MUSIC/LEARNING

 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY/LEARNING

 

Physical activity is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. In combination with healthy eating, it can help prevent a range of chronic diseases. Physical activity helps control weight; builds lean muscle; reduces fat; promotes strong bone, muscle and joint development; and decreases the risk of obesity. Research indicates that principals, teachers and parents can help make schools healthier places to learn by integrating physical activity during the school day. THE READING PARTY PROGRAM infuses physical fitness routines into phonics lessons and teaches students to learn to read while being physically active.

RESEARCH- ARTICLES

 

The Importance of Music and

Movement in Learning

Margie La Bella

 

 

Music and Learning: Integrating

Music in the Classroom

Chris Boyd Brewer

 

 

Learning Through the Arts

Dee Dickinson

 

 

Music and the Mind

Dee Dickinson

 

 

Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Howard Gardner

 

 

Movement is the Key to Learning  

Anne Green Gilbert

 

 

Integrating Music in the Classroom

Dr. Isaiah Jackson

 

 

Interactive Music Strategies for the Academic Curriculum

Michelle Lazar

 

 

Music in the Classroom: Instructor's handy guide for bringing music into your classroom

Jennifer O. Prescott

 

 

Learning Modalities: Pathways to Effective Learning

Public Broadcasting Service: PBS Teachers

 

 

RESEARCH- BOOKS

 

Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom

Thomas Armstrong

 

 

Learning Through Play: Music and Movement

Ellen Booth Church

 

 

 

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