As an early childhood educator you are the single most important component of your children’s play & learning environment.
What you do – how you structure the environment, what program choices you make, what you value, how you interact with children – sets the tone for all the learning that takes place. And that is equally true for music in early childhood.
But as I said in Part One, many early childhood educators feel less than competent when it comes to music. I’m here to tell you that you ARE competent – but you may not FEEL competent.
So let’s get you feeling competent, because the research shows it’s your confidence that counts not your musical abilities.