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Rhythm of Math: Teaching Mathematics with Body Music<br>Keith Terry and Linda Akiyama
Rhythm of Math: Teaching Mathematics with Body Music
Keith Terry and Linda Akiyama
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The Rhythm of Math is a math teaching unit for grades 3-5, developed by Body Musician, Guggenheim Fellow and Crosspulse Artistic Director Keith Terry and elementary school teacher and math visionary Linda Akiyama. Using Keith Terry's Body Music Rhythm Blocks to teach math concepts and skills, The Rhythm of Math engages students in learning and applying essential mathematical concepts, while performing, studying, and composing rhythms. Rhythm Blocks are a technique that is easy to learn, even for teachers and students with little or no musical experience, and they have certain mathematical qualities that make them ideal for learning properties of natural numbers, and flexible ways of conceiving of multiplication and fractions, as well as division, ratios, proportions, and measurement.

In these lessons the enjoyment and challenge of playing and creating rhythms motivates students to learn mathematical concepts while studying the underlying structure of a wide range of musical patterns. Mathematics then becomes a creative tool that students use to compose their own rhythmic music. Using math to notate and compose rhythms provides students with concrete examples of how key mathematical concepts can be applied to real world situations, giving students an opportunity to use mathematics to solve problems in a creative context. Exploring math concepts with rhythms engages the senses of touch, hearing, and sight as well as movement, allowing students to feel and hear patterns as the number of beats are added, multiplied or divided.

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