Music can be an enjoyable, cognitively stimulating, and literacy-rich activity for children and parents to engage in together. This edWebinar will provide ideas for involving parents in their child’s music learning and music making at home.
Join this edWebinar as we discuss the many ways in which music participation in early childhood naturally supports the brain development of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
In this edWebinar, Carol Ann Blank, Ph.D., helps educators find ways to create access points into learning through the inclusion of songs and chants.
In this edWebinar, Ellen Acuna explores the National Science Teachers Association’s key principles to guide science learning.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Lili M. Levinowitz discusses NAEYC’s definition of Developmentally Appropriate Practice and the 3 Core Considerations.
In this edWebinar, Carol Ann Blank, Ph.D., LCAT, LPC, MT-BC, and Manager of Research and Special Needs Services for Music Together Worldwide, introduces participants to songs and rhythmic chants that support these necessary social skills in developmentally appropriate and enjoyable ways.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Lili M. Levinowitz, Director of Research at Music Together Worldwide, explores the ways in which participatory and enjoyable adult-child music activities can engage parents and caregivers in their child’s learning.
In this edWebinar, Michelle Jamail explores the many ways music making very naturally and deeply supports a child’s positive approach toward learning.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Lili M. Levinowitz, Director of Research at Music Together Worldwide and Professor Emeritus at Rowan University, explores the many ways in which developmentally appropriate, participatory, and enjoyable music and movement activities can naturally support young children’s development of important executive function skills, including attention control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, and inhibitory control.
In this edWebinar, Sarah Orfe explores how and why the content and process of developmentally appropriate music activities can support young children’s language and literacy skill development.