Our products help schools overcome very different communication challenges, are simple-to-use, offer long term savings and are proven to be effective in study after study.
December is a great month to do a self-assessment of what you accomplished in the year, explore how you can make 2018 even better for your school and district, and set some initial bite-size goals to do so.
We thought a little word search puzzle with words related to giving thanks would be fun as Thanksgiving approaches.
There are hundreds of articles and books written about the art of engaging the full attention of students in learning spaces, from seating design and lighting to lesson content, every little detail can help create a more engaged class.
In meeting with educators from all over the US, I repeatedly hear about themes that boil down to three habits that can be detrimental to them, their students, and their long-term productivity.
Independent studies have shown that FrontRow’s classroom sound solutions help make a positive impact on student engagement, literacy, and attendance.
Do you recall the magic that took place when you put on the 3-D glasses to watch a 3-D movie for the first time? How, if you lifted the glasses up from your eyes, you could see the blurry and unappealing images on the screen, but once you put them back on you could only see perfectly clear images?
For the fifth year in a row, at the end of June, FrontRow had the honor of providing the classroom audio systems for the Listen to Me! Summer Institute at the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, California.
If you are like the many school administrators and teachers that I know, during the school year you barely have time to walk away from the many committees you serve on and can rarely get your eyes off papers to be graded and lesson plans to be changed.
According to turn-of-the-20th-century Dutch-German-French ethnographer Arnold van Gennep, a rite of passage is a celebration of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another.