Arts-Based Learning

Sound Learning

Research shows that auditory processing connects strongly with children’s capacity for learning. Dr Anita Collins explains what exactly this means and how to adapt the sound environment in the classroom to support students’ development.

When you walk into a school for the very first time, what strikes you first? Is it how the entrance looks, the temperament of the administration staff that greet you or even how the reception room smells? For me it is how the school sounds. 

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