Music education

Music is glue between a person and the world of emotions

Introduction to classical music is best when it occurs in the early childhood.

Examiner

Teaching Music of a Different Kind

Mr. Greig manages the London division of the School of Sound Recording, a commercial studio and private academy based in Manchester.

The New York Times

New Evidence Links Music Education, Higher Test Scores

Research from Canada finds high-performing students do even better if they are enrolled in ongoing music classes.

Pacific Standard

The Business of Music

Allan Kozinn looks at the growing number of career-management courses being taught at music schools and conservatories.

Opera News

Back To Your 'Tech-Centric' School

From instant student-teacher collaboration based on cloud technology to art and music educational apps and interactive gaming, schools nationwide embrace advanced technologies even with ever-looming budget cuts.

Forbes

Web-based Tools for Your Middle School Music Classroom

To prepare for this session, I enlisted the assistance of Richard McCready, 2013 TI:ME Teacher of the Year, because his work with music technology at the middle and high school levels is excellent. With his help, I was able to present the following web-based tools to the middle school music educators:

MusTech.net

4 Ways the Internet Revolutionized How We Learn About Music

Whether you're learning the chords to "Hotel California" or how to tune your mandolin, the internet is a repository of knowledge providing any aspiring Springsteen an opportunity to realize their potential.

Policy Mic

Beat Club DC uses local libraries as launchpads for music education

As the world goes digital, libraries everywhere have to adapt to a world where fewer people, let alone teenagers, are picking up printed books.

Elevation DC

Music holds key to providing a quality education system

Parents need to know, for example, that unless their children are receiving a first-rate music education, taught by teachers who know about music, their children's brains are being starved, in part, of the necessary stimulants that generate creativity in an individual.

The Sidney Morning Herald


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