Archive for the 2008 Category

Heddy Lamarr And “Sydney Symphony to Inspire Sick Kids” – December 2008

Listening to Classical music has the power to make you smarter, help you work faster with more accuracy, improves health and healing, grows healthier plants in fewer days, increases sales in stores, and can prevent crime. If school buses played Classical Music on the buses to calm

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Judith A. Resnik And “Spelling, Math, Science…and Violin?” – November 2008

Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, and mathematicians have studied and played musical instruments since they were children. These eminent individuals have integrated music into their thinking process. Classical music has the power to motivate, inspire, and to soothe pain. Over the next several months of

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Alexander Graham Bell And “Your First Day of School Script” – October 2008

October 2008 is the Second Anniversary of Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips and the First Anniversary of Madeline’s One Minute Musical Radio Show. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, and mathematicians have studied and played musical instruments since they were children. These eminent individuals have integrated music into

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Benjamin Franklin and Rap Music

Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips For September 2008 We are beginning a new school year which is a new opportunity to begin using classical music in the classrooms during class and in the hallways and on school buses to and from school. Classical music playing in

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Charles Apgar And “Autistic Teen’s Piano Recital Marks Milestone” – August 2008

We are beginning a new school year which is a new opportunity to begin using classical music in the classrooms during class and in the hallways and on school buses to and from school. Classical music played in the background helps students learn to relax, allowing them

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Kristen Merry And “A Fantastic Day for Seniors” – July 2008

Studying music is making a difference in the lives of top graduates across the country. June was graduation month for high schools, colleges and universities throughout the United States. Our amazing 2008 high school seniors are scholars and musicians. Classical music is making them smarter on a

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Calling All Principals, Teachers and Educators! – June 2008

We are dedicating this Father’s Day to honoring men who are scientists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, teachers, writers and musicians. These eminent individuals have integrated music into their thinking process. Music is a powerful tool for motivating, inspiring, educating and soothing pain. Remember no one is immune

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Ada Byron King And “Scientists at Work” – May 2008

We are dedicating this Mother’s Day to honoring women who are scientists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, teachers, writers and musicians. These eminent individuals have integrated music into their thinking process. Music is a powerful tool for motivating, inspiring, educating and soothing pain. Remember no one is immune

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Jane Austen And “Support Lacking for New Teachers” – April 2008

Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, teachers and writers have studied and played musical instruments since they were children. These eminent individuals have integrated music into their thinking process. Music is a powerful tool for motivating, inspiring, educating and soothing pain. We are dedicating

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Learning by Example And “Program Aims To Keep Teachers In The Classroom” – March 2008

March is National Music in our Schools month so put on some of your favorite Classical music to start the month off right. Remember no one is immune to the power of music! Parents remember to have classical music on your family’s iPod. In the U.S. we

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