Course Syllabus

Music and Movement: Multicultural and Developmental Approaches in Diverse and Inclusive Classes Syllabus

EDUC 591

Roberta Altman
July 2015 | Bank Street Graduate School of Education

This syllabus for Bank Street Graduate School of Education's Music and Movement: Multicultural and Development Approaches in Diverse and Inclusive Classes course outlines readings, assignments, and a topic schedule. The syllabus also includes templates for all of the course assignments. The course aims to teach candidates how to integrate movement and music into their own settings. This course emphasizes that dance and movement can be used to help children explore their own cultures and the cultures of others. In the course, candidates will learn that music plays a pivotal role in child development, as repetition through song has a powerful impact on the child’s mind, creating a gateway for children to understand the mind-body connection.

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