“Melodic Learning” is the name given to a broad range of teaching strategies in which music and singing are used to facilitate the gain of knowledge. The term “Melodic Learning” was first used in several academic papers (white papers) that were published in 2011. A frequently cited example of “Melodic Learning” is the use of the “A-B-C Song” for children to learn the letters of the alphabet.
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What They Are Saying
They [the students] were there every time and begging to come back more often, and they maintained that level of interest for the entire nine weeks of the program.
When I first started this program, it was wonderful! ……..My grades have gone up. I was an F; now I am an A. I can read better. I can learn better!