Perhaps more than any other sector, the technology used in education environments has changed massively over the past decade or so. It’s now increasingly common to see interactive whiteboards and touchscreens in classrooms, with students encouraged to develop soft skills such as communication and decision making, alongside core subjects.
In many teaching spaces, this has evolved to include wireless content sharing solutions, whereby teachers can instantly display, share and annotate content, and even videoconferencing. Indeed video assisted learning looks set to be one of the big trends over the next few years, offering a more personalised learning experience, providing access to a wide range of learning materials and increasing engagement.
While video gets a lot of the attention in classrooms, it’s important not to overlook the audio; if students can’t hear a lesson clearly, it’s going to have a major impact on their learning. For example, a good voice reinforcement system will enable all students in a classroom to hear equally well without putting extra strain on the teacher’s voice. In addition, a wireless microphone system can offer a more natural experience, enabling the teacher to move around as they wish, while still being heard by students.