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Building executive functioning through musical experiences
September 19 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Age Range applicable: Kindy & Prep
Outline: Executive functioning relies on neurological processes that support children to engage in high level thinking skills. These processes include: working memory, inhibitory control, flexible thinking. Development of these cognitive processes supports children to be motivated and engaged in learning tasks and work towards becoming self regulated learners. This workshop provides educators with a way to view musical experiences through the lens of executive functioning. Participants will experience musical activities that build working memory, self regulation and flexible thinking skills to gain confidence in supporting children’s executive functioning skills.
Teaching Standards: AITSL-1,2,3 | QSA-1
Sue Southey is Co-director at Springwood Community Kindergarten where she has worked with families and young children since 1980. She works part time teaching and uses her non teaching days to provide training, in-house support and professional development for early childhood educators throughout Australia. Sue has a Masters in Education, Bachelor of Education Studies and a Diploma of Teaching (Early Childhood). She has worked as a sessional academic at both QUT and Griffith University, at Brisbane School of Distance Education and QCAA. She has been awarded a NEiTA Inspirational Teaching Award and an Inspirational Teaching Award from the Down Syndrome Association of Queensland.
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