Why is fostering an inclusive learning environment important in education? School leaders and decision makers are tasked with ensuring that every student, regardless of their abilities, has access to quality education. To help foster inclusivity, classroom audio solutions play a pivotal role in this mission, benefiting not only those with hearing challenges and disabilities but every student in the classroom. What audio tools can help optimize teaching and pave the path for inclusive learning?
As schools gear up for the 2023-24 school year, educators are on the lookout for the best tools and solutions to enhance teaching and learning in various environments. Tech & Learning's Awards of Excellence Best Tools for Back to School has emerged as a valuable guide to help educators discover products that support their work. This awards program encompasses a wide range of eligible products, including hardware, software, curriculum materials, and more, all conveniently categorized by grade levels to facilitate the search for suitable solutions.
In the fast-paced realm of education, the role of classroom audio has become a game-changer for teachers seeking to elevate mathematics instruction and learning. With its ability to foster active learning, boost engagement, and encourage student participation, audio technology has emerged as a valuable tool in the teacher's toolkit. From enhancing clarity and accessibility to bridging learning gaps for students with diverse needs, the integration of classroom audio has ushered in a new era of inclusive and dynamic mathematics education.
FrontRow by Boxlight is thrilled to announce two groundbreaking products that will transform the way audio is used in classrooms - PowerLine for FrontRow's ezRoom and the innovative MyFrontRow app. These transformative solutions are designed to empower educators and nurture more engaging learning environments.
Spend some time in an engaged classroom and you will most likely hear the buzz of teacher and students’ voices, multiplication tables being explored, pencils and crayons slide-tapping across paper, and a variety of devices whirring in the background (printer, tablets, 3D printers, science equipment, etc.). The classroom can be an incredible and dynamic space of active learning, but for some it can also be a cacophony of sound that makes learning difficult and communicating a challenge.
School safety continues to be a key priority for many districts, especially considering the changing dynamic of our teaching and learning environments. As students develop emotionally and mentally, their sense of well-being, confidence, and safety can be a factor to their overall academic success. The Boxlight suite of instructional technology help power a school’s communication and safety systems.
The Boxlight family has 10 reasons to celebrate early in the year – we won 10 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence. Five of our solutions earned Best of 2022 in both Primary and Secondary categories – Attention! campus communication solution, MimioPro 4 interactive display, CleverLive cloud content management platform, Robo 3D printer, and EOS Education Professional Development services.
The theme of this year’s TCEA Convention and Exposition is “Passionate Educators. Limitless Possibilities.” The TCEA Convention is a yearly event devoted to connecting educators who have different roles, responsibilities, expertise, and skills for a dynamic learning experience spread across four days, January 30 – February 2, 2023, in San Antonio, Texas. Educators can choose from over 700 sessions on a variety of topics including STEAM, project-based learning, school safety, digital citizenship, and more.
Boxlight has earned a total of five awards in this year’s THE Journal and Campus Technology awards - four New Product Awards and one Campus Technologyaward!
Hello, I am a Lyrik that lives in the classroom. Sometimes I get to go to other places, but my teacher mostly uses me in the room to help students hear what she needs to say. Things have changed a lot in the last year or so. I used to see all the students in the classroom, and I always helped my teacher with clear and loud audio so that she could teach through just about anything. But now I only see half of the students on one day, and the other half the next. Hopefully soon I can see all the students together again!