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Saturday, March 13 • 10:20am - 11:20am
Using stories in musical ways to facilitate learning outcomes in young children.

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Interactive multi-sensory or multi-modal experiences captures the essence of how most young children learn. Using music as a starting point teachers are given practical insights on how language other learning objectives can be achieved by turning stories into songs and songs into mini-stories.

Expect:

• An introduction to stories and rhymes as a musical framework for learning and social development • Introduce and share practical examples linked to learning topics (literacy, mathematics, physical, understanding the world) • Use music and wordplay to engage in and create learning outcomes • Access to teaching resources, downloads, recordings and links to further reading.

Speakers
avatar for Emma Hutchinson 

Emma Hutchinson 

Founder and Managing Director, Music House for Children
I studied music, theatre and dance, performing and teaching in all areas. An MA in early childhood music laid the foundations for my  commitment to research, study, training and teaching to share the positive impact that music has on early development and children's lives.Music was... Read More →



Saturday March 13, 2021 10:20am - 11:20am CET
Zoom 5