Rhythm and movement can help young children manage self-regulation of their emotions, attention and behaviour. Approximately 30% of young children have problems with self-regulation, which can effect learning and their transition to school. Educators and teachers of young children can learn how to use rhythm and movement activities to positively support the development of self-regulation and address underlying brain connections in young children.
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QUTeX is a one-stop-shop for all your professional learning needs. QUTeX works with faculties to ensure you receive the very best advice, support and expertise. Our Faculty of Education, which delivers this course, develops the practical skills of educational professionals wanting to improve their practice and be equipped with real-world capabilities.
By the end of this self-paced online course, you will be able to lead some simple, low-resource, rhythmic movement activities designed to enhance self-regulation skills in young children if used regularly.
You will also be able to download a certificate of attainment for 1.5 hours of CPD.
If you enjoy this course you may choose from our vast range of expertise to take you where you need to go next in your professional learning.
Who should participate?
This online course is suitable for any educator or practitioner working with children aged 3 to 6 years in any group setting.