Neuro-musical Evidence – supporting school readiness though music

Neuro-musical Evidence - supporting school readiness through music

A group of infants sitting on the floor with two teachers as they take part in an early years music making workshop, each playing a musical drumBoogie Mites are offering access for one week to the recording of a presentation by Dr Anita Collins who is based in Australia having travelled the world visiting neuroscience laboratories that study the ‘Musicians Advantage’. She speaks for 40 minutes giving an overview focusing on the power of active music making for developing cognitive school ready skills. The live webinar was attended by more than 300 early years professional from around the world. Prepare to be amazed!

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