Music: An Underutilized Tool for Developing Stronger Readers

Maryann Harman with Don Hodges and Analiisa Reichlin

It is likely that many parents and teachers would be surprised to discover the intimate connection between music and the development of reading skills. Relying on emerging insights from the field of neuroscience, our guest connects the dots, explains why music is a very effective tool for developing reading skills and offers practical tips.

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May 8, 2009
Episode Guests
Donald Hodges, Professor, is Director of the Institute for Music Research and Coordinator of Music Education. At UTSA, Dr. Hodges conducted the orchestras for nine years and currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in music education. Analiisa Reichlin is the Executive Director and Managing Partner of Studio3Music, the world’s largest Kindermusik studio, as well as a licensed Kindermusik Educator.
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