Friday, March 07, 2014

Music Org for Music Education

Just learned about the National Association for Music Education's Broader Minded: think beyond the bubbles program. 

Music not only impacts academic achievement, it also shapes the way our students understand themselves and the world around them. Let's think beyond the bubbles and educate the whole student.

They have good insights and arguments for supporting music in our schools.  Consider this going forward - as more and more time goes for testing.  


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Research has proven that when you listen to your favorite song, your brain releases dopamine, a type of neurotransmitter. Valorie Salimpoor, a neurologist at McGill University, conducted tests on 8 music lovers by injecting a radioactive substance into their bodies, then listening to the music they loved. A PET used to scan neural reflexes shows that a large amount of dopamine has been released, indicating that they have happy, excited and happy emotions.