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Singing in Science? How Music Can Help Students Retain Key Concepts (Video)

In Meg Richard's middle school classroom, students learn science through music. She explains how repeating key vocabulary in song with accompanying dance moves helps students learn complex scientific processes. Watch as her 7th graders sing about the stages of cell mitosis to the tune of the "Green Acres" television theme song.


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