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Picture this: A teacher tells the class, “Let’s play a game! I’ll say a word and you tell me the first sound you hear. What is the first sound in ‘dog’?” Students eagerly respond, “D!” Smiles abound.
We may not even realize the breadth of invisible barriers our kids face each day during class.
Good communication is essential in any relationship, especially between a teacher and student. When teachers communicate effectively with their students, they can make a huge difference in how those students learn. Good communication will help them to understand what you want them to learn more easily. However, when communication breaks down, it can lead to frustration and misunderstandings on both sides that inhibit effective learning and teaching. In this blog post, we will discuss some ways that teachers can improve their communication with their students.
FrontRow looked at the needs of today’s classrooms and found that the current wireless transmission technology in classroom audio distribution systems was lacking. That is why we created ELEVATE, a new transmission designed specifically for education. ELEVATE leverages multiple transmission technologies to enable functionality for the modern classroom.
FrontRow announced today the launch of their next-generation wireless voice technology, called ELEVATE, to better enable schools and teachers to engage students through the benefits of classroom audio.
Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL), a leading provider of interactive technologies, today announced it has signed an agreement to acquire FrontRow Calypso LLC (FrontRow), a leader in classroom and campus communication solutions for the education market. The acquisition will be effective as of October 31, 2021, and is expected to close between November 15 and November 30, 2021, but no later than December 31, 2021.
Students in the front row get better grades than those who sit in the middle and the back. While shaking up the seating chart is one way to help give each student a fair chance, a more effective solution is to address why students in different sections of the classroom perform worse than others. It has been proven time and time again. Classrooms are full of invisible barriers working against both the teacher and student further away from the teacher from hearing each other clearly. The differences in sound quality can be subtle and almost unrecognizable in a classroom but possess a serious question of equity in the classroom.
Learning loss is one of the most frustrating aspects of teaching. Unfortunately, learning loss can start a "snowball effect." Once the student starts to have difficulties in one learning area, it can affect their entire classroom experience. With COVID-19 creating many challenges for educators, you want to stop learning loss before it becomes a learning block for your students. Find out the simple solutions you can take to migrate these snowball effects in your classroom.