The Power of Music and Relationships: Supporting Young Learners - 31332
It is no secret that children love engaging with music and movement in early childhood education. Research shows that music helps develop skills such as cognitive growth, problem-solving, and self-regulation. In this interactive virtual session, participants will discuss best practices in early childhood and learn the key components of implementing music in the early childhood classroom. Come prepared to sing, share, and shine as we discover how to harness the power of music to form strong bonds and set the stage for learning.
Schedule & Location
Charter School Personnel, Teacher - Early Childhood/PreK/Kindergarten, Teacher - Special Education, Child Care Providers, Paraprofessionals
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