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  • Author: John Henneberger It is interesting to observe how fast children learn when they are young! Research supports our observations that learning experiences must begin in the early years from birth to age five. This is a critical time in a child’s musical and cognitive development. The benefits of music and movement in the preschool years have been well documented. Research studies show that music enhances brain development and academic learning. Music affects many areas of brain function...

    Kids Music – The Benefits of Educational Music for Kids

    Author: John Henneberger It is interesting to observe how fast children learn when they are young! Research supports our observations that learning experiences must begin in the early years from birth to age five. This is a critical time in a child’s musical and cognitive development. The benefits of music and movement in the preschool years have been well documented. Research studies show that music enhances brain development and academic learning. Music affects many areas of brain function...

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  • Author: Elaine Reeves With the present fast-paced lifestyle, music education must keep up with the changing times. Learning now does not rest mostly on books and class lectures alone. A more efficient and quicker means is thru the internet. Moreover, the internet offers more interesting ways to teach and learn music. The internet is indeed a window of possibilities and the music educators must exploit this resource for the benefit of their students, as well as theirs. The online resources for...

    Online Resources For Music Teachers

    Author: Elaine Reeves With the present fast-paced lifestyle, music education must keep up with the changing times. Learning now does not rest mostly on books and class lectures alone. A more efficient and quicker means is thru the internet. Moreover, the internet offers more interesting ways to teach and learn music. The internet is indeed a window of possibilities and the music educators must exploit this resource for the benefit of their students, as well as theirs. The online resources for...

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  • Author: Julian Partridge Well let me tell you the good news…. Music lessons in childhood and particularly before the age of 7 can have a lasting effect on a child’s development. Here are some facts and figures: 1. Students in high-quality school music programs score higher on standardized tests compared to students in schools with deficient music education programs, regardless of the socioeconomic level of the school or school district. 2. Students in top-quality music programs...

    Children and Music Education

    Author: Julian Partridge Well let me tell you the good news…. Music lessons in childhood and particularly before the age of 7 can have a lasting effect on a child’s development. Here are some facts and figures: 1. Students in high-quality school music programs score higher on standardized tests compared to students in schools with deficient music education programs, regardless of the socioeconomic level of the school or school district. 2. Students in top-quality music programs...

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