Teachers! Thanksgiving is fast approaching, but before you let your students break for the holiday, you can win some exciting classroom technology thanks to our friends at SchoolsIn.
The popular education technology and furniture dealer is running their annual Turkey Coloring Contest during the month of November for grade school classrooms across the country.
Teachers are encouraged to print out this year’s SchoolsIn turkey and let students unleash their design prowess to color the best bird, and submit it to SchoolsIn for a chance to win several prizes.
AmpliVox Sound Systems is once again serving as a sponsor of the contest, and one lucky 2nd or 3rd grade class will win our popular mobile PA system, the Audio Portable Buddy.
This 50 watt PA system is light enough to be carried around your shoulder, and comes with wireless lapel, headset, and wired microphone capabilities, easily adjustable volume controls, a durable protective cover, and a unique auxiliary input with additional controls to play sound from a computer projector or other media player.
Educators swear by the Audio Portable Buddy as a proven tool to improve classroom management and student attentiveness.
The voice amplification feature relieves teachers from straining their voice to speak over the busy atmosphere of group projects and student discussions that are commonplace in the classroom.
When ideal weather or field trips bring learning outdoors, simply bring the Buddy with, and communicate to your students with minimal interference and without raising your voice.
No matter the setting, the Audio Portable Buddy allows you to maintain control and clear communication, which is pivotal in creating a positive and successful learning environment. You can learn more about the Audio Portable Buddy by checking out the spotlight video below from our YouTube channel.
For more information about the SchoolsIn Turkey Coloring Contest, check out their contest rules. And be sure to browse our blog to to learn more about how AmpliVox technology can make a difference in your classroom.