Lightspeed
February 17, 2021
Whether “roomers or Zoomers,” Lightspeed offers “crystal clear sound”
Whether “roomers or Zoomers,” Lightspeed offers “crystal clear sound”

Fourth grade special education teacher Jaimee Rothenberg says the Lightspeed classroom instructional audio system was an important tool before the COVID-19 pandemic, helping students with auditory issues who may have otherwise needed preferential seating, and helping all students hear lessons more clearly.

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February 2, 2021
Lightspeed helps teachers be heard and understood, despite barriers
Lightspeed helps teachers be heard and understood, despite barriers

From desks surrounded by plexiglass and required mask use, to students split between remote and classroom settings, educators say instructional audio systems are more important than ever to overcoming barriers to learning presented by COVID-19 measures. 

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January 28, 2021
5 Resources To Kickstart 2021 With Instructional Audio
5 Resources To Kickstart 2021 With Instructional Audio

2020 was a unique year as the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic placed a new set of challenges in the learning environment. Prior to the pandemic, school districts were faced with helping students overcome barriers to hearing, now those barriers have been exacerbated with physical distancing, facial masks, and remote learning.  

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October 12, 2020
Consider the“Listening Lens” as Schools Balance Safety and Learning
Consider the“Listening Lens” as Schools Balance Safety and Learning

Recalling a recent experience in a grocery store, Dr. Carrie Spangler, Au.D., CCC-A, found herself unable communicate with a grocery clerk wearing a mask without a tool she’s relied on throughout her life: the ability to read speech and facial cues. 

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