Check out these two new research studies!

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Check out these two new research studies!


ArtsEdSearch is the largest collection of arts education research in the United States, and probably in the world. It is organized to help you be particularly efficient at finding research that directly addresses your topics of focus. Two new studies have just been added, and they give a hint of the breadth of research you will find at ArtsEdSearch, a project of the Arts Education Partnership:

The first study is about the introduction of a school orchestra model in Korea and the students’ perceptions of the program.  You can read about this study here.

Another study’s title suggests its focus: “The Relationship of Pitch Sight-Singing Skills With Tonal Discrimination, Language Reading Skills, and Academic Ability in Children.” The researchers found that three factors associated with academic skill were significant in explaining the variance in students’ sight-singing achievements.

Date: 14 April 2019