Suzuki Early Childhood Education (ECE) Resources

Learn more about the benefits of Suzuki ECE for your child

Dorothy Jones: Why We Need Suzuki Early Childhood Education

Dorothy Jones, Founder and Teacher Trainer for Suzuki ECE, shares her experiences as a teacher and a mother that guide her belief in the nurturing and development value of Suzuki ECE.

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

This SAA video takes a closer look at the Suzuki Early Childhood Education zero to 3-year-old class: how the Suzuki triangle (parent, child, teacher) 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. Make a cup of tea or coffee to keep you company with this 34-minute video (or watch in snippets as you can.)

ECE Research Published: Babies’ brains benefit from music lessons, even before they can walk and talk – ScienceDaily – May 9, 2012

After completing the first study of its kind, researchers at McMaster University have discovered that very early musical training benefits children even before they can walk or talk. Laurel Trainor and David Gerry’s research on very early musical training for babies at McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind was published in Developmental Science and Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

We Can Do Small – Video

Early Childhood specialist Dorothy Jones and her daughter, ECE Teacher Sharon Jones, share their experiences with the value of pre-natal listening, including both listening music and speech. Their experiences with children who have been listening before birth have convinced them of its effectiveness. Make a cup of tea or coffee to keep you company with this 39-minute video (or watch in snippets as you can.)

Suzuki Early Childhood Education – The ECE Website for Parents & Teachers

Dr. Suzuki’s goals for all children included development of the whole child, unfolding the natural potential to learn and becoming a good and happy person. That’s why, in 1993, Dr. Suzuki and the Board of Directors of the International Suzuki Association (ISA) approved the curriculum developed by Dorothy Jones and named her school in London, Ontario as the first World Centre for Suzuki Early Childhood Education Teacher Training.

ESMA Discusses Suzuki Early Childhood Education (SECE)

News and discussion on child development and Suzuki ECE.

Early Childhood Education – Suzuki Association of the Americas

The latest ECE events, videos, research and more, from the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA) website.


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