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1216USB-6   02/04/2008
6-Position Non-Powered USB Listening Center

CM1-USB   09/01/2007
USB Digital Microscope

2810-BE   05/17/2007
Listening First™ Stereo Headphone (Bear)

2810-PA   05/17/2007
Listening First™ Stereo Headphones (Panda)

2810-TI   05/17/2007
Listening First™ Stereo Headphones (Tiger)

KM-BE   5/17/2007
Animal-themed Computer Mice (Bear)

KM-PA   5/17/2007
Animal-themed Computer Mice (Panda)

KM-TI   5/17/2007
Animal-themed Computer Mice (Tiger)

1114AVPS   02/13/2007
Mini Stereo Jackbox

1114BL   02/13/2007
Mini Stereo Jackbox

1114BL-4   02/13/2007
Kids Non-Powered Listening Center

1114RD   02/13/2007
Mini Stereo Jackbox

1114RD-4   02/13/2007
Kids Non-Powered Listening Center

1114YL   02/13/2007
Mini Stereo Jackbox

1114YL-4   02/13/2007
Kids Non-Powered Listening Center

2385AV-03   01/10/2007
MP3 Capable Music Maker™ Multimedia Player

1216USB   11/15/2006
USB Jackbox

KB1   06/23/2006
Kids Keyboard

PA-IRSYS   06/22/2006
Infrared Classroom Audio System

PA-IRSYSB   06/22/2006
Infrared Classroom Audio System

KM100   06/01/2006
Mini Mice

KM200   06/01/2006
Mini Mice

2800-BL   04/24/2006
Listening First™ Stereo Headphone (Blue)

2800-RD   04/24/2006
Listening First™ Stereo Headphone (Red)

2800-YL   04/24/2006
Listening First™ Stereo Headphone (Yellow)

READER   04/06/2006
Card Reader

3064-USB   06/29/2005
Multimedia Stereo Headset

3066-USB   06/29/2005
Deluxe Multimedia Stereo Headset

MM1   05/02/2005
WS series Mic

MCFBV1   05/02/2005
Basic Vocabulary 1

The biggest single benefit of a student response system is:
Increases student engagement in class
Improves retention
Helps integrate test scores into larger database


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May 23rd, 2017

2017 Catalog

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English language learners (ELL) represent the fastest growing segment of the school-age population and now account for nearly 19 percent of school-age children, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). As projections suggest that the ELL population will continue to increase (approximately 20 percent of the workforce and half of the population under 18 in the next 20 years), school districts are examining how this increase will affect the educational environment in the future....[more]