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Music in the Classroom

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Jena Simms | Wichita Collegiate | Wichita, Kansas

Play music in the classroom that is calming to help students focus or upbeat music to help students know that it is time to pick up or transition to something new.

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In my classroom music is a big deal. So when we’re taking a test, we might play music that’s quiet like this so hopefully the kids can quiet down; they can center themselves and they can get started focusing on their work. If you want them to kind of pick it up, they might want to play some music like this that really gets them going. So in my classroom I play music like this when we need to pick up or transition to something new. It always gets the heartbeats going. Sometimes we do a little dance with it. Then other times, we need to play quieter music.

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