Even the best “teacher’s voice” won’t be heard equally well by all students.
TeachLogic systems ensure the teacher’s voice is clearly heard around the classroom (and online) – even wearing a mask.
A Teacher’s voice volume decreases almost 30% by the back of the room.
TeachLogic allows teachers to be heard clearly around the classroom – and online at the same time – with a simple microphone. No learning curve.
Are your students falling behind?
Are students disengaged, zoning out, engaging in disruptive behaviors, or falling behind academically?
These may all be caused by an inability to hear clearly. TeachLogic can fix this issue with an easy, intuitive audio system.
“In my eighteen years of teaching I have found using a microphone in the classroom as one of the most helpful tools. I can speak normally and students are able to clearly hear.”
– Jamie Yorba, AVID Program Coordinator and Teacher, San Marcos, CA
An optimal sound system delivers sound accurately and effortlessly at a normal speaking level, no matter where the student is located. For children to hear properly, the teacher’s voice needs to be about 15 dB louder than the background noise.
Can all your students hear what’s happening in class? Or is the teacher’s voice fading out? Ongoing safety measures present additional challenges – but the right sound system can overcome them.
TeachLogic classroom audio systems easily connect to a computer hosting a video conferencing application to synchronize classroom audio for online listeners. Using a TeachLogic wireless microphone allows the teacher to move freely around the room without affecting audio quality for the students.
How to Choose
The right audio solution depends upon the size of the classroom, the number of students in and out of the room, the distance between seats, the room’s acoustics, any student hearing disabilities, and more.
TeachLogic is already in more than 65,000 classrooms
TeachLogic is meant for everyone!
TeachLogic is designed for teachers in classrooms of almost any size, whether in-person or hybrid.
It helps students with hearing difficulties, auditory processing issues, and second language learners, but it’s meant for everyone – because everyone deserves to hear the lesson content and their peers’ discussions equally well.
When Teachers Use Microphones
A microphone lifts the teacher’s natural voice to help with classroom management while increasing intelligibility, which also decreases the need for repetition.
gains in Math and Reading.
increase in on-task behavior.
gains in comprehension for ELL students.
How it Works
Built-in TV/project speakers and sound bars don’t work well in classrooms. To get them loud enough to reach the back of class, they’re too loud for the front of the class. And how can teachers move freely around the room and expect students to hear them equally well as they move and turn away?
TeachLogic creates a Sound Field to distribute audio evenly across the classroom. Schools get the full benefit of their curriculum and visual technologies while directly reinforcing the teacher. Microphones attach to a simple lanyard that a teacher wears around their neck, with no complicated setup required. You can link devices such as computers and TVs to ensure all audio evenly fills the room so any student can sit anywhere without missing a word.
We Believe Every Student Deserves to Hear What Their Teachers Have to Say.
Help us transform comprehension and learning. Explore an instructional audio system that’s right for you, or request a free call or webinar for your school. A quality audio system generates more proven ROI than you might imagine.