Join this interactive webinar to learn about the connection between social-emotional development and music for joyful classroom experiences. Early childhood music expert, Pam Gittleman, will share examples that illustrate how both lyrics and melody impact social-emotional learning, literacy skills, and the role of songs in building those skills.
Participants will learn how to use music and stories to support skills, engage students in early childhood settings throughout their daily routines, and help families extend the experience at home.
At the end of the webinar, participants will…
understand the role and power of music/songs to support SEL and language skills in early childhood development.
be able to implement techniques for using music/songs as vehicles for developing and practicing those skills.
feel confident that if you understand the basics of SEL (using CASEL and RULER frameworks as your guide) you can scaffold and routinely integrate those skill supports throughout the day in your classrooms and centers.
discover how sharing music/stories with families can help reinforce skill development at home and increase family engagement in your program.
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