Three STEM teachers each win $5,500 in prizes for their innovative use of Vernier sensors in teaching engineering concepts


STEM-engineeringVernier Software & Technology recently named the winners of its 2015 Engineering Contest. The three winning educators – Tate Rector of Beebe Public Schools in Beebe, Ariz.; Ross Gunderson of Delaware County Christian School in Newtown Square, Pa.; and, Gioya De Souza-Fennelly of Columbia University’s Teachers College in New York, N.Y. were chosen for their innovative teaching of engineering concepts and practices using Vernier sensors in the classroom.

“The Vernier Engineering Contest provides a...

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