See on Scoop.itDigital technologies to assist students with speech and language disorders to achieve curriculum communication goals.

Russell Webb‘s insight:

A Soundfield system is designed to evenly distribute sound around a room to make sure the teacher’s voice is equally loud in all parts of the classroom


Teachers must overcome numerous acoustical barriers to learning in order to effectively deliver instruction to their students. Problems include conditions in and around the classroom, student learning disabilities, and teacher vocal strain. 


Poor classroom acoustics create an especially challenging educational barrier for those children who have hearing loss, speech impairments, or learning disabilities, and whose native language differs from the teaching language.


This system allows all students to better access the Australian Curriculum generally.

See on www.hearing.com.au


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