Dyslexia and Music Teaching

“As reading can be challenging, dyslexics often learn to rely more on other senses and methods. For example, if a student is struggling with learning a new song by reading the music, giving them a recording can be a massive help because their auditory skills are often very strong.

I’ve found that printing music or other material on cream paper is a big help to some (but not all). Often school teachers will recommend coloured overlays which can be helpful. Every dyslexic is unique.”

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