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Use of songs in the classroom as an adjunct to your existing language program

“Music imprints itself in the brain deeper than any other human experience.”

Dr Oliver Sachs

The use of music in the classroom is consistent with theories of multisensory learning. Cognitive psychologists have confirmed what educators have long known - that we have a variety of different, but mutually enhancing, avenues to learning. Music is one such avenue. Helen Tombolato will identify, demonstrate and share the use of songs in the classroom as an adjunct to your existing language program.  Build your confidence using music to create a joyful, engaging and productive language learning experience.

Cost: nil.

Presenter: Helen Tombolato

A secondary-trained and now primary-focussed music and language educator, pianist, chorister and life-long lover of language, Helen has been teaching in Foundation to Year 6 for fourteen years. She is focussed on enrichment of the student experience of language learning, with arts-driven strategies to support engagement and retention through the education journey.

 

This event is supported by the Victorian Government.

Event Information

Event Date 04/08/2022 5:00 pm
Event End Date 04/08/2022 6:30 pm
Available Places 60
Cut off date 29/07/2022 5:00 pm
Individual Price Free
Location Zoom session

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