Research & Whitepapers

Improving Student Learning Through Clear, Intelligible Sound eBook

Researchers have identified essential benefits of hearing in the classroom for all learners, including increased speech intelligibility, increased academic achievement and listening abilities.

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Audio Solutions for Classroom Reopening Challenges

Protective masks. Social distancing. Remote teaching. These new health precautions will impact the learning environment, and make communication more difficult. Find solutions to ensure teacher and student voices are heard.

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Overcome Auditory Challenges Created by Face Masks

Face masks and other protective coverings will make communication more difficult for teachers and students as they return to school and classrooms. Find out more how Lightspeed instructional audio solutions help overcome these listening challenges and ensure clarity of speech and even sound distribution for in-class and remote learners.

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The Benefits of Classroom Audio Technology

The Benefits of Classroom Audio - Research, validated by the U.S. Department of Education, is clear, consistent and conclusive... all students benefit from classroom audio technology.

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Anytime, Anywhere Access to Learning

by Dr. Haglund, Santa Ana, CA

How a Southern California district fit all the pieces together for a successful tech-based personalized learning program.

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Impact of Classroom Audio on High ESOL: Student Population: Mid-Atlantic School District

As a result of implementing classroom audio, teachers at a Mid-Atlantic school district experienced improved student attention, class interaction, and oral participation from their pre-k and kindergarten ESOL students.

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New Elementary School is a Model for Inclusion

From the furniture to the sound systems, the brand-new Nelson Place School is designed to meet the needs of all students, including children with autism.

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The MARRS Project

MARRS is an National Diffusion Network (NDN) project that uses a wireless FM microphone system for sound-field amplification of the classroom teacher’s voice in order to enhance oral instruction, lessen teacher voice fatigue, and improve student academic achievement.

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LENA PROJECT

An Assessment of the Efficacy of a Classroom Audio Distribution System Using Language Environment Analysis by Daniel Ostergren, AuD, Educational Audiologist.

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UK Research Report

Research study into the impact of the Flexcat classroom audio distribution system.

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