The most recent addition to the line of video training experiments from Globisens makes the complexities of magnetic fields easy, enabling students to visualize Lenz and Faraday Laws. The purpose of this activity is to study the relationship between a magnetic field and an electric current in a conductor. The experiment is performed using the Physio Labdisc and its Low Voltage sensor.
The Labdisc Enviro with the iPad connects students in the American International School in Israel and the Czech Republic.
8th to 12th graders participating in the GAIA (Global Awareness Investigation and Action) project measure the impact of bird box environmental conditions on breeding.
Mr. Dov Bruker, Globisens CEO was honoured to be invited as a key speaker at the regional GLOBE opening event last month for selected teachers, and hosted by Farid Hamdan, the Globe National Coordinator. Globe project promotes hands-on, K-12 school-based science and education in almost 26,000 schools worldwide.
Globisens were announced by the Tech & Learning magazine as education technology products winners as part of the Awards of Excellence prestigious 30-year-old recognition program. Award winning software, hardware, network, Web products include innovative applications that break new ground as well as those that added significant enhancements to proven education tools.
The most recent addition to the Globisens line of video training experiments examines Boyle’s Law-analyzing the relationship between the pressure and volume of a confined gas at constant temperature using the Labdisc air pressure sensor.