However, some tools on the following list may not be as popular, at least to those who either work with or teach students who use them.Let’s see which tech tools are helping make classrooms – and learning environments in general – more accommodating for students with hearing loss.
DC would have required local generators on every street or even every home, which was not possible nor economically viable at the time.
Hang on a second though…a DC generator on every home…sounds familiar…where have I heard about something like this before? However, even more interesting than the fact that solar power produces DC power output is that any kind of storage will have to be in DC.
Perhaps over time we’ll see a shift back towards DC power as devices continue to shrink and manufacturers don’t want to include bulky transformers or as people hopefully begin producing their own power at home; but one thing that is for certain is this battle will continue raging for a long time and hopefully we’ll help renewable energy find it’s place.
I welcome any and all comments on this idea and if you know of something being developed similarly, please let me know!
Washington created Bearly Articulating, a company that provides multisensory tutoring online and in-home, college planning, and professional development to support the unique educational needs of learners struggling in reading, writing, spelling, speaking and other scholastic aspects of formal education. Deafness Deafness refers to a level of hearing loss severe enough that the individual is limited in her or his ability to process acoustical language, whether they are using assistive listening devices or not.