The impact of classroom environment on auditory comprehension and academic progress
Associate Professor Gary Rance
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School classroom environment can greatly affect educational progress in young students. This project, carried out in collaboration with the Victorian Department of Education and Training, explores the effects of room acoustics and classroom layout (open-plan vs enclosed plan) on auditory development and academic progress in Primary-school aged students.
Dani Tomlin, Lecturer
Victorian Department of Education & Training (Accessible Buildings Program)
Victorian Department of Education & Training
Identification and Management of Hearing Disorders
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Audiology and Speech Pathology
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