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Come learn about the latest in audio technology for use in assessments and for giveaways at the Troxell booth in San Luis Obispo, CA.
Back by popular demand is this one-day tech expo for So Cal Administrators, Tech Directors and other decision makers with hands-on workshops & more.
Come learn about the latest in audio technology for use in assessments and for giveaways at the Troxell booth in Aldine, TX.
U.S. elementary students are primarily digital natives - born into an era of the Internet, video games, and portable, fast computers and cell phones. According to a recent study by the Kaiser Family Foundation, today’s students are “media multi-taskers.” However, it is important that students are taught how to use technology correctly. Therefore, it is critical that teachers utilize technology in the classroom throughout the curriculum....[more]
We had great success using the PowerPro in the 2003 Granada Hills Annual Holiday Parade. The kids had fun using the wireless microphone to send holiday greetings to the crowd all around the parade route, the built-in CD player worked without a flaw, and the battery power could not have been more convenient.......[more]
I use the Bear-themed Listening First™ headphones in our listening area so our pre-k students can listen to music and recorded books on tape....[more]