Click on the following links to play:
“Music and Learning Radio”
Hosted by : Maryann “Mar.” Harman
Right click to save the file to your computer.
Too Much Sesame Street? Not Enough?
Bob McGrath of Sesame Street. I love being in Bob’s Neighborhood!
Dr. Jean, Children’s Recording Artist/Educator
Revisiting The Mozart Effect Don Campbell, Author “The Mozart Effect”
Understanding the Music Reading Connection John Archambault, Author (co-author “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom”
Surprise! Children Don’t Have to Sit Still Hap Palmer, Children’s Recording Artist/Educator
Breaking the Language Barriers Through Music Karen Nemeth, Author “Many Languages, One Classroom”
Connecting to the Autistic Child Dr. Clarissa Willis, Author
How Music Develops 21st Century Skills Michael Buttera, President MENC
Music And Education Event Planning GeeGee Kreischer, FLAEYC Board Member
Teaching Values Through Music Dr. Pam Schiller, Author
The Message in the Music Tom Chapin / Red Grammer, Children’s Recording Artists
For interviews on child health and safety, visit website: http://www.childhealthonline.org/radio.html
Why Do Girls Sing And Boys Play Rock Guitar?
Kathy Stevens of the Gurian InstituteStarting Too Early or Too Late. Whats right?
Dr. Carla Hannaford,
Author of “Smart Moves: Why Learning is Not All In Your Head”
Music. An Underutilized Tool For Teaching Reading
Dr. Donald Hodges, researching and professor at
Bonding, Healing and Teaching by Singing to Infants
Dr. Alice Honig, Renown and respected researcher. So proud to have her.
Using Music as a Teaching Tool to Enhance Learning
Chris Brewer Author of “Soundtracks for Learning”