To provide an educational service about the auditory issues unique to ALL children
in a classroom setting and to advocate for the integration of wireless teacher voice
enhancement technology (referred to as sound enhancement) to increase student
achievement and improve teacher instruction.
Auditory learning comprises up to 75% of a child's
day in school and relies on two essential components:
- The child's hearing ability.
- Classroom acoustics.
If either is compromised,
so is the child's ability and desire to learn.
Please note: the term Sound Enhancement
Technology or Sound Enhancement System (SES)
is often referred to as sound amplification, sound distribution,
and sound field technology. The terms can be used interchangeably;
however, we prefer the term "enhancement" because it is a more accurate
description of the overall benefits. This technology enhances the
quality of the teacher's voice, enhances the student's acoustic
accessibility to their teacher and peers, and therefore enhances
the learning experience and subsequent academic potential.