Webinar: Basics of Classroom Acoustics
This webinar that provides the basic parameters of classroom acoustics such as noise, reverberation, signal to noise ratio and critical distance. It also reviews the American Academy of Audiology’s protocol for evaluating classroom acoustics, and identifies applications for measuring classroom acoustics.
Poor classroom acoustics are an invisible barrier to learning for many students, particularly those with hearing loss, auditory processing disorders and attention problems.
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Learning Objectives for this webinar are:
- Understanding the basic parameters of classroom acoustics;
- Understanding the American Academy of Audiology’s protocol for evaluating classroom acoustics; and
- Being able to identify applications for measuring classroom acoustics.
This module is a recording of a webinar originally presented in mid-2013 as part of Cochlear’s and The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children and Cochlear Ltd's Hope Lecture Series.
There is no quiz or Certificate of Completion for this module.