Listening to music can have positive effects on people's behaviour and can help the concentrate more.

Integrating music in the classroom can greatly affect the students’ productivity.
The increase of their productivity could result in many beneficial aspects, such as staying
on task, increasing retention of material, improving grades/performance, increasing
concentration levels, and accelerating learning. In recent years many studies have been
conducted on the effects of music on learning. The results of these studies are
interesting and varied: increased I. Q., accelerated learning, greater retention of material
learned, high test scores, and reduced stress and tension...

The pictures show how listening to music inspired students to produce pieces of art following a relaxation time.

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