Friday, August 7, 2009

Amplified: Students can you hear me now?

Recently, I participated in a technology conference held at Ronald Reagan High School (RRHS). The school classrooms were equipped with technology workstations. Each workstation include outstanding technology equipment, however, my favorite technology resource on the station was/is the REDMIKE. This classroom sound system has been installed in all recently constructed classrooms at RRHS. With this tool, teachers will be able to maintain the attention of the students without screaming or talking above normal. Other companies that offer this resource include but are not limited to the following:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It seems that there are more and more children entering the classroom with auditory processing issues or some degree of ADD/ADHD. This system sounds like one that could really help these children stay focused. I would like to know what research has been done with these devices to see how much it really helps.