Benefits of Soundfield Systems in Your Classroom

Considering Soundfield Benefits and Why a Poor Sound Environment Affects Learning We know that children who have good listening experiences tend to become better learners. Conversely, those who have difficulty hearing and understanding often engage in disruptive behaviour or become apathetic. We also know that part of the challenge for teachers is biological – a…

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PC Werth is Hiring: Regional Sales Manager (North and Scotland) – Education

PC Werth/IntriCon is the UK leader in the supply installation and consultation Soundfield systems, personal FM systems, PA systems, acoustic treatments and applied service to the Hearing Impaired and Mainstream Education sectors in the UK. In this role you will be working with Schools, Head Teachers, Business Managers, and Teachers of the Deaf, Heads of…

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7 Reasons You Should Start Using the All-New PC Werth Webstore

And that is not just because we are AHHIP’s Best Accessory Provider for the second consecutive year (but that as well) 1. User friendly and intuitive navigation Yes, the New PC Werth Webstore is even more audiologist-friendly with intuitive navigation so you do not need to worry if you get lost amidst Bionix curettes, impressioning…

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Why choose acoustic treatments from Sound for Schools?

Poor acoustics in any given space are one of the most disruptive and distracting issues we all face. Whether you’re a teacher in a school hall or classroom, sitting in a noisy restaurant, presenting to a large audience or working in a busy call centre, excessive reverberation and echo all lead to poor acoustics. Addressing…

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Low-level Classroom Disruption in UK Schools Hinders Learning

BBC recently released a startling article stating that due to low-level disruption, some pupils could be losing up to one hour of learning each day, which accumulates to 38 days over an entire year. School inspectors warn that low-level, persistent disruptive behaviour in England’s schools is affecting pupils’ learning and ultimately damaging their job and…

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