The Music of Your Sphere – The Multiple Ways Your Brain is Wired for Music

Learningtogo

He believed that this correlation was part of a harmonic relationship that connects everything in the universe, which he called The Music of the Spheres. While he didn’t have the benefit of today’s brain imaging technology, he just may have been right. Human brains interpret waves that fall between 20 to 20,000 Hz as sound. The vibration, usually carried by the air, enters our ear, eventually stimulates the auditory nerve , which sends a signal to the brain.

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Music aids learning, but not unconditionally

Mitch Moldofsky

f music be the food of love, play on! Willy Shakespeare A lot of ink has been spilled over the question of what effect music has on the brain. Oliver Sacks' book Musicophilia ("Music, Ophelia?")

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How to Teach Music Online & Monetize Your Skills (Guide)

learnWorlds

Has your music school got shuttered due to COVID-19? Then you have to stop depending on your physical location and start teaching music online. Here’s what we’re covering: How teaching music online works. Examples of online music schools. 1 Do Online Music Lessons Work?

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Health Benefits of Music

Fort Hill Company

For years, scientists have tried to find the connection between music and health and concluded that both are significantly related. Studies show how music therapy significantly affects nerves and overall health by giving mental stimulation to manage mood and reduce stress. However, these are not the only thing patients with certain health cases can expect from music. This article discusses several health advantages that music lovers can expect.

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Brain Boogie @ATD2015

Origin Learning

The human brain is full of mysteries! The Brain Boogie session by Dr. Andre Vermeulen , on Sunday, May 17 at ATD ICE 2015 was all about understanding this wonderful gift called the brain. Highlights of the session include “10 Brain Fitness Exercises to Rock Your Brain”. These exercises ranged from simple neurological relaxation workouts to physical brain fitness exercises such as brain gymnastics. Listen to Baroque music, OR.

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30 Day Brainstorm Challenge Day 12: World Brain Day

Learning Rebels

. It’s day 12 of our 30 Day Brainstorm Challenge – World Brain day. National Hot Dog Day , Donut Day , and Dog Day – well, today is World Brain Day. When I got this email about World Brain Day and what we can do to strengthen the mind and brain cells, I was all in. Feed your Brain. Use Your Social Brain Wisely. For me this has freed up important brain space. Create Brain Friendly Playlists.

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Music is Becoming Social Again

bozarthzone

During yesterday's "Ukulele Learning" session my copresenter Shawn Rosler showed a chart with whole, quarter, and eighth notes and asked who had ever struggled to learn music this way. One of the takeways I hope participants found is that music can is fun, especially when shared. Not all that many years ago, before Mr. Edison invented his wax cylinder, a music was something you had to go somewhere to hear unless you played an instrument yourself.

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This is Your Brain on eLearning/Online Learning

TOPYX LMS

eLearning, also known as online learning, isn’t just good for a company’s bottom line; it is also excellent for the human brain. This is Your Brain on eLearning/Online Learning. A brain that regularly participates in online learning is a happy brain. This is good news for a brain because learning delivered over a period of weeks is more likely to be remembered and prevents a person from feeling overwhelmed. Online learning is good for the human brain.

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Accessorize your brain

Clark Quinn

You can follow interests in popular media, including music, movies, television, books, comics, and more. When you can accessorize your brain the same way you do your bod, when you can augment your capabilities, not just your appearance, you’re suddenly capable of being the person you want to be. It flashed on me last night.

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[IN DEPTH ANALYSIS] How to help your brain “unplug”

KnowledgeOne

The thing is that it’s not a matter of deciding to take a break that makes our brain follow suit… The good news is that neuroscience has recently given us the keys to understanding better how we deplete our cognitive resources and what strategies we can use to replenish them.

Deploy brain-friendly leadership models in your organization

CLO Magazine

According to our data, the key is to design brain-friendly leadership models that help leaders answer three questions. Leadership models should intentionally factor in the brain’s limited capacity for processing a vast amount of information at once.

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Be kind to your brain (especially now)

CLO Magazine

Music to my ears. The more stress we experience, the more quickly the primitive parts of our brain take over. The post Be kind to your brain (especially now) appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media. Kids home from school. Self-quarantines. Offices closing.

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Tan Le, Measuring Brain Activity: Second Day Keynote at #ATDTK

Learning Visions

Tan Le, Emotiv Technology (building brain-based computer interfaces), bio-sensing devices that track how the brain responds. She gravitated to learning about the brain. The human brain is an amazing machine that continually reprograms and rewires itself according to how we use it. And yet scientists have little opportunity to watch the brain outside the lab. EEG -- the process of observing brain waves. Making brain measurement easier and more affordable.

Setting the Mood: Top Tips for Adding Stock Music to Your E-Learning

E-learning Uncovered

Do you use music in your courses? I’ve found time and time again that a little bit of well-placed music can add a surprising amount of polish and – more importantly – set the tone of the overall experience. Music can take a shortcut through people’s brains and tap into their emotions in a way that’s uncommon with spoken or written words. The impact came from timing the verbal and visual elements to a music track that perfectly captured the mood I wanted to create.

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Can Music Make for Better Learners?

CLO Magazine

Many people enjoy listening to music as they work. Will Henshall has touched just about every nook and cranny of the music business. ” From there, Henshall went on to create Rocket Network, a technology that networks audio recording studios (he sold it to music software company Avid in 2003). He has also developed other music-related technology, including a software add-on to Pro Tools, the industry standard platform for digital audio recording.

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Seeing the Brain Through the Eyes of an Artist: Elizabeth Jameson

Learningtogo

There is mounting evidence that performance arts enhance brain development at any age. A recent study found that dancers and musicians share very similar brains – they have more connections between different regions of the brain than the average non-artist. Over time, tasking the brain to create music or art requires the use of a large percentage of the brain, so these areas develop thicker interconnections, which enhances brain processing power and creativity.

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Your Brain on Boredom and How You Can Get Motivated Again

Pract.us

Fight boredom with brain-friendly strategies. Like other emotions, boredom arises from a particular state in your brain. A study published in the journal Brain and Cognition offers evidence to support their definition. And preliminary work by Richard Huskey at the University of California Santa Barbara points to the brain’s attentional networks as key to developing flow or deep involvement in a task – the opposite of boredom. Got that feeling?

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10 Tips to Train the Brain for High Performance

Training Industry

This study threw light on the subject of brain training to increase mental ability. To yield better productivity, it is important that the learner’s brain is capable of grasping, interpreting and recalling all essential work information. Here are some ways to train your employees’ brains. Meditation: Push-Ups For the Brain Endless pressure at work can hamper the brain’s performance. Take Short Breaks Working continuously may cause improper brain functioning.

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Silence is Good for Your Brain

CLO Magazine

It’s stressless, calming, and it’s moments like these, writer Daniel Gross said in a July 2016 Nautilus article, that are actually good for the brain. Needless to say, if too much noise is harmful to people — creating stress, causing hypertension and even affecting the rhythm and rate of one’s heart — then imagine what a little quiet can do for the brain and the body. Silence can create new brain cells. Silence forces the brain to create its owns “sounds.”

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5 Strategies for Designing Brain-Friendly e-Learning Courses

Trivantis

Ever wondered what’s going on in your learners’ brains as they’re working through your online training course? We have a few answers that will help you make your e-Learning course more brain-friendly and effective! Follow these 5 tips to create successful e-Learning—designed especially for the brain: Engage them, and they’ll learn. This is because active learning stimulates a variety of areas in the brain and promotes memory.

Bend your brain

Learning with 'e's

Don''t crack up Bend your brain See both sides Throw off your mental chains. But we are not calling for a revolution here - simply for students to learn how to ''bend their brains''. Bend your brain by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 The lyrics above are from the chorus of the 1980s synth-pop classic New Song by British musician Howard Jones.

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Find new brain games, puzzles and teasers at ProProfs Games!

ProProfs

Yes, we’ve been working hard to add a fresh list of awesome brain-teasers , logic games and puzzles to our list of ProProfs Games that you can play during your free-time or just whenever you’re in the mood to tickle your brain cells. Drum Beats : In case you’re a music aficionado and want to learn how to play the drum, then this is a fun game that teaches you how to ace it! Awesome news, game lovers!

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What Happens In Your Brain When You Hear A Good Story

mysimpleshow

But what exactly happens in your brain when you hear a good story? What Happens In Your Brain When You Hear A Good Story A good story has a significant impact on the brain. When hearing a lecture that’s full of data, facts and bullet points, the language parts of the brain work alone to decode the words into meaning. However, when the same information is conveyed by means of some sort of a story the brain responds in a different way.

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The Neuroscience of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Learningtogo

Last night, the music from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer reminded me of a Christmas long gone by. Featured LearningToGo Blog brain Christmas depression happiness holidays memories memory neuroscience Rudolph sadnessIt was a happy memory, so why was I starting to cry?

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Conference Brain

Janet Clarey

I’ve got ‘conference brain.’ Good music, food, drink, and conversation on a night with perfect weather. We have a ’sculpture’ of the logo brain that was floating in the pool. More conference brain. I’ve stolen a moment here at the IiL08 conference in San Jose. Couldn’t be happier with the intensity, engagement, and buzz. Lisa Johnson ’s keynote this morning was inspirational.

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Using Brain Research to Design Better eLearning Courses: 7 Tips for Success

SHIFT eLearning

The brain is constantly on the lookout for ways to improve by obtaining new knowledge and skills, even before birth. As the brain is both rational and emotional, it is important for course designers to create a balance between the two elements for effective eLearning development. These two examples demonstrate why a balance is so important to enable the brain to function properly and therefore allow knowledge to pass into long-term memory.

Your Body’s at Work, but Where’s Your Brain? What I Learned from Reading “The Practicing Mind: Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life”

Pract.us

Sterner started studying music early in life, and as he grew up into a professional musician, piano technician, author, and entrepreneur, he noticed how his relationship with practice changed. Learn to love the journey of achievement to reach more goals. One thing I’ve learned from studying cognition and learning is that what feels productive often slows us down.

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The Science of Connection

CLO Magazine

Now, new technology enables “hard” science to provide more evidence into how our brains work. Recent studies of human brain imaging strongly suggest that our brains are wired to be social. To build good relationships, we need to understand how to tap into that “social brain” network to maximize connectivity between two individuals. Because the brain is wired to be social, it seeks social cues — the real-time behaviors that display connection.

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Neuroplasticity And Its Role In Learning And Memory

Adobe Captivate

The human brain is a complex part of the body and very little of it was understood even a few decades ago. However, increased focus on researching the brain has led to remarkable discoveries related to its functioning in greater detail. In my previous blog, “ Whole Brain Learning To Enhance Your Learning Experiences “, I have presented few ideas on how the brain functions when it comes to processing or digesting information. What is Neuroplasticity?

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): What if "This is your brain on drugs".was a good thing?

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Web-based Replacements for MSFT Project | Main | Semi-Daily Quote/Lyric/Words of Others » March 25, 2008 What if "This is your brain on drugs".was Ive added Stephanie West Allens " Brains on Purpose " blog to my Netvibes - the subtitle of the blog is "Neuroscience and Conflict Resolution."

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): " Visual Thinking, Imagery, and the Brain" (Eide Neurolearning Blog)

Mark Oehlert

Their post mentions and links to a PDF of an article in press, entitled " What Brain Imaging Can Tell Us About Embodied Meaning ," by Marcel Just. One passage from the abstract is "A set of fMRI studies on visual imagery in sentence comprehension reveals both the perceptual-motor and the symbolic aspects of brain function that underlie language processing.

Podcast: Baba Brinkman, Rap Artist, Playwright, and Creator of “The Rap Guide to Consciousness”

Learningtogo

I must admit that I don’t consider myself much of a fan of rap music, but I’m going to have to rewire my brain on that subject. In this episode, I talked with Baba about his amazing work, his fascination with the brain and his life married to an actual neuroscientist. You can purchase his music on Bandcamp , iTunes, and Amazon. Baba Brinkman is a rap artist, award-winning playwright, and former tree-planter who has personally planted more than one million trees.

Baba Brinkman, Rap Artist, Playwright, and Creator of “The Rap Guide to Consciousness”

Learningtogo

I must admit that I don’t consider myself much of a fan of rap music, but I’m going to have to rewire my brain on that subject. In this episode, I talked with Baba about his amazing work, his fascination with the brain and his life married to an actual neuroscientist. You can purchase his music on Bandcamp , iTunes, and Amazon. Listen to Podcast: [link].

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The budget didn’t fail your low-budget eLearning. What else did? Your enthusiasm to use all of it.

Eat Learn Repeat

Free Background Music? this, a background music has been added, which kept taking me away from hearing the voices. I suggested that they remove the background music and see if it does any good. The voice is loud & clear and most importantly, the message you wanted to pass is going straight to the audience in an even more efficient way without the music. Is this how you arrive at your project budgets? “I promise, it’s not us!”

Five Creative Ideas For Your Explainer Video

mysimpleshow

Colors can even affect blood pressure, heart rhythm, breathing and brain activity. Play funky music. Background music can make an explainer video scene much more effective as it helps to generate a certain mood and complements what the viewer sees.

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Why embedding emotions in training/learning material matters

G-Cube

The functional organization of the brain and the mind depends on and advances due to experience. Moderate stress: We want our employees to learn and not turn to the flight-or-fight mode caused by the amygdala part of the brain. All emotions are useful!

Why embedding emotions in training/learning material matters

G-Cube

The functional organization of the brain and the mind depends on and advances due to experience. Moderate stress: We want our employees to learn and not turn to the flight-or-fight mode caused by the amygdala part of the brain. All emotions are useful!

3 Ways to Get Your Creative Mojo Going (When You Aren’t Feeling it)

Learning Rebels

Not only will this send much needed oxygen to the brain, but moving also stimulates thought. Get out of your workspace and find some sunshine or a colorful area to stimulate the brain. This can be forgiven (sort-of) but an important key to firing up brain cells is finding your creative self. As any marketer knows, music is a powerful motivator. Just take a moment and listen to the music in the different stores you frequent. Music connects the brain to emotions.

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"Ukulele Learning" Devlearn Session Recap

bozarthzone

“Ukulele Learning” session recap Devlearn 2015 Session Recap: 304 (will be repeated Thursday Oct 1 as session 518) Jane Bozarth, Shawn Rosler, Ellen Wagner Ukulele Learning: Music and the Brain Since so many colleagues of mine have taken up the ukulele recently I wanted to have a uke jam at Devlearn. So I recruited helpers Ellen Wagner and Shawn Rosler, and together we developed “Ukulele Learning: Music and the Brain”.

Let’s Focus a Little Better

CLO Magazine

listen to music in a similar fashion, sitting there, or dancing around, or, wait for it, stopping and starting it on my cassette player to jot down the lyrics. I am assured that if my mind isn’t preoccupied with adulting — the stuff of paying bills, celebrating health insurance coverage and so forth — it’s darting between any number of digital disruptors: social media, email, music streaming apps, game apps, news apps, podcasts, text messages, bings, buzzes and everything in between.