K12Lab powered by NI LabVIEW

Engage Students and Create Enthusiam about Math and Science

K12Lab is a fantastic resource for teachers looking to get their students involved and engaged. This site focuses on STEM coursework - Science - Technology - Engineering and Math.

K12Lab powered by NI LabVIEW


K12Lab powered by NI LabVIEW offers lesson plans and projects on a multitude of subjects. These subjects include Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering and Robotics. Everything you need to create some great class experiences for your students. You can even share your best lesson plans! The idea is to give teachers better and better resources to help their students.

K12Lab Lesson Plans Engineering Robotics Computer Science Physics and more!


This may be my favorite section of the K12Lab website powered by NI LabView. It focuses on "People Doing Cool Stuff. With Cool Stuff." What better way to engage students than by showing them videos on what they can do and then letting them work on that project themselves. There are tons of attention getting ideas out there. Here are just a few titles to give you an idea: "Popcorn Tweets", "Controlling a Video Game with your Eyes", "Drive a car with iPhone and LabVIEW" and the "Knee Brace Simulator". Every video will list the hardware and software products used for the project as well as the different subjects covered, as well as resources to help you do the project for your classroom. You can also read great articles and submit your own ideas to inspire others.

Knee Brace Simulator Engineering Robotics & Physics

There is so much that K12Lab offers, you really need to check it out yourself. There is plenty of information on LabVIEW. You can tour LabVIEW, see who uses it and find ways to breathe life into your STEM lessons. You can also see how the NI myDAQ, Vernier, Lego Mindstorms and Tetrix can be added to the mix. There are support features and much more. Check it out. National Instruments products are available at academic pricing at Studica.com.

Here is a great video that talks about how you can inspire your classroom with LabVIEW.