Showing 105 experiments that use the Wireless Temperature Sensor.

Elementary / ChemistryElementary ScienceSTEM

Blockly Extension: Evidence of Chemical Reactions

In this activity, students develop a Blockly program that determines whether a chemical change is occurring using temperature readings.

Source: Blockly Investigations and Activities

Middle School / Life Science

Thermoregulation

Students will explore the relationship between internal body temperature and the skin surface temperature of their hand under different conditions.

Source: Essential Middle School Science Teacher Lab Manual

Middle School / Earth Science

Seasons and Temperature

Students will use different models to recreate the effects of the Sun on Earth. In Part 1, students use a model to examine the equinox. In Part...

Source: Essential Middle School Science Teacher Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Applications of Le Chatelier's Principle

Students study equilibrium and the reversibility of chemical reactions using colorimetry and energy changes.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Building a Better Hand Warmer

Students use a temperature sensor to determine the heat of solution of a number of ionic compounds and propose a practical hand warmer design.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Investigating Physical and Chemical Changes of Matter

Students use a variety of sensors and particle modeling to characterize physical and chemical changes of matter.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Stoichiometry in Solutions

Students use conductometric titration and particle modeling to study the stoichiometry of acid-base titration.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

Elementary / Elementary Science

How a Greenhouse Works: Heat

Students investigate how heat inside a model greenhouse if affected by changes to the covering materials on the box.

Source: Essential Elementary Science Teacher Lab Manual

Elementary / Elementary Science

Thermal Insulators and Conductors

Students measure the temperature of water in a variety of cups to identify those that are best served as insulators or conductors.

Source: Essential Elementary Science Teacher Lab Manual

Elementary / Elementary Science

Evidence of Chemical Reactions

Students will use baking soda, vinegar, and a temperature sensor to investigate chemical reactions.

Source: Essential Elementary Science Teacher Lab Manual

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