Music in Education Is Fluff, Right? Wrong!
Maryann Harman with Eric Jensen
|There is a prevailing sentiment among many educators and parents that music education is superfluous – a distraction from the important subjects. But increasingly researchers are finding that there is a strong link between music and development of the fundamental skills of life-long learning. In this segment our guest shares three reasons why music is essential to learning.|
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May 8, 2009 Music & Learning
Eric Jensen is currently completing his PhD. in Human Development from Fielding Graduate University. He has written 26 books and published 10 journal articles. He also has classroom experience teaching reading and study skills. Jensen’s list of clients includes schools in 10 countries and a dozen Fortune 500 companies. He has made presentations in 40 states as well as three branches of the military. Jensen was the original Training Director and Lead Facilitator at SuperCamp, now known as Quantum Learning.
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