Rhythm and Movement for Self-Regulation (RAMSR) Workshops – 3 locations in May

with Dr Kate Williams & Sally Savage

Learn how to use rhythm and movement activities to positively support the development of self-regulation and underlying brain connections in young children.

This interactive workshop explores how children develop the ability to move rhythmically to music and external rhythms (beat synchronization), the cognitive benefits of music participation, music therapy. Participants will learn about the free and open-access early years program resource Rhythm and Movement for Self-Regulation (RAMSR). The workshop includes opportunities for hands-on practice of rhythmic games and strategies that require no prior music experience or training, and very few resources to implement with young children.

JOIN US FOR THIS FREE WORKSHOP AT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DATES & LOCATIONS

Monday 13 May
6.30pm to 8.00pm

The University of
Melbourne
Room 417, Level 4

234 Queensberry Street, Carlton
.

Register for Melbourne

 

Tuesday 14 May
6.30pm to 8.00pm

Light supper from 6pm

Federation University,
Churchill
Room 3N131_Student Lounge
(next to the cafeteria)
Building 3N

Register for Churchill

Thursday 16 May
6.00pm to 7.30pm

Light supper from 5.30pm

LaTrobe University,
Bendigo
Room 238,
Education Building
Flora Hill Campus

Register for Bendigo