"Music gives us a language that cuts across the disciplines, helps us to see connections and brings a more coherent meaning to our world." — Ernest Boyer, President, Carnegie Foundation
The Extraordinary Benefits of Learning Music - "Students who learn music at an early age are more likely to excel in other extracurricular activities. They are also three times more likely to earn a bachelor’s degree."
Autism Spectrum Disorder & Music - It been shown how constructive music education is in all areas of cognitive development, but it also proves to be especially helpful to those with ASD. As showcased by this infographic, it basically boils down to the two most indicative symptoms across the spectrum of those with autism. Those being that ASD can be characterized mainly by poor ability to communicate and interact socially, along with being prone to repetitive behaviors and specific interests.
Ultimate List of Online #Music Education Games #onlineeducationgames
Pair of adjectives easily confused! #esl
musictheory.net - Theory Lessons
Improving Hand Position 3
Having nothing to say and saying it: the blog of Sydney con music education lecturer James Humberstone. Includes lots of course notes, lesson plan ideas and materials from his time as a secondary classroom music teacher.
Everyone loves stickers... and piano teachers will love them even more when you realize how they can be used as a teaching tool... not only as a reward! #StickerMania #PianoTeacherTips #GetCreativeGetResults
Guide to teaching interval tonalities. This focuses on size - too big, good, too small, and way too small, with examples also featuring the correct terminology. A freebie by IBO Musical Voyage, found at: http://bit.ly/1k3Cdxx