All posts by Amy Rothe

Amy Rothe is an early childhood teacher and musician. She started her career in classical music but quickly transferred to music education. She taught early childhood music for many years across the ACT and surrounding regional NSW. In 2019, she gained her graduate diploma in early childhood teaching and is now the Second-in-Command/Educational Leader at Acton Early Childhood Centre in the ACT. Amy strongly advocates for music in early childhood education.

Music in early learning

Inspired by the comments on my previous post, I wanted to write about the practical ways in which educators can facilitate teaching of music in early learning settings. There is growing evidence about the numerous benefits of teaching children music. In early learning settings, music can be used as a learning tool to facilitate growth […]

Early Childhood Music Education: Does delivery matter?

Research shows us the benefits of music for language and literacy as well as self-regulation and mental health. But does how we teach music matter?Musician and early childhood teacher, AMY ROTHE explores different methods of teaching music to young children, such as the Suzuki method, and delves into her personal teaching experiences and practice. When you […]

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