Headsets Support ELL Instruction

To support active, distraction-free speaking and listening for ELL instruction, AV equipment considerations take center-stage.
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As the proportion of English-language learners grows to nearly ten percent, students at varying levels of English proficiency need special consideration — especially when they must learn alongside native speakers. 

To support active, distraction-free speaking and listening for ELL instruction, AV equipment considerations take center-stage. Califone recently updated its best-selling 3068 headphone series to include a headset model.

The 3068 headset features a flexible, noise-canceling microphone and ambient noise-reducing earcups and dual volume controls. 

Watch a short product tutorial for the 3068 series headset here or below.

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Califone Expands 3068 Series to Headsets

San Fernando, Calif. (Feb. 1, 2016) – According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, English language learners (ELLs) represent 10 percent of public school students – the fastest growing segment of student populations. With this increase, headsets in education are becoming an important tool to support assessments and effective language learning. To adapt to the evolving needs of ELLs, Califone International LLC updates its best-selling 3068AV headphone by offering the tool as a headset. The 3068 headset features an attached noise reducing microphone to engage students in active speaking and listening, resulting in a deeper learning experience. The headset includes two of the most popular audio plugs, the 3.5 mm To Go and USB, for versatile use with mobile, computer or gaming devices.

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