Advanced Placement / Chemistry

How Hard is Your Tap Water?

Students use conductometric titration and gravimetry to determine how much calcium carbonate is in a sample of tap water.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

High School / BiologyEnvironmental ScienceSTEM

Blockly Extension: Fish Tank Water Quality

Students will use an optical dissolved oxygen sensor and Blockly code to write a program that helps children understand the relationship between...

Source: Blockly Investigations and Activities

High School / ChemistrySTEM

Blockly Extension: Determination of Titration Endpoint

Students will be using a pH sensor, a drop counter, and Blockly coding to demonstrate the endpoint of a titration of an acid by a base.

Source: Blockly Investigations and Activities

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Investigating the Copper Content of Brass

This lab extends knowledge of the electromagnetic spectrum, spectrometry and colorimetry. It uses Beer's law and generation of a calibration...

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

High School / BiologyEnvironmental ScienceSTEM

Blockly Extension: Photosynthesis and Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Students use a carbon dioxide sensor and Blockly code to estimate how many actively photosynthesizing spinach leaves it would take to offset...

Source: Blockly Investigations and Activities

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Analysis of Food Dyes in Sports Drinks

Students use a colorimeter to quantify the amount of food dye in a sports drink.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

High School / Biology

Volume of Breath

Students use a spirometer to investigate how the amount of air moving in and out of the lungs changes with exercise.

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

High School / Biology

Regulation of Body Heat

Students use two fast response temperature probes to look for evidence of homeostasis while experiencing changes in external body temperature.

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

High School / Biology

Muscle Strength

Students use a pressure sensor to test grip strength and to investigate muscle fatigue.

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

High School / Biology

Exercise and Blood Pressure

Students use a blood pressure sensor to learn how to measure blood pressure and understand how aerobic exercise affects blood pressure parameters.

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

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