Teachers talk about leveraging Flexcat to help small group learners, while gaining insights into how their students are arriving at their answers.
In this last, in a series of ten videos, Dr. Carol Flexer summarizes the many advantages of acoustic accessibility.
Do Classroom Audio Distribution Systems provide any benefits to the teacher and if so what are they? In this eight, in a series of ten videos, Dr. Carol Flexer explains how classroom audio helps teachers preserve their vocal integrity.
If Classroom Audio Distribution (classroom audio) offers so many great benefits backed by research, why isn't it in every classroom? In this ninth, in a series of ten videos, Dr. Carol Flexer discusses why a classroom might sound acoustically fine to an adult, but not to a child.
What is the signal to noise ratio and how does this impact acoustic accessibility? In this fifth, in a series of ten videos, Dr. Carol Flexer discusses signal to noise ratio in the classroom.
Tell us more about auditory brain development. In this fourth, in a series of ten videos, Dr. Carol Flexer discusses how we hear with the brain and the how the auditory information reaching the brain enables learning.
Flexcat's Access Technology is helping connect students to the learning process and giving teachers the tools to up their game with Common Core challenges.
Educational audiologist Daniel Ostergren talks about breaking down the barriers to good connections: teacher-to-student and student-to-student.
Going beyond the critical distance of the direct source in the classroom, the teacher, reverberation can interfere with a student's ability to intelligibly hear the teacher.
Educators talk about how their students are honing their presentation skills, and enjoying the ability to share their knowledge with their entire class through Flexcat.