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Using Audio-Visual Presentations to Learn about Nature

Hi, my name is Fern, and I volunteered as an inner-city school teacher after I finished college. Many of my students had never been outside of the city, and although I couldn't take them into the mountains or the forests or even on a field trip to a farm, I wanted to give them a semblance of that experience. I ended up using audio-visual equipment to simulate a natural environment. My students were able to see grass blowing in the wind, time-lapse videos of trees growing, and they were surrounded by the sounds of nature. If you want to use audio-visual equipment to teach kids about nature or any other subject, check out my posts. They will guide you toward excellence.

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Using Audio-Visual Presentations to Learn about Nature

High-End Theater On A Low-End Budget

A home theater is the ultimate in home luxury. As a result, there is no surprise that a new theater can come with a high price tag. However, the same does not have to be your experience. You can have a comfortable and awesome theater in your home without blowing your entire budget. Learn some measures you can take to keep your installation cost lower.  Choose Traditional Furniture You have plenty of high-tech options to choose from when it comes to furniture for your home theater.

Maintaining Industrial Machinery: 3 Ways You Can Save Time And Money

Downtime can cost manufacturers tens of thousands of dollars per year, depending on the industry and size of the company. When a machine breaks down, your bottom line starts hemorrhaging money. Not only do you lose money due to lost productivity, repairs can take a huge chunk of your profit as well. To protect your bottom line, you need to know what your true downtime cost is and look for ways to reduce it.

The Future of Hearing Aids: Self-Programable Hearing Aids

The field of audiology is continually evolving. Over the years, hearing aids have greatly evolved to allow for a finer-tuned machine. One of the developments that scientists and doctors are currently working towards are self-programable hearing aids that do not need the aid of an audiologist or a wireless connection in order to calibrate the settings. How Typical Hearing Aids Work Currently, when you are fitted with a hearing aid, you go to your audiologist and have it fitted.