James Michael Harris

James Michael Harris

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Math in Music Education Kids of new generation should have different methods of training .They capable to perceive information faster, with cross-modal processing ,activating all senses at once : visual perception, audio analyzers , neuromotor functions. http://educationinjapan.wordpress.com/2011/02/04/considering-the-benefits-of-digital-music-grammar-in-a-music-educational-program/ Stepanov Ukraine

Math in Music Education Kids of new generation should have different methods of training .They capable to perceive information faster, with cross-modal processing ,activating all senses at once : visual perception, audio analyzers , neuromotor functions. http://educationinjapan.wordpress.com/2011/02/04/considering-the-benefits-of-digital-music-grammar-in-a-music-educational-program/ Stepanov Ukraine

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." - More Pins from Reimagining Schools: http://www.pinterest.com/addfreesources/re-imagining-school/

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." - More Pins from Reimagining Schools: http://www.pinterest.com/addfreesources/re-imagining-school/

Music - Rhythm Value lookbook. I made these for my abecedarian group at our Classical Conversations for the tin whistle segment, to teach 4/4 time. We held each note for the length of its value, counting out four measures of 4/4 time. Then they got to take them home.

Music - Rhythm Value lookbook. I made these for my abecedarian group at our Classical Conversations for the tin whistle segment, to teach 4/4 time. We held each note for the length of its value, counting out four measures of 4/4 time. Then they got to take them home.