Unveiling the Science Behind Early Childhood and Music Education

Unveiling the Science Behind Early Childhood and Music Education
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A Must-Attend for Parents!

Attend this exclusive session to gain unique and valuable insights of two internationally-recognised experts on the different early childhood methodologies, the latest research into early childhood education and the effects of musical and literacy-based activities on the social, emotional, intellectual and cognitive development of young children.

Comparing the 4 Early Childhood Methodologies with
MindChamps’ Breakthrough Methodology

By Mr. Brian Caswell

Highly successful author and MindChamps’ Dean of Research and Programme Development, Brian Caswell, dissects four different approaches to early childhood education and examines if they will adequately prepare your child for the 21st Century.

Brian gives you exclusives insights into the Froebel, Montessori, Reggio Emilia and Waldorf-Steiner methods, as well as MindChamps’ very own cutting edge pedagogy.


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Speaker Profile:
Mr Brian Caswell 

Dean of Research & Programme Development
Australia
Internationally acclaimed author of more than 300 books, many of which have won literary awards
– Over 40 years of experience in public and private education
– Turned research into effective ‘real world’ strategies, integral to the development of the MindChamps 3-Mind Education Movement

 

Music Plus Music Integration – Reimagining Music Education
for the 21st Century

By Professor Larry Scripp

Imagine a world where every child receives the gift of learning deeply the universal language of music in a way that ignites the entire brain, integrates learning across diverse cognitive and social-emotional domains, draws on all cultures, and uplifts people by transcending all boundaries of human spirit.

Speaker Profile:
Professor Larry Scripp

Senior Fellow/Dean of Music in Education
U.S.A
Conductor-composer-arranger, educator, cognitive psychologist of music
– Founding Chair, Music-in-Education Department, New England Conservatory, Boston, USA
– Conducted cognitive-developmental research in music learning at Harvard University’s Project Zero
– Founded Music-in-Education National Consortium and Center for Music and the Arts in Education, USA

 

Unveiling the Science Behind Early Childhood and Music Education

Date: 24 Nov 2018 (Sat)
Time: 9.30 am – 12.30 pm
Venue: Professor Snyder Theatre, MindChamps HQ, 480 Toa Payoh Lorong 6, HDB Hub East Wing Level 17

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Event Information

Unveiling the Science Behind Early Childhood and Music Education

Start date: 24/11/18 9:30
End date: 24/11/18 12:30


READ: Colourful Huts at this Playground in the North

READ: How to Give Your Child's Learning a Boost