Classroom Acoustic Accessibility: A Brain-Based Perspective by ProQuest


Summary Acoustic accessibility is critical because in environments relying on spoken language instruction, sounds have to reach the brain in order for learning to occur. [...] we need to consider the environment of the classroom - a place where the interfering background noise is generated by the students, where that noise can be mitigated by architectural design features, and where the noise barrier can be overcome with soundfield technologies and assistive listening devices - in order to provide the brain access to spoken instruction.

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