Providing ways for students to adjust sound level supports individual auditory needs. Simple solutions such as carpets, curtains, doors, windows, rubber shoes on furniture legs can help reduce background noise levels and improve classroom acoustics.
Learn how this school tried different ways to manage sound levels in their classrooms. This video compares treated and untreated classrooms, showing how different classroom designs can impact the acoustics.
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Watch how a teacher can use an FM Transmitter to provide additional auditory support for sound level in the classroom. Developers can consider providing this kind of audio control in their products to support learning.
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