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How Does Music Education Boosts Learning

Today, music occupies a special place in the hearts of those in the field of childhood development. This is because music supports learning in a number of ways. Let’s take a look at three of them:

  • Music Aids Brain Growth and Development
  • Music Improves Verbal Recall
  • Learning Music Improves Hand-Eye Coordination and Memory

You can read a brief details about these points on Music Education Boosts Learning.

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Tags: child, development, learning, preschool, teaching

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Comment by Dorothy Hastings on February 6, 2014 at 2:36am

Music is a powerful tool and can dramatically improve and enrich student minds. It makes sense to push music education and to allow young generations to gain these wonderful benefits like higher intelligence through increased creative thinking, problem solving and physically stronger brains, a higher perception of life including better attitudes.

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