It’s not a one-size-fits-all solution to education, and it’s particularly ill suited for high-school kids.
In early June 2019, PricewaterhouseCoopers reportedly sent unsolicited emails to Ontario guidance counsellors offering gift cards in exchange for information on student behaviour, ostensibly conducting market research into the “online education market in Ontario.”
Read more at: https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/ontario-online-learning-problems_ca_5d1ce62be4b04c48140df8c0
Did you know that classical music is the fourth most popular genre among music consumers? Or that it numbers more fans worldwide than R&B or hip hop?
Despite the gloomy predictions of classical music’s death that have become ubiquitous over the last few years, a recent study commissioned by Idagio, the classical music streaming service based in Berlin, has found the future to be far from dreary for the beloved genre.
Read more at: https://www.ludwig-van.com/toronto/2019/06/24/report-new-research-shows-classical-music-streaming-soaring-in-popularity/
Blending composition and free improvisation on their eponymous release, Triio—a sextet led by Toronto-based double bassist/composer Alex Fournier—offer a distinctive sound, whimsical track titles, and a surprise around every corner.
Read more at: https://www.allaboutjazz.com/triio-alex-fournier-furniture-music-records-review-by-anya-wassenberg.php
Most classical music lovers can rattle off at least a few different reasons why they love the genre that spans many centuries of Western music. They might list objective reasons like its musical sophistication as compared with the usual pop radio fare, or the studies that talk about relaxation and/or mental stimulation associated with listening to classical music. They may talk more subjectively about the emotions it evokes.
Read more at: https://www.ludwig-van.com/toronto/2019/05/31/report-why-we-like-certain-music-the-brain-and-musical-preference/