic Field Strength

Students use a magnetic field sensor to measure the magnetic filed at the center of a coil at five different current levels. Students plot magnetic...

High School / Chemistry

Phase Change

Students will use a wireless temperature sensor to determine the affect of phase change on the temperature of a substance.

High School / Physics

Buoyant Force

Students measure the upward force on a cylinder and the displaced volume as it is submerged in a fluid. They determine the relationship between...

High School / Physics

Position, Distance, and Displacement

Students will explore and discover the difference between position, distance, and displacement using graphs of their own motion.

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Using the PASCO Smart Cart to Teach the Right-Hand Rule
Physics

Using the PASCO Smart Cart to Teach the Right-Hand Rule

We high school physics teachers tend to associate the right hand rules with electromagnetism. As a student, my first encounter with a right hand rule was when I was introduced to the magnetic field produced by the electric current in a long, straight wire

Outdoor Explorations in Photosynthesis and Respiration
Biology

Outdoor Explorations in Photosynthesis and Respiration

PASCO’s Wireless CO2 Sensor provides a powerful opportunity for students to explore the effects of photosynthesis and respiration in their local environment. This blog will describe how students can use a “Pretzel Barrel...

The View from a Small Town Physics Classroom
Physics

The View from a Small Town Physics Classroom

Written by: Glenn Grant, a longtime teacher from the small town of Mission, British Columbia, Canada. Let me paint you a picture. Not something physicists normally do but I’ll give it a shot. I teach in a small town in...