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Ambient Weather® Unveils STEM.org Authenticated™ Trustmark: Meeting the Highest Standards in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education
Discover the cutting-edge weather stations leading the pack - the WS-2902, WS-2000, and WS-5000 - as they earn STEM.org's seal of approval, cementing their status as pioneers in the science education industry.
Ambient Weather, a leading provider of weather monitoring devices, is proud to announce its popular WS-2902, WS-2000, and WS-5000 weather stations have received STEM.org authentication. This certification validates that the products meet high standards for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education and are perfect teaching tools for educators and parents who want their children to learn about the weather.
The WS-2902, WS-2000, and WS-5000 are state-of-the-art weather monitoring systems that are easy to set up and use. The devices connect wirelessly to a bright, engaging display console, which provides real-time data and historical records, and our free weather platform, Ambient Weather Network.
With Stem.org authentication, the WS-2902, WS-2000, and WS-5000 are now recognized as valuable tools for STEM education. These weather stations can help educators teach students about meteorology, data collection, and analysis. Parents can also use them to introduce their children to the wonders of weather and inspire their curiosity about science.
"We're thrilled to receive Stem.org authentication for our weather stations," says Co-Founder JJ White. "These devices have always been popular among weather enthusiasts, but now they're also engaging instructional aids for educators and parents who want to inspire the next generation of meteorologists, scientists, and engineers."
The WS-2902, WS-2000, and WS-5000 weather stations are available for purchase on the Ambient Weather website and through authorized retailers. For more information about these products and their Stem.org authentication, please visit the Ambient Weather website: www.ambientweather.com