The Myth of the ‘Teacher Voice’We’ve all heard the classic line – and, if you’re an educator, you’ve likely delivered it. “I’ll just use my teacher voice.” Educators often don’t think they need classroom audio solutions, instead choosing to rely on anelevated “teacher voice” to be heard. The truth is this perceived ability to rise above the din anddistractions is […]
Implementing Instructional Audio to Address Unfinished LearningInterruptions to classroom time took a heavy toll on student learning. Virtual platforms proved a poor substitute, especially for the social-emotional learning (SEL) crucial to engaging and motivating students. Research shows instructional audio can help teacher re-engage students as they grapple with significant unfinished learning.
7 Reasons Listening Should Be Your Top PriorityIf students can’t hear adequately in the classroom, they probably aren’t learning adequately either. Download the infographic to learn how listening affects student achievement and how many children suffer from mild hearing loss and more.