Easy On The Ears: A Review By C. Yang

There are times when “learning at your own pace” means having to listen to videos or instructions. In a classroom of 36 students, having all students at their own pace could possibly mean 36 different locations on a video or learning module. Allowing students to have a comfortable listening device is essential to those kinds of lessons or activities. I had students test ThinkWrite’s Ultra Durable Headsets against the headsets that were of similar design that our school site uses. With a side-by-side comparison, students all expressed that the comfort level of ThinkWrite’s headsets were much higher than those of the ones they compared it with.

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