Do you want to create a more inclusive music education for your students, but are unsure how to start?
Teaching neurodivergent students is something many music teachers feel under-prepared for.
Sure, you can teach theory in your sleep. You can talk about music history until the cows come home. However, adapting your teaching methods to suit the learning styles of neurodivergent students is something you’re less used to.
You want to create a more inclusive music education for your students, but you’re unsure how to start…
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“I’ve heard the term neurodiversity, but I’m not 100% certain what it is,” you might be thinking. It can be tricky, as a teacher, to admit there are holes in your knowledge. Researching is the first step in expanding your understanding and improving your teaching ability.
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It’s easy to shy away from doing something that you’ve never done before. Fear of the unknown can stand in the way of a life-changing experience.
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Hearing people’s experiences can help you see things in a different light.
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There may be topics you want to explore in more detail:
The first edition of the TopMusicMag is a special on teaching neurodivergent students. It’s bursting with: