Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) Predicts 3 Key Education Trends Fully Supported by the Labdisc

Labdisc supports iPad-based classrooms

Andrew Rhodes is one of a select few ADE's who show teachers around the world how Apple technologies can support learning. Previously a science teacher, now the Director of Technology for the international school of Stavanger in Norway, Andrew is always on the lookout for exciting new education technologies that have the potential to change learning outcomes for the better.

Labdisc for Interactive Boards

Labdisc for Interactive Boards

Due for release in Q2, 2012, this feature wirelessly connects 8 Labdiscs to a single teacher's computer which then communicates with the class interactive board. Leveraging existing technology and removing the need to buy more computers, the compact, cable-free Labdisc transforms the class into a digital science lab with 8 stations for hands-on experimentation and collaborative learning.