M.I.N.D. Institute/University of California, Irvine, U.S.A.
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"Gordon Shaw and the M. I. N. D. Institute has made such great progress, spreading a wider net to help our students: from his initial Mozart "effect" (with no instruction) to the research involving curriculum and instruction in pre-school to the primary grades. What makes his programs so unique is that the learning involves joy. As we watch the students in these classes, their faces reflect pleasure and delight, eagerness and immense enthusiasm! When positive emotions such as joy and passion intersect with a discipline, learning soars to heights greater than can be imagined!"
— Drs. Diane Watanabe and Richard Sjolseth, consultants at the Institute of Learning, Teaching and the Human Brain in the Division of Curriculum and Instruction at the Los Angeles County Office of Education
"The second edition of Prof. Gordon Shaw's pioneering book Keeping Mozart in Mind contains a wealth of new research results on improving spatial-temporal reasoning using specific and innovative combinations of music and mathematics training. For example, Prof. Shaw and his colleagues at the M.I.N.D. Institute have worked with more than 1000 second to fourth grade students in classrooms in the Los Angeles area, most of the students coming from socio-economic groups where poor language skills and math illiteracy are prevalent. They used a special set of their mathematical video games to dev