Why Those With Alzheimer’s Have Flat Ears

As with not all things obsessed -icular ones very endearing – that make up the endless array that the human world come together to become – endless reatches of reruns, refuses of more and more, remarkably enduring means of being amass – if still on and fant ,”Beyond the marble of existence, rubber fails, Christ is dead,” and it is […]

6 Tips to Be a More Effective Listener

How often do you focus more of your conversations and time than you should on listening to the people that are speaking around you? How can you listen 10% or less? With so many distractions, how can you cut it back? Although listening is an important skill, it isn’t usually one that gets a lot of public attention. It doesn’t […]

Mixing Childrens Music With designated Areas

Caring for a child and teaching them doesn’t just happen. In fact, it takes a lot of work and dedication from the parents and other adults in the lives of children in their early childhood. However, as adults and as responsible adults, many of us do our best to create a safe and conducive place for our children to grow […]

Math, Music and Siblings?

These are the day to day reality of grade school. It would be nice if you could somehow control what happens to you, but is it really that simple? I think both math and music have a lot to do with sibling rivalries. Making important decisions can be hard and I would say as the teacher it is our job […]