Columbia University Interview with Muzology's Founder Dr. Lana Israel

She wrote her first book at 13 -- and hasn't slowed down since!

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Dr. Lana Israel is the founder of Muzology, a platform that uses the power of music and videos to make math fun and accessible, while challenging students to learn and retain the math concepts critical to their progress. She is a globally recognized learning expert who began researching memory, and published her first book on the topic at age thirteen. She is an international speaker on memory, learning, and creativity. Dr. Israel is a Harvard- and Oxford-educated Rhodes Scholar whose scientific research on memory has been cited over 800 times. She also has over fifteen years’ experience in the music industry, where she worked with global superstars, pioneered data analytics strategies, and gained extensive production and management experience. Check out Columbia University's full interview with Dr. Lana Israel

Tennessee schools use Muzology for Summer Program

Great Schools Partnership - Amazing Results with Muzology

Muzology in Action

For 4 weeks during Summer Bridge, 213 students used Muzology to watch math music videos and take associated “Challenges” (quizzes). 99% of students showed improvement on a Challenge, with 87% improving a Challenge score by 50% or more. Click here to see all of the amazing results!

Muzology: Where popular songs and improved test scores meet (with the help of Music Row!)

From The Tennessean

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Muzology’s Music Videos help boost test scores. A sixth grade math teacher at Whittle Springs Middle School, a Title I low-income school in Knoxville, says her students are often the ones who don’t do their homework. But thanks to Muzology, a new program that sets math principles to popular music, these students are excited about pre-algebra, walking through the halls singing a song about decimals. Read the full article from The Tennessean

Muzology Artists Perform Live for Tennessee Middle School

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What if your first rock concert was about math? The songwriters and performers behind some of Muzology’s algebra-readiness songs performed for a packed house of students at Chilhowee Intermediate School in Knoxville, TN. The performers, known collectively as “The Muzologists,” played several songs from the Muzology catalogue and spent time meeting the students and signing autographs. In addition to the performance, Muzology Founder/CEO, Dr. Lana Israel, answered questions from the crowd and premiered a behind the scenes video of how a Muzology song is created. See concert highlights

Muzology produces a musical PSA on the Corona Virus

PLSN - Muzology partners with entertainment industry to raise awareness through music

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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Muzology, a music-based learning platform, recently released “All Over The Map (The Coronavirus Song),” a music video to both entertain and educate the masses on Coronavirus safety. Founder Dr. Lana Israel worked tirelessly with her team including Andy Zula, Juno (Ashlee Gilot), Maria Christensen, Brandon Matias, Jakob Vanyo for the last month. Bandit Lites (Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood) is a long-time champion of Muzology and was thrilled to collaborate on this project, says Bandit Lites owner, Michael Strickland. See the full article here

How Muzology is Helping Seventh Graders Learn Algebra

As seen in The Covington Leader

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In just one month, a West Tennessee middle school experienced significant academic improvement by using Muzology. “I look at it like a modern-day School House Rock,” said seventh grade math teacher, Alan Willey. Mr. Willey said he knew Muzology was working when parents commented that kids were singing math songs at home. Students are so engaged they’re even using Muzology on the weekend! READ FULL STORY

Issues in Education - Dr. Lana Israel: Thought Leader

As seen in Issues in Education

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Since 1989, Dr. Lana Israel has been following a calling — empowering people to actualize their full potential in educational, creative, and corporate contexts. ​ Dr. Israel founded Brain Power for Kids, Inc. while in junior high and for the next decade wrote and produced award-winning educational content on learning and memory, lectured and consulted globally, and made numerous international media appearances. Fueling this was her five-year study on Mind Mapping (a visuo-spatial method of organizing information) and related memory techniques, which garnered the Grand Award at the International Science and Engineering Fair and resulted in an invitation to the Nobel Prizes. For Dr. Israel's contributions to global education, including pioneering the educational applications of Mind Mapping, she was named The British Brain Trust’s “Brain of the Year” in 1993. Read more about Dr. Lana Israel in Issues In Education

Muzology selected as top Innovator by SIIA

Innovation 2.0 Showcase Finalists announced

SIIA Finalist

WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 6, 2020) – Since 2006, the Education Division (ETIN) of SIIA has offered a platform for dozens of successful products and companies to present their efforts to improve education through the use of software, digital content, and related technologies. Given our 14 year history in providing opportunities for innovators, we are pleased to announce this year’s recipients. Innovation Showcase 2.0 identifies and supports entrepreneurs in their efforts to bring innovative learning technologies to the education market. ETIN looks at the Innovation Showcase 2.0 as our chance to give back to both the industry and the participants, who are aspiring EdTech entrepreneurs. “For the past 14 years, ETIN has recognized the value of championing startups, helping these companies learn the EdTech industry, and connecting them with leaders,” explains Jill Abbott, Sr. Vice President and Managing Director. “Given the current circumstances, it is even more crucial to support innovation and future leaders in EdTech.” SIIA is pleased to announce Muzology as a 2020 Innovation Showcase 2.0 Finalist. SIIA congratulates Muzology

Columbia University Interview with Muzology's Founder Dr. Lana Israel

Dr. Lana Israel is the founder of Muzology, a platform that uses the power of music and videos to make math fun and accessible, while challenging students to learn and retain the math concepts critical to their progress. She is a globally recognized learning expert who began researching memory, and published her first book on the topic at age thirteen. She is an international speaker on memory, learning, and creativity. Dr. Israel is a Harvard- and Oxford-educated Rhodes Scholar whose scientific research on memory has been cited over 800 times. She also has over fifteen years’ experience in the music industry, where she worked with global superstars, pioneered data analytics strategies, and gained extensive production and management experience.

Tennessee schools use Muzology for Summer Program

For 4 weeks during Summer Bridge, 213 students used Muzology to watch math music videos and take associated “Challenges” (quizzes). 99% of students showed improvement on a Challenge, with 87% improving a Challenge score by 50% or more.

Muzology: Where popular songs and improved test scores meet (with the help of Music Row!)

Muzology’s Music Videos help boost test scores. A sixth grade math teacher at Whittle Springs Middle School, a Title I low-income school in Knoxville, says her students are often the ones who don’t do their homework. But thanks to Muzology, a new program that sets math principles to popular music, these students are excited about pre-algebra, walking through the halls singing a song about decimals.

Muzology Artists Perform Live for Tennessee Middle School

What if your first rock concert was about math? The songwriters and performers behind some of Muzology’s algebra-readiness songs performed for a packed house of students at Chilhowee Intermediate School in Knoxville, TN. The performers, known collectively as “The Muzologists,” played several songs from the Muzology catalogue and spent time meeting the students and signing autographs. In addition to the performance, Muzology Founder/CEO, Dr. Lana Israel, answered questions from the crowd and premiered a behind the scenes video of how a Muzology song is created.

Muzology produces a musical PSA on the Corona Virus

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Muzology, a music-based learning platform, recently released “All Over The Map (The Coronavirus Song),” a music video to both entertain and educate the masses on Coronavirus safety. Founder Dr. Lana Israel worked tirelessly with her team including Andy Zula, Juno (Ashlee Gilot), Maria Christensen, Brandon Matias, Jakob Vanyo for the last month. Bandit Lites (Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood) is a long-time champion of Muzology and was thrilled to collaborate on this project, says Bandit Lites owner, Michael Strickland.

How Muzology is Helping Seventh Graders Learn Algebra

In just one month, a West Tennessee middle school experienced significant academic improvement by using Muzology. “I look at it like a modern-day School House Rock,” said seventh grade math teacher, Alan Willey. Mr. Willey said he knew Muzology was working when parents commented that kids were singing math songs at home. Students are so engaged they’re even using Muzology on the weekend!

Issues in Education - Dr. Lana Israel: Thought Leader

Since 1989, Dr. Lana Israel has been following a calling — empowering people to actualize their full potential in educational, creative, and corporate contexts. ​ Dr. Israel founded Brain Power for Kids, Inc. while in junior high and for the next decade wrote and produced award-winning educational content on learning and memory, lectured and consulted globally, and made numerous international media appearances. Fueling this was her five-year study on Mind Mapping (a visuo-spatial method of organizing information) and related memory techniques, which garnered the Grand Award at the International Science and Engineering Fair and resulted in an invitation to the Nobel Prizes. For Dr. Israel's contributions to global education, including pioneering the educational applications of Mind Mapping, she was named The British Brain Trust’s “Brain of the Year” in 1993.

Muzology selected as top Innovator by SIIA

WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 6, 2020) – Since 2006, the Education Division (ETIN) of SIIA has offered a platform for dozens of successful products and companies to present their efforts to improve education through the use of software, digital content, and related technologies. Given our 14 year history in providing opportunities for innovators, we are pleased to announce this year’s recipients. Innovation Showcase 2.0 identifies and supports entrepreneurs in their efforts to bring innovative learning technologies to the education market. ETIN looks at the Innovation Showcase 2.0 as our chance to give back to both the industry and the participants, who are aspiring EdTech entrepreneurs. “For the past 14 years, ETIN has recognized the value of championing startups, helping these companies learn the EdTech industry, and connecting them with leaders,” explains Jill Abbott, Sr. Vice President and Managing Director. “Given the current circumstances, it is even more crucial to support innovation and future leaders in EdTech.” SIIA is pleased to announce Muzology as a 2020 Innovation Showcase 2.0 Finalist.

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