Kate Einarson

Kate Einarson

Dr. Kate Einarsonworks in the research institute at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital in Toronto, Canada. Her specialty is ensuring that child development research achieves the greatest possible impact for children, families, and hospital staff. She also conducts music pedagogy research as co-coordinator of the International Research Symposium for Talent Education (IRSTE). She has taught instrumental and early childhood music for over 15 years, and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Suzuki Association of Ontario.

Kate holds a Ph.D. in developmental psychology from the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behaviour at McMaster University, where she conducted research as part of the McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind. Her research interests include human development through infancy, childhood, and adolescence, with attention to the effect of environment on skill acquisition, prosocial behaviour, and health.

Early Experiences Elevate Everything What does a pediatrician want Suzukiteachers to know

December 19, 2018 by Kate Einarson

Pediatrician Dipesh Navsaria delivered a fascinating keynote speech at the 2018 SAA Conference that revolved around what he referred to as “the world of the early brain.” He talked about many concepts that Suzuki teachers would find familiar, including the… Read more ▶

Part 6 Parent Education in Suzuki Studios Who offers it Who receives it What does it look like

Part 6: Parent Education in Suzuki Studios: Who offers it? Who receives it? What does it look like?

Part 5 The Challenges of Offering Group Class

Part 5: The Challenges of Offering Group Class

Part 4 The Joys and Benefits of Group Class

Part 4: The Joys and Benefits of Group Class

Part 3 What do Suzuki studios look like

Part 3: What do Suzuki studios look like?

Part I The International Research Symposium onTalent Education

Part I: The International Research Symposium on Talent Education


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