Teaching Math And Science With Music
What are the benefits of her unique book? Dr. Frank has taken an average math student and put them on the mathematics honor roll!
Dr. Madeline Frank cites scientific evidence showing that the study of musical instruments helps to develop strong neuronal connections to enhance brain function; perfect for teaching math skills! She cites studies from such scholars as Arnold Scheibel, Gerald Edelman, Oliver Sacks, Alfred Tomatis and others. Discover how you too can be brighter through music. Read More
Musical Notes on Math
Dr. Frank has developed her unique, one of a kind, math to rhythm program for children!
Her oldest son was not doing well in math. His math book had eight different authors and each page contained eight different math teaching concepts. She decided to simplify this to only one math concept per page. Children learn concepts one at a time and build on this foundation. Her children have always enjoyed music and what makes music special is the rhythm. Read More
What Readers Are Saying
Congratulations on the Ten-Year Anniversary of your Musical Radio Show and Eleven-Year Anniversary of your Musical Tips! Quite the milestones! You’ve covered an amazing amount of material during those years, and given thousands of interested educators and friends musical food for thought! I know I’ve learned a lot. One of the most wonderful things to see in all of the reports you’ve provided is the strong sense of responsibility exhibited by the people you “interview” from history. I hope you will have many more years, and profit many additional people with your factual accounts. Many Happy Returns! Warmest regards – Elizabeth Hamilton
“Thank you for sharing Madeline – I found that very relaxing to read. I look forward to being more constructive. There was also a great deal of information I would have missed had I not listened. You have a way of clearly making a bold emphasis and making me question the ends of statements, with a great deal of accentuation to focus on for critical thinking. I would like to think I am learning from it.” – George Snow
2012-2019 Awards From Our Radio Show
We’re honoring Top Teachers, Lifetime Achievement Awards for teachers, Top Graduating High School Seniors, and Top University Graduates. The Nobel Prize never honored teachers so we are doing this. In a sense, this is our “Nobel Prize” for hard-working teachers and hard-working students.
2019 Top Graduating High School Senior: Nora Giannoni
2017 Teacher of The Year: Nancy Gray Scott
2016 Teacher of The Year: Becky Jenkins Irons
2016 Top College Graduate: Alexandra Grinsell
2015 Lifetime Achievement Award: Jeanne Golner, Elizabeth L. Hamilton, and Maryl Arbuckle Case
2015 Top University Graduate: Joshua (Josh) Brandon Scott
2015 Top Graduating High School Senior: Shalni Kumar
2013 Teacher of The Year: Maestro Vincent La Selva
2012 Top Graduating High School Senior: Alexandra Grinsell