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1801, 2018

More Teachers Using Amplifiers In Class

By | January 18th, 2018|Categories: School News|

In Oakland County, kids get help focusing on what’s being said. You can’t escape Suzy Glover’s voice, whether you’re sitting directly in front of her or at the back of her second-grade classroom. That’s because of a small device, commonly called a sound amplifier, that projects her voice to all corners of the room at Martell Elementary School in [...]

1801, 2018

Voice Test

By | January 18th, 2018|Categories: School News|

Teachers and others who talk for a living can take steps to protect their vocal cords Schoolteachers — much like professional singers — can take steps to protect their vocal cords. Ann De Lacy took voice lessons in college, sang in her church choir and could easily, unlike most Americans, belt out the national anthem. But these days you [...]

1801, 2018

Turning Up the Volume

By | January 18th, 2018|Categories: School News|

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 [...]

1601, 2018

Two Vista Schools Set to Open

By | January 16th, 2018|Categories: School News|

Campuses were designed using same set of plans Vista—Seventy-five years after Herbert Hoover called for a chicken in every pot and a car in every garage, the Vista Unified School District is headed for similar promises of prosperity. The district will open its two newest schools next week with a 27-inch television in every classroom. So much for the [...]

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