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Orange - Fireworks in the musical brain 2018

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Transcript of Orange - Fireworks in the musical brain 2018

by Anita Collins and TED Education
Networks
(Functions)
Cognitive
Genetics and Personality
Fireworks in the
musical brain

Assistant Professor (Adjunct) University of Canberra, Australia
Associate Fellow, Music, Mind & Wellbeing, University of Melbourne

ABC1 documentary "Don't Stop the Music" Campaign Lead
Barbara Matthews Churchill Fellow
TED Ed writer and TEDx presenter
Dr Anita Collins
"How playing an instrument benefits your brain"
by Anita Collins and TED Education
Brain Fireworks
Musicians have Bigger Better Brains
Brain Bits & Music
Reward
Visual
Cortices
(Structures)
Networks
(Functions)
Auditory
Motor
Cognitive
Sensory
Emotion
Sensory
(Communication)
Perception
Cognition
Why music learning?
Small goals, often
Feel good feelings
Forced connectivity
A Discipline
Social & Engaging
Comfortable with discomfort
Language
Visual
Cortices
(Structures)
Auditory
Motor
Executive Function
Reward
Networks
(Functions)
Cognitive
Sensory
Social Skills
Emotion
Sensory
(Communication)
Perception
Cognition
See symbol
Hear brain
recording
Tell body how to move
Make/say the sound
Check brain recording
Reinforce or amend memory
Cognitive
= Logic
Sensory
= Super sense meaning
Reward
= 4 things
Non verbal communication
Empathy for others
Using research to answer real world misconceptions
Neuromusical Educator
Executive Function
Reward
Networks
(Functions)
Cognitive
Sensory
"Being a grown up" skills

Planning
Attention
Making good decisions
Understanding your emotions
Resolving conflict
Planning without thought
Enjoy exploring & learning new things
Good at long friendships and meeting new people
Educate to advocate | Update their knowledge
Valuing the process of music learning as much as the final product
Follow the research




































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Real world applications for the research
Statement 1 - "My daughter is in Year 10, she needs to stop learning music so she can focus on her studies"
Statement 2 - "My son isn't enjoying the trumpet anymore so we think we should let him give it up"
Write down three statements or questions you hear frequently and don't feel like you have a persuasive response to
Watch Anita in the
Don't Stop the Music
documentary in November 2018 on ABC1 with Guy Sebastian and James Morrison
Full transcript