Teacher speaks to a classroom of students

Assess your classroom's acoustics

Preschool – Year 12

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Students spend an estimated 45%–60% of their school day listening to their teacher and classmates. If students are to succeed in the classroom, they must be able to hear what has been said. Classroom acoustics are a key factor affecting what students can hear.

Assessing your classroom’s acoustics is easier than you think.

This practice will help students to

hear in the classroom

This practice will help teachers to

be heard in the classroom

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Mr Hall

What are some other methods / strategies that you use to control classroom acoustics for students who can get heightened?

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