What is BioMusic Science & Imagination Works?
BSIW media is designed to electrify the untapped brain/body potential of youth—something typically overlooked by other learning approaches. In essence, we are providing rocket fuel for young brains!
- We develop animated programming, games, and digital learning tools—all designed to fascinate learners as they explore the science of sound and music-making.
- We propel youth to discover nature’s communication systems—embedded in us and other species.
- We encourage youth to leverage their natural abilities to communicate and their innate musicality to connect AND communicate with the wild.
- We carry youth through the wondrous world of BioMusic with animated and live videos, interactive tools and games, and pit-stops along the way for real-life interactions with the natural world.
- We reprogram how children connect and communicate with the world, so we can equip them with new ways to meaningfully communicate with each other and with other species.
- We empower parents and educational providers who seek to remain on the cutting edge of learning with the tools to transform the youth they support.
- Our tools support building scientific knowledge, strengthening critical thinking skills, building empathy … AND having a great time!
Why Did We Create BioMusic Science & Imagination Works?
Our mission is to develop engaging, cutting-edge youth media capable of broadening and strengthening children’s capacities to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We are motivated by the developmental importance of building a general intelligence that makes new, creative connections between multiple disciplines. That kind of enhanced inventory of brain power is the future of work.
How We Are Making a Difference
Our programs build on both long-recognized and emerging human and animal communication and BioMusic sciences. We are acknowledged leaders in converting this breadth of research into effective, simple media and learning tools that builds the perfect balance between brain food and fun! Here’s a glimpse at the science:
Musical communication systems are biology and are intimately connected to STEM.
The brain is in a state of flux during childhood. We call this neural plasticity, which allows young people the capacity to learn information extremely fast and retain that information for long periods of time.
Non-verbal Communication is the key to bridging connections between humans, animals, and the environment.
Intelligence is flexible! Stimulating creative learning builds young brains faster and unfolds pathways toward expanded intelligence.
Emotional intelligence is different from general intelligence and one of the most sought after skills for the future.