100 Ways to Improve Teaching Using Your Voice and Music

100 Ways to Improve Teaching Using Your Voice and Music
100 Ways to Improve Teaching Using Your Voice and Music

100 Ways to Improve Teaching Using Your Voice and Music

Pathways to Accelerated Learning
By Don G. Campbell

5 & up

JUVENILE NONFICTION

112 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $28.95 (US $28.95) (CA $43.95)

ISBN 9780913705742

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Jan 1992)
Zephyr Press

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Overview

This book offers techniques for enhancing students memory through voice and music. Through the multisensorial activities in this professional resource, instructors can make lessons more engaging, select music for optimal learning, improve the enthusiasm and variation in their voice, and increase students' learning.

Reviews

“Campbell is a true genius. This book is chock-full of specific, practical ways to boost learning—a great resource.”—Eric Jensen, author, Super Teaching

“A joyous little book for teachers and speakers, with 100 simple, fun exercises to use your own voice to improve your unique style of communication. It’s a handbook to help you develop a better ear, a flexible voice and a stronger intuition for teaching and training.” —Institute for Music, Health, & Education

Author Biography

Don Campbell, author of nine books, including the bestselling The Mozart Effect, has worked with educators worldwide in creating innovative programs in music to enhance learning skills. He was appointed to the Guggenheim Project, which integrates accelerated learning and innovative curriculum into urban schools in Chicago and Washington, D.C.