At Lightspeed, we create access to listening and learning between teachers and students through audio technology that effectively enhances listening, creating equitable, engaging and collaborative learning environments.
Lightspeed Technologies classroom audio systems improve the learning environment and help students and teachers reach their goals. Watch this short video to learn more.
Daniel Ostergren, Educational Audiologist talks briefly about why It's critical for students and teacher to know the difference between hearing and understanding.
Teachers have insight into where to spend their most valuable time. Teach students remotely and redirect small groups more efficiently.
See and hear how teachers and students are using Lightspeed Systems to gain the confidence to share their ideas with their classmates.
What do you mean by filling in the gaps? Dr Carol Flexer discusses automatic auditory cognitive closure and how children can't easily close or complete misheard or partially heard information.
Engaging inhibited students in the classroom conversation is always challenging, but teachers and administrators say Flexcat is making a positive difference.
In this drama, a teacher is faced with helping a child who is painfully shy. The insights the teacher gains from “listening in” enlighten him to our student’s leadership skills and knowledge that only come through in the comfort of her small peer group.
In this drama a teacher struggles with her need to manage the class and her desire for her kids to take responsibility for their own learning through debate, collaboration and ultimately sharing their results with the entire class.
Building on the basic concepts, in this sixth, in a series of ten videos, Dr. Carol Flexer discusses what needs to occur to optimize acoustic accessibility in the classroom.