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  • 1. Researchers find music is a superior way to teach elementary students the concept of fractions. econd-grade and third-grade students were taught One of the researchers, Dr. Frances Rauscher, said, “ItS fractions in an untraditional manner — by teaching them basic music rhythm notation. The group wastaught about the relationships between eighth, quarter, has been clearly documented that young students have difficulty understanding the concepts of proportion (heavily based in math and science) and that no successfulhalf and whole notes. Their peers received traditional program has been developed to teach these concepts in thefraction instruction. school system.” When tested, the students who were exposed to the Reference: Neurological Research, March 15, 1999music-based lessons scored a full 100% higher on fractionstests than those who learned in the conventional manner. Join AMC at: www.amc-music.org