MA Special Education
Interdisciplinary and Inclusive Education
College of Education
Kuder, S. Jay
Mathematics--Study and teaching; Learning disabled children--Behavior modification
Special Education and Teaching
The purposes of this exploratory investigation were to (a) determine if sixth grade students would improve their math performance (in areas of staying on task, focusing, and completing work) while classical music was being played, (b) determine if students will report they feel differently and more successful in the mathematics classroom while classical music was being played, and (c) determine if students with learning disabilities will improve their mathematical performance (in areas of staying on task, focusing, and completing work) while classical music is being played. In this study, there were 19 students. The results show that classical music had an overall positive effect on the students in the classroom.
McKeever, Amy C., "The effects of classical music on children with learning disabilities in a sixth grade mathematics classroom" (2017). Theses and Dissertations. 2450.