Overcoming Barriers to Learning

Posted by Marcia Barahona

9/26/17 7:00 AM

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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:

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Topics: professional development, Teachers, School Staff, classroom audio system, classroom audio, Students

How well do you really know your students and your classroom?

Posted by Marcia Barahona

8/21/17 5:25 PM

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Topics: professional development, Teachers, School Staff, Students

FrontRow at #ISTE2017 - International Society for Technology Education

Posted by Marcia Barahona

6/26/17 5:27 PM

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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

Rites of Passage: Not just students’, also teachers’

Posted by Marcia Barahona

6/2/17 4:18 PM

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According to turn-of-the-20th-century Dutch-German-French ethnographer Arnold van Gennep, a rite of passage is a celebration of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another. And so it is that May and June are rite-of-passage-laden for the US and other countries whose school calendar serves up graduations during those months.

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Topics: sound quality, professional development, audio

Education & Women's History Month

Posted by Marcia Barahona

3/8/17 1:38 PM

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Topics: professional development, Special Education, Women Leaders in Education

Attend your next PD session in your PJs

Posted by Michelle Johnson

3/4/14 1:01 PM

woman-couch-laptopWith every job there is a component of professional development.  When you work in education, it usually means hours at the end of your teaching day, or a day off from the students, sitting in a session.  Sometimes these are really great sessions that you don't want to miss — but may have to for a variety of reasons.  

For the trainers, in the training centers, district or county offices, it takes quite a lot of coordination to ensure you have all people in attendance and that the information is disseminated clearly.  

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Topics: juno, lesson capture, professional development