Use of Music in Learning: Introduction to the Questionnaire

Justin Standfield of Incendo Development Ltd is preparing a research paper on the use of music in learning.  This questionnaire aims to explore the various ways that learning professionals use music within their training programmes, workshops and other interventions.

Your participation in this research is voluntary and the questionnaire will take approximately five minutes to complete.  You have the option to receive a copy of the research findings by entering an email address at the end of the questionnaire (this is optional).
Begin Questionnaire
 
Do you work... *


 
Which one of these options best describes your current role? *


 
For what purpose(s) have you used music within your learning and development interventions? *


 
That's interesting. What stops you using music during your learning interventions? *

 
What style(s) of music do you use? *


 
That's interesting. Please describe what makes you choose {{answer_58865500}}? *

 
Which style(s) of music would you NEVER consider using? *


 
Fair enough! Why wouldn't you consider using {{answer_58865502}}? *

 
Have you evaluated the results of using music in any way? *

     
 
That's great - how did you evaluate it? *

 
In general, what positive effects do you believe using music has had during your learning and development interventions? *

 
Thanks. How do you know this? *

 
In general, what negative effects have you ever noticed from using music during your learning and development interventions? *

 
Thanks. How do you know this? *

 
Are you familiar with the 'Mozart Effect'? *

     
 
Briefly, in your own words, what do you understand about the Mozart Effect? *

 
Would you like to receive a copy of our full research report and recommendations on the use of music in learning when it's complete? *

     
Thank you for taking part in this research.

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