Monthly Archives: February 2014

Your Soundtrack for Academic Success: Join me for a Brain Shift Radio WebTeachinar

You have heard me say it many times; but on Tuesday, I will reaffirm that musical rhythm has the ability to drive the brain. It can alter consciousness and stimulate neurological activity. It can calm the mind and change behavior.

Join me at my webinar,  “A Soundtrack for Academic Success: Improving Focus and Reducing Stress”, hosted by™, a leader in virtual collaborative initiatives. This online, full HD presentation will be held Tuesday, February 25th from 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST.

In this one-hour event, I’ll be showing you how to use Brain Shift Radio to improve focus and reduce stress. There is no cost to attend the online session and participants need only a web-enabled device to join.

The event is powered and by Carleen Tillman, District Sales Manager of, will serve as moderator for the event.

I’ll cover quite a few topics, including:

  • Describing the difference between psychological and physiological calm.
  • Exploring research on musical rhythm’s ability to calm and focus the brain.
  • Identifying how auditory rhythmic stimulation reduces anxiety and improves focus.
  • Understanding the practical application of rhythm to improve focus and reduce anxiety for students’ independent study and classroom success.

By attending, you will receive a complimentary 30-day trial subscription to Brain Shift Radio and one lucky participant will win a 12-month subscription. I hope you join me.

To register, please click here.   To learn more about’s virtual classroom solutions, please click here.

As you know, Brain Shift Radio is based on nearly three decades of research conducted on Rhythmic Entrainment Intervention (REI) and its core musical elements.

The Strong Institute was founded in 1994 and is a pioneer in the field of custom auditory brain stimulation. Known primarily for our work with individuals on the autism spectrum, we also have a major impact in ADHD, Anxiety disorders and Sleep Disorders, among others. The Strong Institute’s mission is to utilize technology and data to research, develop, and deliver the best possible auditory brain stimulation programs for individuals with neurological disorders. And for those without. Brain Shift Radio is a current manifestation of this mission.

The WebTeach Live Speaker Series is part of’s ongoing initiative to provide interactive, tech-centric learning opportunities for education and professional development managers. The platform can accept up to 1,200 registrants for this special event and will be recorded.