Resources and guides on various aspects of hearing loss and hearing loss prevention. Plus LINKS and FAQs.
The Dangerous Decibels classroom presentation uses the principals of inquiry-based learning to teach the concepts of noise-induced hearing loss prevention. Students discover just how important it can be to “Turn it Down!”, “Walk Away” and how to “Protect Ears.” Read more »
The Dangerous Decibels educator training workshops are designed to prepare and equip individuals to present a K-12 classroom program that is effective at changing knowledge, attitudes, and intended behaviors in students regarding their hearing health. Read more »
Meet Jolene! ”Jolene” is a mannequin equipped with a sound level meter. She is used to test the volume on ear phones used with personal stereo systems, such as MP3 players.
- Jolene Cookbook – a how-to-manual so that you can make your own “Jolene”
- Research - A look at the research that has been done using “Jolene”
- Jolene Family Album - A collection of photos and stories about some of the many “Jolenes” in the world.
Additional classroom materials and resources for educators including:
- Dangerous Decibels Educator Resource Guide
- Dangerous Decibels DVD
- Virtual Exhibit CD