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Article about Good Vibrations in Music Education Research

There’s an article about Good Vibrations in the latest edition of Music Education Research.  It pulls together findings from longitudinal studies of Good Vibrations participants over the last few years, showing that participating in Good Vibrations inspires positive change in individuals.  Using an “Activity Theory” model, the article also looks at why Good Vibrations inspires this positive change.  Activity Theory is a framework for looking at personal learning and development in a social environment.   Click here to access the article.

 
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