My students are in grades 10-12. They are continuation high school students, some are rich, most are poor and all have issues. Keeping them focused on math so that they can graduate is the task.Math software, such as iLearn's iPass, sometimes employs audio instructions. Headphones must be plugged into the difficult to reach rear of computers and stay there. In short, to remain attached, they must be big and ugly, or they will walk away. Furthermore, "over ear" headphones are far more sanitary than ear buds.10 headphones should suffice in a classroom, where not all students will be using the same software. A maximum of 80 students per day will be using the headphones. 30-40 is more likely.Continuation high school students are at risk. Headphones also let them stay focused on math not on each other's chatting. Every joke about fat headphones is a good day. Please help the humor increase in my classes. Thank you.
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