Short Term Music Lessons improve Listening and Learning

Great article about the positive effects of Learning Music on Active Listening from the Bangor New Age Examiner.  “According to the research results reported on Science Daily, children who participate in music lessons for as few as 1 to 5 years show improved neural processing of sounds as they near adulthood. This may translate to enhanced listening and learning for a lifetime.” This links back to my Blog Post from a few weeks ago on “Activate Your Listening” 

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Phil Rooke is a Teacher Educator, specializing in Music Education for the Catholic Education Office - Diocese of Parramatta, authoring & implementing teaching programs and leading music learning across a system of 78 schools in Western Sydney. "I am on a learning journey to find and invent better ways to motivate students and teachers in music making."
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