“The Mozart Effect”. What is the “Mozart Effect”?. “Music and Spatial Task Performance” Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major Stanford-Binet intelligence test Significant rise in scores. Spatial-temporal reasoning involves transforming and comparing mental images in space and time.
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Spatial-temporal reasoning involves transforming and comparing mental images in space and time.
In this day and age of new technology, we
sometimes fail to tackle the simplest of problems.
We worry more about having a perfect Power Point
presentation than ensuring that all the students are
focused on the learning task which is about to be
presented. We take them from a natural setting
which they have known most of their lives, the play-
ground, and put them into an alien environment, the
classroom, and expect them to perform without fail.
Why not make their daily transition an easier one
with the help of Mozart? Why not help them
increase their test performance with a sonata?