by Michael Niehoff
In 21st century education and work, we hear a lot about collaboration. Indeed, global economic experts have cited teamwork as the most important skill for the future. In addition to encouraging students to partner with one another, we also need to examine what student-teacher collaboration looks like in 21st-century classrooms.
by Mike Ribble
For countless years in education, the process of teaching has been largely one-directional. The idea was to have students sit and absorb as much information from the instructor as possible. Then after collecting the information share it back for the test.
by Dr. Luvelle Brown
Contemporary learners deserve learning spaces that meet their individual and collective needs. To meet this challenge, educational leaders must provide physical and cultural environments that are empowering and engaging.
One of the exciting things about providing classroom audio solutions that make a difference in the lives of students and teachers is the understanding that no two classrooms, and no two sets of user’s needs, are exactly the same. When things are done right, we at Lightspeed Technologies know after some 20 years in the business, that a real, positive difference truly is made in people’s lives and results in better learning.
The Redcat classroom audio system, was highlighted in the story as a tool that was purchased in the widespread improvements made to a local elementary school as a result of a bond issue. Grateful as I am for the news coverage, what really impressed me was all the caring that was evident in the radio report, on both sides of the microphone, and what this ongoing series of stories will mean to our the children in our community.
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