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Teaching students in a classroom to read music, play piano, compose, improvise and perform has been a challenge for music educators for centuries. MusIQ Lab combines the best elements of technology with inspired pedagogy and a comprehensive body of content.

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[28 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
Nashville Model Music Programs: Traditional Solutions are Limited by Funding

Most Effective Solution? Integrate MusIQ Lab

The Benefits of Music »

[22 May 2014 | No Comment | ]

STEM education is a popular strategy that focuses resources on Science Technology English and Math learning objectives. Educators are now realizing that music training is an effective way to increase student achievement. As a result, STEAM is now becoming popular article here .
Studies over the past two decades show that instrumental music skill development has a big impact on rates of learning in Math, Science, and Reading ​.
Traditional strategies to deliver music programs with instrumental skill development are expensive, typically achieved through band/orchestra after school. Students join band in Middle/High school, …

The Benefits of Music »

[13 May 2014 | No Comment | ]

A wealth of scientific research over the last decade is proving that music education is a powerful tool for attaining children’s full intellectual, social, and creative potential.
-It speeds up the development of speech and reading skills
-It trains children to focus their attention for sustained periods
-It helps children gain a sense of empathy for others

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[3 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]

Adventus Incorporated’s Ear Training Coach is designed to help the private music teacher prepare students for RCM Examinations without eating up valuable lesson time drilling intervals, playbacks, and sight reading. Students respond quickly to the activities tailored to the specific requirements of each RCM Grade. Once the student has been introduced to each activity they can be left to work with the software independently. The software will keep detailed reports of each user’s results which the teacher can use to monitor progress on a weekly basis.