Decreasing extra audio input provides a focused learning environment. Creating pockets of quiet in a classroom also supports students who struggle with Auditory Processing and Sensory Integration.
Watch how this teacher explains different voice levels. By teaching students the appropriate voice level for each activity, the teacher helps to create a more quiet environment that supports Attention.
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Learn how Too Noisy Pro allows students to self-monitor the noise level in the classroom. With the noise meter and changes in graphics, students can visually observe the volume level in the classroom and adjust accordingly.
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