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The United States Access Board, an independent federal agency whose primary mission is accessibility for people with disabilities, stated that acoustical performance is an important consideration in the design of classrooms. As many classrooms were built during a time when acoustics was not a significant concern, it is critical for administrators to consider the affects poor acoustics may have on student learning. Research shows that ambient noise and reverberation normally not noticed by adults can have a negative affect on learning environments for young children, as they require optimal conditions for listening and comprehension....[more]


Both the 2810-PA and 2810-BE animal-themed Listening First™ stereo headphones are used by my Pre-K child for the leapfrog tag reading system....[more]

The pitch/speed control on the Performer Plus™ multimedia player is very helpful in teaching ballroom dance. We slow the music down to help students get the footwork....[more]

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