Create Experiments Your Students Will Love!
Pocketlab is an easy to use sensor that can be used right across all phases of education from primary to PhD students. It connects using Bluetooth and starts collecting data instantly. There are three main sensors; Air, Voyager and Weather. They each have a different set of internal sensors to cover the need for so many experiments.
PocketLab Air is an all-in-one science lab for investigating climate change and air pollution in your environment. We've designed PocketLab Air to be capable enough for climate and air quality researchers but simple enough for a key stage 2 student to use. With PocketLab Air can measure:
- Carbon dioxide
- Particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5, PM10)
- Barometric pressure
PocketLab Voyager is an all-in-one science lab that is capable enough for a professional engineer and simple enough for a key stage 2 student to use. With PocketLab Voyager, you can conduct hundreds of science experiments covering; physics, engineering, Earth science, chemistry, biology and programming.
- Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Connection
- Measures: motion, altitude, light, magnetic fields and more
- Compatible with most smartphones, tablets, and computers
10x Classroom Voyager Included with a classroom set:
- 10 PocketLab Voyagers
- Charging station with 5 ports
- 10 micro-USB cables
- Durable carrying case
There are clear references at all key stages of the NC to the use of collecting and analysing data and the ease of use of the Pocketlab range makes them an excellent solution to meet this requirement
Years 1 and 2
Pupils should seek answers to questions through collecting, analysing and presenting data.
Years 5 and 6
taking measurements, using a range of scientific equipment, with increasing accuracy and precision, taking repeat readings when appropriate.
Years 3 and 4
gathering, recording, classifying and presenting data in a variety of ways to help in answering questions
Key stage 3
make and record observations and measurements using a range of methods for different investigations