Music activities as a beneficial experience for learning in the classroom setting

Music and movement activities build and strengthen children’s natural musical abilities, providing inclusive, structured, multi-sensory experiences.  This presentation was offered to help learning specialists, psychologists, faculty, school counselors and staff use specific musical activities that support learning goals, while also providing practical applications of how to integrate music activities into learning.  

Discussion focused on the use of music activities to enhance students’ self-regulation, executive functioning, phonemic awareness, and stress management, while demonstrating ways of assessing how children freely integrate their learning in spirited, creative musical experiences.

  • Julia Haines, M.M., CMT

Scheduling Notes/Agenda:

Thursday, October 20, 2011 -
12:00pm to 2:30pm

12:00 P.M. “Meet and Greet,” SOS annual meeting
12:30pm - 2:30pm Program

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3850 The Oak Road
Philadelphia, PA 19129

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