Showing 14 experiments that use the Wireless Light Sensor.

High School / Physics

Intensity of Light

Students measure the intensity of a light source vs distance. Using their data they explore the mathematical relationship between intensity and...

Middle School / Physical Science

Measuring Light Intensity

In this lab, students will use light sensors to investigate how light intensity changes as it gets further from the source.

Middle School / Earth Science

Investigating Seismic Waves

In this lab, students will use a light sensor to measure the amplitude and frequency of vibrations during three simulated earthquakes.

Middle School / Earth Science

Night and Day

In this lab, students use a light sensor to measure the light level that falls on a simulated earth's surface as it turns through several rotations.

Middle School / Earth Science

Seasons

In this lab, students will use a light sensor to investigate the relationship between the earth's tilt on its axis, its revolution around the...

Middle School / Life Science

Photosynthesis

In this lab, students will use light and absolute pressure sensors to measure changes in light and pressure in an aquatic ecosystem as an Elodea...

Advanced Placement / Earth & Environmental

Sunlight Intensity and Reflectivity

In this lab, students will use a light sensor, a fast-response temperature probe, and a stainless steel temperature probe to explore the concept...

Advanced Placement / Earth & Environmental

Weather in a Terrarium

In this lab, students will design and conduct an investigation of weather using a closed system, weather sensor, and light sensor to help identify...

Elementary

Light and Dark

In this lab, students use a light sensor to determine how light is related to what they see.

Elementary

Hunting with Light

In this lab, students use a light sensor to compare how organisms, including humans, are able to see. Then, they will compare the light sensitivity...

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