11/21/17 12:18 PM
11/20/17 10:29 AM
There are hundreds of articles and books written about the art of engaging the full attention of students in learning spaces, from seating design and lighting to lesson content, every little detail can help create a more engaged class. These three ways to increase engagement and participation bring you some ideas for creative involvement, instant-impact EdTech application, and full in-class flow transformation.
11/9/17 7:02 AM
As with many things in life, our personal habits can have a positive or negative impact on ourselves, and, surprisingly, they can also create a ripple effect that impacts those around us. In the case of educators, they can be so busy going beyond the call of duty that they might unknowingly have developed habits that are zapping their energy, lowering--instead of maximizing--their productivity, and putting them at risk for negative long-term consequences.
10/12/17 4:42 PM
We thank everyone who has reached out to the FrontRow team during the growing Northern California fires affecting our county (Sonoma) and all surrounding counties; we are grateful for your support as we face these intensely difficult times.
9/26/17 7:00 AM
At FrontRow we often discuss the importance of overcoming invisible barriers to learning in the classroom. In the context of our classroom audio systems technology, some of the invisible barriers we help overcome include:
8/21/17 5:25 PM
8/2/17 10:19 AM
What is your favorite 3-D movie of all time? Perhaps “How to train Your Dragon,” “Hugo,” or “Avatar”?
7/18/17 11:19 AM
For the fifth year in a row, at the end of June, FrontRow had the honor of providing the classroom audio systems for the Listen to Me! Summer Institute at the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, California.
Topics: ease of use, flipped classroom, sound quality, lesson capture, Integrated communications, professional development, amplification, audio, Teachers, School Administrators, School Staff, classroom audio system, classroom sound
6/15/17 6:08 PM
If you are like the many school administrators and teachers that I know, during the school year you barely have time to walk away from the many committees you serve on and can rarely get your eyes off papers to be graded and lesson plans to be changed. But then, comes magical summer—that special you-time of the year when you get to do and read anything you want.