Using musical activities to
support language development
There are many similarities between music and language, in the way they are organised, processed, and produced. Music therefore has enormous potential as a language learning tool, which can be appealing to even the least engaged or confident learners. Read more
(this post first appeared in the Across Cultures newsletter December 2019)
Dyslexia Myth #1:
Dyslexic people are all very creative.
I often hear colleagues pronouncing that dyslexic learners are all very creative, but I do wonder what the evidence for that is, and what they mean by ‘creative’.