THE CULTIVATION OF MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT - A DIGITAL MUSIC LESSON IN KINDERGARDEN WITH PARENTS' INPUT

Paraskevi Foti

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Formal music education influences various aspects of cognitive development such as perception, memory and language skills. There are elements that suggest that music contributes to people's mental health by having a positive impact on pregnancy and adulthood while additionally creating higher brain function in those who are familiar with music in general. This paper will refer to inquiries about the contribution of music and a digital music lesson will be presented that was held in a kindergarten classroom with the participation of parents highlighting ICT’s contribution.

 

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music intelligence, digital lesson, kindergarten, parents’ contribution

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