Music education

Melody—why isn’t it taught?

Melody is one of the four foundational materials—melody, harmony, rhythm, and texture— used to make music.

Oxford University Press

Rock music helps students and educators explore engineering

The OK Go Sandbox is an online portal that uses the band’s videos as starting points to explore various STEAM concepts.

MIT News

How music can help your child learn better

“So if you can recognize patterns in music, and the rhythm and timing, you’re going to be able to recognize the patterns in math.”

Daily Advertiser

La musique classique au diapason du mooc

Le nouveau phénomène de l'apprentissage en ligne.

France Musique

What's the Deal with Do Re Mi? The Story of Solfège

It’s fair to say that “Do-Re-Mi” is etched into the pop culture mind — you probably knew it before you took your first music class.


How music is transforming the lives of children in Uganda

If you found out that your son’s junior band had 30 brass instruments that were not going to be used anymore, what would you do?


Music education should be inclusive. So where are the disabled teachers?

Disabled educators can help make lessons more accessible to everyone at school – but many more are needed.

The Guardian

Hausser les performances scolaires par la musique et l’art

Les leçons de musique améliorent les performances académiques des enfants. Les habiletés cognitives telles que la mémoire à court terme, l’inhibition, la planification et le raisonnement sont rehaussées.

Science Presse

Turn yourself into a songwriter

Whether you are a well-established wordsmith or someone who's never written a song before, inspiration can strike at any moment. Could that phrase fit into the perfect chorus for a new song?


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