Music in Learning | A guide to using music in the classroom and in eLearning

As participants walk noisily back to the training room, chatting among themselves and talking on their mobile phones after a break, they are greeted by an exciting music track playing in the background (listen below). The music sets the mood for mystery and adventure. The facilitator allows the music to play till participants have settled down and then fades the music out slowly to announce the next learning activity, “It’s a treasure hunt!”

Result – instant re-connection and heightened learner attention. Music has successfully brought a distracted group of participants back to the present moment.

Here is the music 

In another situation, as participants click the link to launch an eLearning program on Creativity and Innovation, they are greeted by a bright and happy audio track (listen below). The audio track instantly sets the mood for something new, fresh and exciting. It also sets the pace and the tone for the eLearning program that follows.

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