Now middle and high school students can grasp even the most sophisticated physics concepts in motion with the Globisens new high accuracy and wireless, dynamic sensor - Dymo.The sensor measures force at a range of ±50N, 3-axis acceleration at a range of ±8g and has a sampling rate fixed at 500 samples per second.
After only a few months since it's release, the Labdisc Gensci with GlobiLab software has won the Worlddidac Award, the most recognized international prize in the education sector.
The award is presented every two years to innovative and pedagogically valuable products with a high potential to improve learning or teaching.
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.
Following successful elementary school teacher training in Russia and high school teachers in Mexico, Globisens held workshops in Israel this month where middle to high school teachers explored key science concepts with the Labdisc data logger.