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Vermilion Parish Science In-Service Using the GLX. January 23, 2010. Do some students in your class look like this?. Have you ever had days like this?. We must increase student engagement!. In a science classroom, there a number of ways this can be achieved! Competition Movement Technology

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Vermilion parish science in service using the glx
Vermilion Parish Science In-ServiceUsing the GLX

January 23, 2010




We must increase student engagement
We must increase student engagement!

  • In a science classroom, there a number of ways this can be achieved!

    • Competition

    • Movement

    • Technology

  • Today we will concentrate on Technology by introducing you to the GLX!!




Function Keys (F Keys GLX!)

Check & Arrow Keys

Home

Start & Stop

Power On/Off (not shown)


Using the glx simulator
Using the GLX Simulator! GLX!

  • When Data Studio is loaded on your computer, a GLX Simulator is part of the package.

  • The icon will be on your desktop.

  • Turn on the GLX & plug it into your computer.

  • Double click the icon & the simulator will open up!

  • Click on “Show Large Screen.” Now your students can see what buttons to press & what the screen should look like!


Connecting a sensor to the glx
Connecting a Sensor to the GLX! GLX!

  • If you have a PASPORT sensor, plug it into one of the PASPORT ports on the GLX.

  • If you have a temperature probe (fast-response or stainless steel), plug it into one of the temperature ports on the side of the GLX.

  • If you have a voltage probe, plug it into the voltage port on the side of the GLX.

    Task result: The GLX detects the sensor and adds it to your experiment.


Let s plug in a temperature sensor
Let’s Plug In A Temperature Sensor! GLX!

  • Notice the GLX is “Plug & Play!”

  • Now, let’s start an experiment!


Starting a new experiment
Starting A New Experiment! GLX!

  • Press to open the Home screen.

  • Use the arrow keys to highlight the Data Files icon and press.

  • Press to open the Files menu.

  • In the Files menu, use the arrow keys to highlight New Files and press .

  • Press to return to the Home screen. You are now ready for any experiment.


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