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Listening First™ Stereo Headphone (Blue)

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

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3064-USB   06/29/2005
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Despite a 1:1 goal with mobile devices in class, students still share them or sometimes work together on one
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Delaware Valley Regional High School (DVRHS) was unable to provide adequate services for its students with hearing impairments. As a result, the New Jersey school was spending up to $40,000 a year in outplacement costs to send these students to other districts in the state. To reduce this expenditure, & address technological limits in their classrooms, administrators decided to implement a high-quality audio system school-wide to provide equal learning opportunities to all students. Located in a rural area of Hunterdon County, DVRHS is one of five high schools that serves about 1,000 students. With its small size, staff is limited and class sizes can run as high as 25 students. With less time for individualized instruction, DVRHS staff has made enhancing the delivery of education a top priority....[more]

We purchased 176 PresentationPro units for installation in each instructional classroom in our district. We chose this model because of its sound crispness, voice audibility, it has more punch in the volume and the remote control accessory is a great benefit to our teachers....[more]

The Music Maker™ Plus multimedia player we use in our music class helps my Pre-K students with their self-regulation movement games and songs....[more]