DOES MUSIC PROMOTE STUDENTS’ CREATIVITY?

| March 7, 2019

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If we want our students to think creatively, should they listen to music? If yes, does the timing matter? music might get students’ creative juices flowing. Especially if it’s upbeat, energetic, and particularly creative in itself, music might spark parallel creativity in our students’ thought processes. You have to think of another word that – when combined with each of those words – produces a real word or phrase. They played music with English lyrics, with foreign lyrics, and with no lyrics. They played upbeat, happy music.

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