Eileen Jahn, who teaches music at the St. Philip's Academy in Newark, N.J., is one of 60 music educators around the country that have begun to integrate "Wii Music" into their regular curriculum, MSNBC reports. Jahn is using the quirky music game to introduce and reinforce material, such as matching and differentiating different pitches. "[Students] are giddy with excitement when they walk into the room and see the Wii set up," Jahn says. "Their aural skills are improving with every lesson, and they have developed rhythmic and improvisational skills as well." That's music to Nintendo's ears. The powerhouse game company


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