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Interactive Metronome

– The Interactive Metronome is a computerized timing device. – The student wears a hand sensor and a foot sensor is on the floor. While wearing headphones the student will hear a bell beating at 54 beats per minute. – Depending on the exercise, there are thirteen, the student will either clap, tap or beat their hand(s) and/or feet with the rhythm. – The computer helps to guide them by presenting a different tone to the left ear if they are early and to the right ear if they are late. – We have seen many children and adults improve from initial scores in the 200 millisecond range to ending scores in the 20 millisecond range. – As timing improves, the student’s attention, concentration, sequencing and motor planning a ll get better.