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Sue Newman and Harriet Thomas on the role of music in community learning and cohesion with BoogieMites

Sue Newman and Harriet Thomas of Boogie Mites. Boogie Mites offers Early Years families, practitioners and the wider community the knowledge, resources and confidence to harness the power of active music-making each and every day.
· September 13, 2019

Sue Newman and Harriet Thomas of Boogie Mites. Boogie Mites offers Early Years families, practitioners and the wider community the knowledge, resources and confidence to harness the power of active music-making each and every day.

In this interview, we discuss how music can support children’s development, including references to the leading research in this area. We then go on to discuss how music supports community cohesion in many different ways and how Boogie Mites can be used in intergenerational music-making sessions as well as with parents.

Website: https://www.boogiemites.co.uk
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/boogiemitesmusic
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoogieMites/

Links for further information:
Link to case study of group of nurseries that have taken Boogie Mites School Ready Literacy Programme in-house
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2LBsXatCZQ

Link to video of practitioners giving their view about Boogie Mites training and programme
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aC7KZb2GBhE

Brainvolts auditory neuroscience project North Western University, Illinois
https://brainvolts.northwestern.edu/

Anita Collins website
http://www.anitacollinsmusic.com/

Anita Colllins Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/BiggerBetterBrains/

Anita Collins TED Talk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueqgenARzlE

Anita Collins interview with Boogie Mites

https://boogiemites.co.uk/blog/the-evidence/interview-anita-collins/

Link to Chichester University study – follow links to download full report or executive summary.

https://boogiemites.co.uk/about/#rbase

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