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A science songs dissertation!

Donna Governor, a middle school science teacher with a background in early childhood education, has just completed a Ph.D. dissertation titled, “Teaching and learning science through song: exploring the experiences of students and teachers.” Its abstract is as follows. This … Continue reading

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From the literature #1: “Why are rhymes easy to learn?” by Bower & Bolton

With this post we begin another series on this blog: “From the literature.” It will discuss journal articles with special relevance to science songs. I’ll kick things off with the classic paper “Why are rhymes easy to learn?” (Gordon H. … Continue reading

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