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High School / Physics

Relative Motion

The purpose of this lab is to study motion relative to a moving reference frame. The velocity of a Smart Cart as measured by the cart's motion...

NEW
High School / Physics

Graph Matching

In this lab, the velocity of a Smart Cart Motor is controlled by a Blockly program using an equation of motion.Students change the initial velocity...

High School / Biology

Plant Pigments and Photosynthesis

In this lab, students will separate plant pigments from a sample using paper chromatography and measure the light reactions of photosynthesis...

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

High School / Biology

09_Plant Pigments

Students analyze spinach pigments and chloroplasts using paper chromatography, a colorimeter, and a spectrometer to understand how plants capture...

Middle School / Physical Science

Waves and Energy

Students learn that sound is produced by vibrating objects, that sound travels from a source through air, solids, and liquids, and its loudness...

Source: Essential Middle School Science Teacher Lab Manual

Middle School / Life Science

Photosynthesis

Guide students to measure the change in carbon dioxide (in a closed system) with a carbon dioxide sensor to facilitate an understanding of the...

Source: Essential Middle School Science Teacher Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Investigation of Acid-Base Titrations

Students compare the pH titration profiles of strong, weak and polyprotic acids.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

Middle School / Earth Science

Humidity and Dew Point

Students will be using a weather sensor to examine the differences between absolute and relative humidity and relate those to the dew point.

Source: Essential Middle School Science Teacher Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading (Colorimeter)

Students determine the reaction order of crystal violet fading in the presence of sodium hydroxide.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

Elementary / Elementary Science

Determining Sound Levels

Students learn that sound is produced by vibrating objects, that sound travels from a source through air, solids, and liquids, and its loudness...

Source: Essential Elementary Science Teacher Lab Manual

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