The Attitude towards School of the Children who Study a Musical Instrument, Compared to the Attitude of the Children who Do not
Keywords:musical instrument, attitude towards school, playing an instrument
AbstractMusic has positive effects on the physical, emotional and cognitive development of children. Playing a musical instrument activates multiple areas and networks of the brain, facilitating super memory. Music is visibly effective in the therapy of the children with special educational needs. Studying music requires ambition, discipline, dedication, focusing, coordination, time, a lot of practice, competitiveness, communication abilities, conscientiousness, and perseverance. It also leads to increased self-esteem, self-control, self-discipline, inner harmony and creativity. This paper aims to observe the impact of music on children and whether there is a significant relationship between playing a musical instrument and the general attitude of the students towards school. We will argue that playing an instrument significantly enhances the attitude of the students towards school.
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