Students farthest from the teacher can miss
up to 40% of what's being said.
According to research from FrontRow, the part of the reason students become unattentive is because they can't hear. In young children, the brain structures needed to help them effectively listen in less-than-ideal conditions (such as a noisy classroom with shuffling papers and students) are not yet fully developed. Simply integrating sound into the classroom can help make listening conditions a lot easier for students.
Other gains from incorporating classroom sound reinforcement:
- Increased student achievement
- Improved student attention
- Reduced teacher voice strain
Which of these FrontRow solutions is right for your classroom?