Rhythm and Movement for Self-Regulation: An Introduction

Learn how to use simple rhythm and movement activities to support positive behaviour for children aged 2-8 years.
QUT EX course facilitator

Your expert facilitators Associate Professor Kate Williams & Rebecca Eager

Associate Professor Kate Williams is a Principal Research Fellow [ARC DECRA funded] and Associate Professor in the School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), and leader of the QUT Centre for Child & Family Studies.

Rebecca Eager is a Neurologic Music Therapist who assisted in the design and implementation of the RAMSR program.

You can read more about Kate, Rebecca and the rest of the RAMSR team here.

View Kate’s publications here
QUT EX course testimonial

The best professional development I have done in 30 years...

Kate, thank you for such a fantastic resource! So much thought has gone into creating this confidence-building and education enhancing resource. You have beautifully captured so much. The videos, the text, the activity summaries and printable resources with stream-able tracks - love it! I LOVE the activity summary - love the visual and verbal cues you've included. Thank you!