Hear and Learn News

Architects adopt best practice listening conditions in US Schools

July 3, 2020

Just like architects and electrical consultants in Australia, those in the US are adopting tech that Hear and Learn exclusively supplies in Australia. Watch Archtitect Joe Saffiotti of Coleman Partners Architects discuss a new construction in Louisiana, United States. With learning spaces designed to encouragement collaboration, East Baton Rouge District Superintendant Warren Drake explains the…

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SANITISING YOUR MICROPHONES

May 11, 2020

You may have extra concerns regarding sanitisation at your school, and part of this may be to take steps to clean electronics and AV equipment. We encourage you to think about this in the context of our Flexmikes, Redmikes and Sharemikes, and other microphones you have in your school Our new Hear and Learn microphone…

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COVID HELP – NEW VIRTUAL LEARNING AUDIO TOOL FOR TEACHERS

April 28, 2020

The Hear and Learn Mobile Connector has been released and is available now. The Mobile Connector is worn as a pendant, and via pairing to a computer via Bluetooth, the teacher’s voice is constant in strength and clarity. Given a teacher is not then bound to the computer via cables or being near the computers…

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The Simplicity of Hear and Learn Uconnect Hearing Augmentation solution

April 17, 2020

The UConnect by Hear and Learn is being specified by architects and electrical consultants for new school buildings and for the refurbishment of existing ones. While one edge of UConnect is its agility to adapt to new and future hearing aid technology, another is the simplicity of its installation. As part of our work at…

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Agile Spaces and classroom management

March 6, 2020

Winner of 2016 State School of the Year (Victoria) Arnolds Creek Primary is a school with larger agile spaces typical to new schools being built in Victoria and other States. Soundfield was embraced in this school during construction. That is, speakers were installed in ceilings so that teacher’s voices are broadcast calmly and evenly across…

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Navigating the blend of regulation regarding hearing augmentation

February 24, 2020

Code and standards regarding hearing augmentation – or the transmission of audio in learning spaces to receivers in hearing aids of students, teachers and visitors – exist in various Federal and State legal instruments and in policies attached to State, Catholic and individual schools’ policies. One such instrument is Australian Standards 1428.5 – 2010, Communication…

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