Young Children's Listening: What are they choosing?

Even very young children now regularly use digital media. Research published in the US, done by Common Sense Media Research, found that nine out of ten 5- to 8-year-olds have access to a computer. Over one fifth of that age group use a computer at least once a day. And, slightly less than that, some

2013-01-27T01:58:19+00:00By |0 Comments

How Does Music Stimulate Left and Right Brain Function? Why is this Important?

Music research indicates that music education not only has the benefits of self-expression and enjoyment, but is linked to improved cognitive function (Schellenberg), increased language development from an early age (Legg), and positive social interaction (Netherwood). Music listening and performance impacts the brain as a whole, stimulating both halves - the analytical brain and the

2021-09-16T07:29:44+00:00By |37 Comments

How To Love Teaching a Preschool Music Class

Teaching pre-school music can be either an ultimate teaching experience or it can be a worst nightmare! Is it possible that it all comes down to mindset? There are those teachers that seem to have it all under control with young children, the kids seem balanced and happy and excited, yet attentive and inspired and

2018-08-23T04:01:34+00:00By |3 Comments
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