Anyone Can Doo Dah Professional Development 

All The Doo Dah Day delivers highly interactive and practical professional development sessions for educators on the power of music and movement as a learning tool in early childhood. Parents can also learn the doo dah day way and understand how their children learn through music in our specially developed parent workshops.

 

Lynda is a Masters Qualified Early Childhood Teacher with a passion for sharing knowledge. She is an entertaining presenter and has presented to enthralled audiences of educators at the Geelong Early Years Conference, Bestchance Cluster Management and City of Glen Eira, to name a few. Lynda's ability to make high level educational theory accessible to all and to remove the barriers to operationalising that theory with her trademark humour and sparkle, sets her apart from your usual academic speakers. 

 

Book Lynda to deliver small group PD for staff at your service, at your next board meeting, event or conference. We have a range of topics such as: Embedding Music and Movement in Early Childhood Programs; Music and the Brain; Music for Inclusion; The Power of Free Dance (Educators as Co-choreographers Not All Knowing Experts) or we can tailor any PD to your needs. 

Or what about an Online PD at a time that suits you?!

 

Try our Anyone Can Doo Dah Online Program!

 

Learn the Doo Dah way with our fully interactive 2 hour Online PD on the Whys and Hows of Embedding Music into your daily programs even if you think you can't sing or dance! . Perfect for educators looking for a toolkit of ideas and wanting to learn about how theory and practice work together in music and movement in early childhood. Earn 2 CPD points for your VIT registration in your pyjamas and ugg boots at home without having to stay back until 9:30pm after a long day at work. You can watch in chapters and there are even critical reflection activities. 

Feedback from educators attending our previous workshops...

 

“I loved Lynda’s spirit.  She was so happy to be conducting the workshop and engaged everyone”

 

“Great enthusiasm and energy.  Excellent points about music’s role in learning”

 

“Practical.  Great ideas to use at kinder”

 

“I loved learning new songs, dancing, keeping it simple, fun, freedom”

We are the music makers, we are  the dreamers of dreams...
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