Another winner from Don Campbell--with 75 activities. Tune into how your students learn! Promote a learning environment that is non-stressful and focused by using music to help learners synchronise their brains and bodies. Specific activities for teachers precede and complement the student activities.
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Chris Brewer is an author, musician, and trainer with 20 years’ experience in teaching. She is Senior Faculty for Cambridge College’s National Institute for Teaching Excellence and teaches in a variety of other educational programs. Chris developed an arts integration training program for The Center for Creative Education in Palm Beach County with 350 teachers and 50 artists. Chris is currently co-director of the Institute for Accelerated Learning, Teaching and Research. Don Campbell is the author of nine books, including the best-selling The Mozart Effect. He was appointed to the Guggenheim Project, which integrates accelerated learning and innovative curriculum into urban schools in Chicago and Washington, D.C. A featured presenter at both the United Nations Peace through Education Conference and the International Conference on Healing with Music, he has also appeared on the Today Show and other national television and public radio programs. He resides in Boulder, Colorado.Review:
Rhythms of Learning is full of surprises [and] provocative questions and statements about theories of learning. . . . a great book. -- Grace Nash, Music Educator
A comprehensive handbook of creative tools . . . filled with stimulating and creative activities . . . that can be incorporated in any subject-matter area. -- On the Beam, New Horizons for Learning
It is refreshing to see the clarity with which [these theories] are presented here. I applaud this ground-breaking work. -- Libyan Labiosa Cassone, President, Society for Accelerated Learning and Teaching, International Programs Director, Accelerated Learning Systems
New experiences leading to a richer self-awareness await us, and [this book] is an invitation to seek this adventure. -- Paul R. Messier, Ph.D., President & Chairman, National Learning Foundation
Places key tools of sound in the hands of teachers so they can empower themselves and inspire their pupils. -- Barbara Marx Hubbard, author of Emergence: The Shift from Ego to Essence
They have done for music what Betty Edwards did for art in Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. -- Colin Rose, Accelerated Learning Systems, Great Britain, author of Master It Faster and co-author of Accelerated Learning for the 21st Century
This book is full of good ideas for breakthrough learning activities. -- Dr. B. M. Thompson, President and CEO, Sound Listening and Learning Center
This handy reference book explores developments in listening theory . . . in a manner that the classroom teacher can readily apply. -- Brain Gym Magazine
[A] remarkable book. . . . filled with rich educational experiences, and backed up with sound theory. -- Dee Dickinson, President, New Horizons for Learning
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