Music and Movement in Early Childhood Education

EDUC X 321.44

This online course covers how to plan and lead developmentally appropriate music activities for young children and how to incorporate music in your curriculum.

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Spring
Summer

What you can learn.

  • Incorporate music and music activities for young children in your curriculum
  • Learn how to plan and lead developmentally appropriate music activities for young children
  • Design and implement classical, jazz, and multicultural music in the curriculum

About this course:

Instruction covers how to plan and lead developmentally appropriate music activities for young children. Students participate in rhythm, song, instrument, and movement activities that enhance children's participation in group "circle time" and independent music play experiences. Teaching strategies, environments, and material sources are explored through discussion and demonstration. Students may be required to observe young children. Applies toward Title 22 Regulations and Title 5 Child Development Permits; elective course for both Basic and/or Advanced Core Certificates. Letter grade of C or better required for California ECE Permits.

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