Learn how Tahoe Truckee overcame equity problems in the learning environment between portables and traditional Classrooms.
Beaverton School District choose the Redcat audio systems in their ELL classrooms to allow student to experience clear language modeling.
Learn how Freewater Elementary School created equity in the learning environments between their portable and traditional classrooms by adding classroom audio equipment.
A school audit prompts district to require classroom audio systems after they discovered a positive correlation between student engagement and the classroom audio system.
Two mothers partnered with their local district to create a pilot project called Hear to Learn, which brought Redcat audio systems to every elementary class allowing all students in large chaotic classrooms to hear the teacher and each other clearly.
A STEM facilitator, Rich Wastler, details how Flexcat connects him to student throughout a 1,600 sq. ft. lab.
A classroom audio system was brought in for a hearing-impaired student, who now feels included, less singled out and the entire class is more engaged.
As collaborative learning becomes the “new normal” and class size continues to grow, learn how these teachers are effectively monitor and manage small groups.
A school that piloted the Flexcat to reduce vocal strain discovered its most powerful effect was on how the teachers were able to personalize small-group instruction.
Educators at Richardson Elementary discovered how the Redcat system helped them engage a variety of students and improve their learning outcomes.