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Music Note Reading for All!

I ran into this small study last night from the University of Michigan which echos the philosophy behind NoteSense. This quote from the article, "Participants were then asked to comment on learning strategies that were effective in their music learning. Common responses were multi-sensory learning, isolating musical components, and small group or one-on-one instruction—all common strategies used in the academic world to accommodate students with learning disabilities," perfectly describes the design and intent of the NoteSense Music Reading Program. The beauty of the program is how it can benefit anyone who has difficulty with note reading. I'm so excited to have this new approach finally available to teachers and students who need it. Check out the article by clicking here.

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