Earlier this week, the VOICES conference featured two days of talks from science educators and communicators who use music to share ideas about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
VOICES (which stands for Virtual Ongoing Interdisciplinary Collaborations on Educating with Song) took place entirely online, which allowed participants from all over the world to present talks about their own unique methods of using songs or music to talk about science. Full story.
Eva Amsen (Forbes) / September 24, 2019
- What is Lost When Musical Tastes Change? It seems that classical music audiences have only enough band width today for a certain number of composers and musical styles.
- Why you need to embed music into every lesson Involvement in music fosters important life skills
- Musical Ear Syndrome: When The Brain Creates Music From Nothing Hearing phantom music may seem more like a gift than a disorder...
- Recorder set to be eclipsed by soaring popularity of ukulele in school music classes 15 per cent of music teachers teaching whole class ensembles used the ukulele in 2020