Two for the price of one… Earlier this week I found this cartoon: And yesterday I showed one of our sons the great Victor Borge also about Mozart:
H/T Jurgen Surinx
To good not to share even while taking a break!
Some of you know that I’m also a musician and music producer. Besides my own band, I produce also other artists. Last year I had a hit in Belgium with a song by Augustijn and this week a new single has been released of his upcoming second album. There is one catch… Augustijn sings in… Read More And now for something completely different (no really)…
H/T Daithi Rua
H/T Bart Buls
Another kind of post today. With my band we recorded an acoustic song a few weeks ago for The Rua Room. This song is now available for downloading and streaming and all money will go to a good cause, NE(S)T VZW, an organization that helps girls who fell victim of loverboys. If you like the… Read More Can you spare 1 dollar, 1 euro or 1 pound (or a couple of minutes) for a good cause?
This new Johns Hopkins University concludes states that incorporating the arts–rapping, dancing, drawing–into science lessons can help low-achieving students retain more knowledge and possibly help students of all ability levels be more creative in their learning. This study does tick a lot of boxes as it is a randomized controlled trial with a clever design,… Read More Does including arts make science more accessible for children who struggle?
Today Paul Kirschner, Casper Hulshof and myself have published a new book. But wait before you start looking for it, it’s only available in Dutch for now. But don’t panic, 2 weeks ago we submitted the English version to the publisher. We explored and examined over 30 new myths again using the 3 labels from… Read More What has happened today…