Archive for the One Minute Radio Show: 2014 Category

John Quincy Adams Diplomat and Statesman: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog For January 2015

Wishing you a New Year filled with hope, promise, new opportunity, and music! What one thing will you do to make it a great one? Remember to start your New Year right by listening to Classical and Baroque music which has the power to make you smarter,

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President Warren Harding a Better Perspective: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog For December 2014

Our Blog and Radio Show features the remarkable accomplishments of President Warren Harding. The article of the month “Do You Sing the Me Me Blues? ”  by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Included are two articles on how studying a musical instrument improves learning and academic performance and

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President Tyler & Judge Tyler, Sr. Scholars, Public Servants, and Musicians: Madeline’s Monthly Blog & Musical Tips for Nov 2014

By playing Classical and Baroque music in your class rooms, in the hallways of your school, in the cafeteria during lunch on school buses, to and from school, and in your home your students will be able to concentrate better on their school work and will be

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Growing Plants Stronger and Healthier Listening to Classical & Baroque Music: The Power of Music for Education and Healing – October 2014

October 2014 is the eighth Anniversary of “Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog” and the Seventh Anniversary of “Madeline’s One Minute Musical Radio Show”. This month our Radio Show and blog feature growing stronger and healthier plants through playing Classical and Baroque music. Also included are

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Merri and Gary Scott Teach “Super Thinking -Super Spanish” Using Baroque Music. Studying a Musical Instrument Makes You Smarter: September 2014.

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 the background helps students to relax, allowing them to

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Dr. Mark Reimer Award Winning Teacher & Preparing for Your First Day of the School Year – August 2014

Included in this blog are Dr. Frank’s, “10 Creative Ways to Inspire Students & Curb Teachers Burn Out!” Also included are articles by Harry and Rosemary Wong, Mrs. I, and a student survey on what characteristics make a good teacher. Our interview and Radio Show celebrate the

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Classical Music’s Healing Powers: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for July 2014

Remember to start your day right by listening to Classical music, which has the power to improve your mood, make you smarter, and improves health and healing. This month’s blog includes articles on the healing power of listening to Mozart’s music, improving movement by dancing to Classical music

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Dr. Peter Zaret, Professor, inventor, patent holder, and musician: Train your employees to work calmer, faster, and happier with Baroque music. Madeline’s Monthly Blog, Musical Tips, & Radio Show for June 2014.

We are dedicating this Father’s Day to honoring men who are scientists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, teachers, artists, 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

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Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder international experts on “Super-Learning”: Madeline’s Monthly Blog, Musical Tips, & Radio Show for May 2014.

We want to wish all of our readers a very Happy Mother’s Day! One mother recently said, “Mothers are the quiet unsung heroes!” Mothers are more concerned about their children’s needs then their own. (Selflessness) Mothers love their children with their whole heart and are willing to

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Mozart Symphonies are the Top Classical Music for Concentrating and Focusing: Madeline’s Monthly Blog, Musical Tips, & Radio Show for March 2014.

March is “Music in Our Schools Month” so inspire, encourage, and motivate your students by putting Mozart Symphonies on in the background of your classroom to improve your students concentration and discipline. This month our interview and radio show celebrates the work of Dr. Ann Savan, Welsh

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