Archive for the Madeline’s Monthly Blog Archive Category

Becky Jenkins Irons: Radio Show 2016 Teacher of the Year: Father’s Day Wishes! Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for June 2016

June is graduation month for high schools around the United States. Our blog/article and Radio Show features our “Radio Show’s 2016 Teacher of the Year”, Mrs. Becky Jenkins Irons. Also included is an article on how classical music improves patients’ health and makes babies smarter. Our June article of

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Alexandra Grinsell Academic Scholar & Mother’s Day Wishes: Madeline’ s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for May 2016

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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Norman Pickering, engineer, inventor, researcher, and musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for April 2016

Our blog and radio show celebrates the life and work of Norman Pickering, engineer, inventor of “vibration control in Boeing aircraft”, “phonographic pickups and equipment”, developing “hi-resolution ultrasound for medical use”, developing the French horn used in todays orchestras, researcher, musician, husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather.

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Edna St. Vincent Millay, American poet, playwright, Pulitzer Prize winner, musician, and composer: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for March 2016

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 blog and radio show celebrates the life and work of Edna St.

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Dr. Gerald Edelman, Nobel Prize winner, Physician, Neuroscientist, Professor, Author, and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for February 2016

Our February blog and radio show celebrates the life and work of Dr. Gerald M. Edelman, physician, neuroscientist, professor, researcher, author, musician, husband and father of 3 children. The article of the month is “ If You Make A Promise Keep It!” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Radio

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Dr. Oliver Sacks, Physician, Neurologist, Professor, Author, and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for January 2016

Our New Year’s blog and radio show celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Dr. Oliver Sacks, a brilliant caring physician, neurologist, professor, author, and musician. The article of the month is “Be Grateful To Mentors” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Also included are three articles on improving

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Henry David Thoreau Author, Naturalist, Educator and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for December 2015

Our Blog and Radio Show celebrate the life and work of Henry David Thoreau. His most famous writings were “Walden” and “Civil Disobedience”. The article of the month is ““Leadership Lessons from George Bailey” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Also included are articles on how classical music calms

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Dr. William Andberg Veterinarian, Athlete, and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for November 2015

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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Playing Classical Music Creates Stress Free Travels On School Buses & Through School Hallways: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for October 2015

October 2015 is the ninth Anniversary of “Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article” and the eighth Anniversary of “Madeline’s One Minute Musical Radio Show”. This month our Radio Show and blog shares why playing classical music in the background of school buses and in hallways of schools can

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First Days of School: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for September 2015

Our September blog and Radio Show features teachers in the public schools of Virginia, Colorado, and Wales sharing how playing Classical music in the background of their classrooms helped their students concentrate, relax, and do a better job on their schoolwork. Also included are articles on high

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