Internet Tutorials are the Teachers of the Future

Written by Jesse S. Somer

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By Jesse S. Somer M6.Net Web Hosting Somer is a writer and guitarist learning about how to learn more through the Internet.

The Benefits of Music Education

Written by Tony Bancroft

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·Engagerepparttar imagination ·Contribute to a balanced, positive, challenging, and stimulating education ·Prepare your child for other stages of development and participation in society by fostering dedication and sensitivity ·Increase your child’s brain development, math abilities, and higher thinking skills ·Help your child develop perseverance when things are looking bleak and hopeless ·Raise your child’s awareness ·Expand your child’s knowledge ·Help your child develop mind and body coordination ·Contribute to your child’s spiritual growth ·Help your child develop teamwork skills ·Be a source of great fun!

Tony Bancroft, Music Teacher and Author of “Growing Your Musician: A Practical Guide for Band and Orchestra Parents” assists parents in developing their musical children. He is an alumni of Yale University and UCLA. He can be reached at

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