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Who Benefits From Improved Acoustics

2. What is the importance of hearing over seeing, that's affect understanding?

"If you can hear me, you can understand me without seeing me. If you can see me without hearing me, that does not work". Julian Treasure- Sound Consultant, 2012.

3. What is the expected proper effect for speech in a room?

"Speech produced in one place in a room should be clear and intelligible everywhere in the room". Nabelek and Nabelek, 1985.

6. what is the impact of noise on the learning process ?

"Excessive noise in schools has a negative impact on student learning and performance" Haines, Stansfeld, Job, Berglund, & Head, 2001)

8. what is the risk for teacher, teaching in a noisy environment?

"Teachers speaking in noisy classrooms may be at risk for voice impairment" Committee to Review, 2006.

9. what is the impact of improper room acoustic on the typical teaching methodology?

"Loud or reverberant classrooms may cause teachers to raise their voices, leading to increased teacher stress and fatigue" Tiesler & Oberdöster, 2008.

10. which students needs Proper Acoustic?

"Hearing-impaired students require a significantly better acoustic environment to adequately hear than the average student " Nelson, 2003

11. what is the effect of proper acoustic on the learning process?

"Children, especially those younger than 13 years of age, have undeveloped sense of hearing, making the impact of background noise on hearing, comprehending, and learning ,more pronounced for children than adults" Accredited Standards Committee ...,2002

12. who is affected by poor acoustic?

"Student with learning, attention, or reading deficits are more adversely affected by poor acoustic conditions than the average student" Committe to Review ..,2006; Nelson, 2003.

13. what is the effect of proper acoustic for students, where the teaching language, differs from their native one ?

"Students speaking English as a second language, require significantly better acoustic conditions to hear the teacher than others", Nelson, 2003.