Event Title

The Relationship Between The Rhythmic Movement Class And The Social Emotional Growth On Children

Location

Lobby in front of Auditorium

Start Date

19-4-2019 11:00 AM

Department

Social Work

Description

In an ideal world, all children and youth would have access to affordable performing arts classes. These classes will help them build different skills such as dance, character, and self-esteem. They will learn skills such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making through social-emotional learning. These classes focus on health, environmental and cultural awareness of the participant. However, this organization needs to learn through research to see if their new social-emotional component is beneficial to the participants, family, and community. Since it is a private organization, the majority of their funding comes from fundraisers, parents and community involvement. If this type of research is not done the agency may not have evidence to apply for grants, which they help provide services at a low cost to the participants. If the organization were to close it is more likely for these participants not to acquire early learning before attending an educational institution. Social- emotional learning skills help children develop skills such as getting along, attention focus, following directions, and managing emotions. All of those skills help the participant have a higher likelihood to succeed academically and in life. The purpose of this study is to find out the influence of the rhythmic movement class on social-emotional growth on children in the Hermosa Community, in order to use the results to provide in-depth information to the parents on the social-emotional development on their child. The results will also help the organization improve their program for future incoming participants and it will also help the organization keep their doors open to the community. In this proposed study a quantitative research method will be used. The researcher is conducting this study to evaluate the influence of the rhythmic movement class on social-emotional growth on children in the Hermosa Community. The purpose of this study is to help the organization evaluate the importance of their performance in young children. The study will help analyze if the social-emotional component flourishes during the Rhythmic movement class that is provided to children ages two and a half to three-year-old. It will benefit the student and the organization. The student will be able to attend pre-school with applied skills and social-emotional learning set in place. The organization will benefit as it will be able to show proof about the research that was conducted for that specific class for grants and community projects. The results will be a guide towards more improvement for the Rhythmic movement class.

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Apr 19th, 11:00 AM

The Relationship Between The Rhythmic Movement Class And The Social Emotional Growth On Children

Lobby in front of Auditorium

In an ideal world, all children and youth would have access to affordable performing arts classes. These classes will help them build different skills such as dance, character, and self-esteem. They will learn skills such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making through social-emotional learning. These classes focus on health, environmental and cultural awareness of the participant. However, this organization needs to learn through research to see if their new social-emotional component is beneficial to the participants, family, and community. Since it is a private organization, the majority of their funding comes from fundraisers, parents and community involvement. If this type of research is not done the agency may not have evidence to apply for grants, which they help provide services at a low cost to the participants. If the organization were to close it is more likely for these participants not to acquire early learning before attending an educational institution. Social- emotional learning skills help children develop skills such as getting along, attention focus, following directions, and managing emotions. All of those skills help the participant have a higher likelihood to succeed academically and in life. The purpose of this study is to find out the influence of the rhythmic movement class on social-emotional growth on children in the Hermosa Community, in order to use the results to provide in-depth information to the parents on the social-emotional development on their child. The results will also help the organization improve their program for future incoming participants and it will also help the organization keep their doors open to the community. In this proposed study a quantitative research method will be used. The researcher is conducting this study to evaluate the influence of the rhythmic movement class on social-emotional growth on children in the Hermosa Community. The purpose of this study is to help the organization evaluate the importance of their performance in young children. The study will help analyze if the social-emotional component flourishes during the Rhythmic movement class that is provided to children ages two and a half to three-year-old. It will benefit the student and the organization. The student will be able to attend pre-school with applied skills and social-emotional learning set in place. The organization will benefit as it will be able to show proof about the research that was conducted for that specific class for grants and community projects. The results will be a guide towards more improvement for the Rhythmic movement class.