Building the Foundation for a Lifetime: Suzuki Method for Early Childhood Education

A closer look at the Suzuki Early Childhood Education zero to 3-year-old class: how the Suzuki triangle is applied to this foundational program, how teachers see the growth and development of children through skill layering, and how we teach parents to become good observers of their own children. Teaching techniques and the synergy and partnership of this team teaching approach are discussed.

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Lynn McCall

Lynn McCall was named the first SAA teacher trainer for SECE in the US in 2015.  She received her Suzuki training and mentoring from Dorothy Jones and Leena Crothers. She is director and co-founder of Alyla Suzuki Early Childhood Music School in New Haven, CT, which was founded as the pilot program in Connecticut and the Northeast for SECE in 2006. She maintains an active piano studio since 1995. She is a clinician for national and international teacher workshops and institutes, including 2013 SECE faculty for the Suzuki World Conference in Matsumoto, Japan. Lynn is a founding member and serves on the SAA SECE committee. She is the proud mother of two grown sons and lives in Connecticut with her husband.

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