MOVEMENT, MUSIC, RHYTHM, AND LEARNING
A webinar about rhythm, music, movement and their effect on writing, learning, focus, and attention.
The research is clear.
Music activates the brain like no other modality. Rhythm can help with learning. Put movement, music, and rhythm together in a structured plan, and you have powerful strategies to impact learning, motivation, and achievement.
In this webinar, we will take a look at the research. We will investigate how children can participate in this program with the specific goals of improving their focus, learning and overall achievement. Using data collection and evaluation of skills is part of this approach so that you can determine the outcomes and benefits of various movement and music activities. You will learn about a structured, scaffolded approach to providing your child with fun and motivating activities. Practical and concrete examples will be shown as a basis, but your kids will probably come up with many other ideas. This webinar will provide the concepts. I'm so excited to see what your kids come up with to add to these initial ideas.
Kids create their own music
Super easy - every child can create their own beats and music.
Learn how you and/or your children can create music on iPad or Android tablet. This will be music with 'specific' sounds, beats, and rhythms for structured motor movements and activities. The activities will be focused on ball control (ball bouncing, throwing), and other sensory and motor control activities.
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Dates to be announced
All times are USA CDT / UTC -5 Each session is duplicated because of high demand, if the one you want is full, please choose another date.
This webinar is for adults (parents, teachers, therapists and anyone supporting kids). We may run online kid workshops after these introduction webinars depending on feedback from attendees.
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Training by Bridgette Nicholson
Assistive Technology Consultant
Bridgette Nicholson has been an occupational therapist and assistive technology consultant for over 32 years. She provides consultation services for school districts in the field of assistive technology for students with special needs, for both high and low incidence students. Services and training have included presentations on a variety of topics related to assistive technology and Universal Design for Learning for school districts, organizations, and conferences. She develops informational websites and online tools for educators and students in general and special education.