ISBN: 978-1-905351-31-2

The power of music: A research synthesis of the impact of actively making music on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young people


Author(s):*Listed Alphabetically
Hallam S

Year of Publication:
2015

Publisher(s):
Institute of Education University College

Publication Type:
Book / Book Chapter

Abstract:

This book considers how neuroscience evidence shows that actively engaging in music making can enhance other musical skills and lead to other beneficial outcomes. Early engagement, group work, quality teaching, long-term, relevant and broad ranging music are all key factors to aiding language, literacy, audio and visual memory, spatial reasoning, maths, executive functioning, intellectual development, creativity, general attainment, education motivation, re-engagement, social inclusion and cohesion, empathy and emotional intelligence.



Participant Group: Children (0-15)

Art Forms: Music

Access Type: Access upon request

APA Citation:

Hallam, S. (2015). The power of music: A research synthesis of the impact of actively making music on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young people. London: Institute of Education University College.