Posts Tagged:hearing

The Acoustic Environment of Classrooms and How it Affects Students

Let’s consider the normal classroom. We have a room that is approximately 24 feet by 38 feet or 912 square feet, (84.73 square meters). This room is a rectangle that has flat walls, a flat ceiling. The walls, doors, windows and ceiling are not soundproof so outside sounds can filter through the walls and windows.…

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How Voice Reinforcement and Omni-directional Audio Improve Learning and Understanding

When you go to a concert, a movie or most professional conferences the sponsors always provide a sound system capable of projecting the sound throughout the space so that you can hear clearly. Why do we not do that for students in a classroom? Most classrooms are rectangular in shape, have tile floors, flat walls…

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