Music used as a therapy in Inclusive Classrooms
21st August 2017
We all know that music plays quite an important role in everybodys life, be an adult or a child and now it has become an integral part of special education. Hence it does not come as a surprise when music is used as therapy in todays modern day inclusive classrooms. Inclusive classrooms comprising of children with varied intellect and learning capabilities are seen to benefit from new and innovative teaching and learning styles. Effective integration of music creates a great learning environment for preschool children with speech and language delays. Using music as a learning tool has proven to be extremely beneficial as it appeals to the children and engages and stimulates them at various stages. It is now being used more frequently by schools accommodating learners of different learning abilities and strengths.