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Kelas Decoupage December 2013

BungaTelur.com akan mengadakan kelas untuk mempelajari teknik decoupage di atas pinggan seramik/cermin kayu. Semua bahan akan disediakan. Hasil kerja boleh dibawa balik.

Jadual kelas adalah seperti berikut:

Tarikh: 22 December 2013, Ahad

Masa: 2:00 - 4:30 petang

Yuran: RM60

Tempat: Puchong (lokasi akan diberitahu kepada peserta yg serius)

Terhad kepada 6 peserta

Sesiapa yang berminat, sila email ke [email protected], atau sms/telefon ke nombor 012 6482121 (selepas pukul 3pm) untuk maklumat lanjut. Peserta digalakkan membuat tempahan awal kerana tempat adalah terhad. Peta akan diberikan kepada peserta yang memerlukan.

Deposit 50% diperlukan untuk pengesahan tempat. Deposit tidak akan dipulangkan jika gagal menghadiri kelas. Sila hubungi untuk mendapatkan nombor akaun Maybank untuk membuat pembayaran deposit.

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The Mozart Effect

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Have you ever heard about the Mozart Effect? I have, even before I was pregnant but never bother to check out the details about it. A few years ago, after taking part in a survey by Reader Digest, I was sent a CD with Mozart music. I kept the CD in store after listening to it a few times. But now with a son who sleep almost all day long, I decided to play the CD to accompany him in the room.

There is even a book called The Mozart Effect, written by Don Campbell, who has condensed the world’s research on all the beneficial effects of certain types of music. Although there are many critics about the accuracy of Mozart effect, personally I think there’s no harm in trying. After all the classical music is soothing to the ear and mind..heh!

I found a website that writes about Mozart effect in layman terms here : How Music Makes You Smart. In general, what Mozart effect claimed to be is an increase in spatial-temporal intelligence (the ability to mentally manipulate objects in three-dimensional space) after listening to 10 minutes of a Mozart sonata.

For those who wonder what is spatial-temporal reasoning, it is the ability to visualize spatial patterns and mentally manipulate them over a time-ordered sequence of spatial transformations. This ability is important for generating and conceptualizing solutions to multi-step problems that arise in areas such as architecture, engineering, science, mathematics, art, games, and everyday life.

Well, whether the sonic composition of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart could genuinely increase my son’s spatial-temporal intelligence, we have to wait and see the result in another 5-10 years..heh!

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