Educators can set up collaborative listening centers for their students by using the 10-Position Stereo Jackbox.
The jackbox is designed to take a single audio source, and stream audio to a variety of other devices. With a jackbox setup, students can listen at the same speed, but through the privacy of their own headphones.
These 10-position jackboxes provide a cost-effective way to create group-based learning centers for mobile and computer-based differentiated instruction where students can simultaneously listen to content in classrooms, libraries, and language and computer labs without disrupting others around them. They're ideally suited for literacy groups, ESL/ELL/ELD, Special Ed, reading activities, language learning, and ELA applications to help meet the Common Core State Standards.