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Music, storytelling and dance: Getting your mojo back
PRESENTER: LOUISE DORRAT
Literacy in the early years’ context includes the creative arts such as music, movement, dance and storytelling (NQS 2018). The creative arts are a fundamental part of life and have the power to transport children to different places to become someone or something else. As educators, we need to ensure that a child’s right to creative experiences is celebrated in our educational programs – the dramatic arts through voice, poetry, stories, rhymes, chants, puppets, music and dance should be embedded in the curriculum every day. In its many representations, the Arts can be intimidating for those with no background in this topic.
Completing Music, storytelling and dance; Get your mojo back will contribute one hour of PD addressing the following Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and aligns with the NESA criteria for Elective PD.
NESA Elective PD:
- Enhanced teaching practice to effect positive change and impact on student/child learning progress and achievements
- Involved opportunities to give and receive feedback and/or undertake self-reflection and reflection on the teaching practices of others
- Research based and evidence based
Alignment with Australian Professional Standards for Teachers
APST 1: Know children and how they learn
APST 3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
APST 6: Engage in professional learning
For information regarding teacher registration and accreditation, contact the teacher registration board/institute in your state.
This webinar also aligns with:
Alignment with the Early Years Learning Framework
Early Years Learning Framework - Practices
Responsiveness to children
Planning and implementing learning through play
Cultural competence – valuing the cultural and social context of children and their families
Alignment with the National Quality Standards
QA 1: Educational program and practice
QA 2: Children’s health and safety
QA 5: Relationships with children
QA 6: Families and Communities