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November 10, 2020
Understanding How Acoustic Accessibility Impacts Learning
Understanding How Acoustic Accessibility Impacts Learning

Translating speech to learning is a complicated issue for children. Because their auditory brain does not fully develop until age 15, their brains aren’t able to fill in gaps to words they don’t hear clearly like adults can. 

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August 27, 2020
5 Considerations When Creating Outdoor Classrooms in COVID-19 Era
5 Considerations When Creating Outdoor Classrooms in COVID-19 Era

Even before the COVID-19 era, getting children outdoors on a regular basis was recognized as contributing to the students’ mental health, happiness and overall well-being, in addition to high student engagement and test scores, especially as more people live in urban communities.

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February 12, 2020
Resources for Discussing Classroom Audio Benefits
Resources for Discussing Classroom Audio Benefits

By Alison Attebery

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January 28, 2020
Breaking Down Invisible Barriers to Learning
Breaking Down Invisible Barriers to Learning

By Shaun Fagan

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November 19, 2018
You Need to Hear This! 3 Facts You Didn’t Know About Listening
You Need to Hear This! 3 Facts You Didn’t Know About Listening

By Greta Pauly

We learn by listening. In fact, 85% of what we have learned in our entire life is through listening. Maybe we’re listening to a story over dinner, or having a phone call with a friend on the way to work. Every day we play the role of active listener, and this certainly holds true in the classroom.

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