Monthly Archives: August 2018


Turning Up the Volume


CLASSROOM Mic's HELP TEACHERS AVOID VOCAL STRAIN Byline: Sherry Joe Crosby Staff Writer At Fenton Avenue Charter School in Lake View Terrace, teachers rarely complain of sore throats, laryngitis or other maladies that come from talking for several hours a day. That’s because each of them uses a microphone, a tool they say eases the strain on their voices while allowing children to hear their every word. “I don’t have to yell,” said first-grade teacher Donald Ausherman, who wears a microphone headset, similar in style to those worn by pop stars Janet Jackson and Madonna. “The mike evenly distributes my voice,” he said. [...]

Turning Up the Volume2018-11-29T17:24:34+00:00