Our students are hard-working kids. The moment our kids come in they are eager and ready to learn. Over the last few years, I have noticed my technology is starting to get worn from my old buzzing ceiling speakers to me needing to integrate technology more while being able to move freely among my students.
My students love being loud in our music classroom whether we are playing music, singing, dancing, the list goes on.
After all, music is all about having fun and being creative. From the time they walk through my door as kinders to when they are 4th graders leaving for the last time, we are expressing ourselves through movement and music and it can get a bit loud. That's where I need your help!
Over the last few years, my classroom speakers have gradually gotten worse. Currently, we have a buzz that goes continuously when speakers are turned on and when playing the instruments with the music it just isn't heard power to be heard over my students. This leads me to wanting to get a speaker outside of our current one which is in the ceiling. Several music teacher friends have gone to this wireless speaker with great results. This would be an amazing tool for our classes and choir.
I also need a headset and speaker so that I can speak and be heard over the students playing instruments.
I lose my voice quite often by trying to be heard over all of our music.
Last but not least I would love to have a pointer allowing me to use a remote to control the computer from around the room. This would allow me to be more interactive in class with my students.
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