List of Contributors.
Section I: Tackling Problems.
1. Dyslexia and other developmental Differences (Tim Miles)
2. Things that can go wrong (Tim Miles)
Section II: In and around the Classroom (Christine McRitchie Pratt)
4. Classroom Rhythm games for literacy support (Katie Overy)
5. Early Years: Deirdre Starts to Learn Piano (Olivia McCarth and Diana Ditchfield)
6. Winning Over the Reluctants (Christine McRitchie Pratt, Diana Ditchfield, Sheila Oglethorpe and John Westcombe)
7;. Can Music Lessons Help the Dyslexic Learner? (Sheila Oglethorpe)
8. Parallels Between the Teaching of Musical and Mathematical Notation (Tim Miles)
9. The Paper Work (Diana Ditchfield)
10. Sight-reading (Sheila Oglethorpe)
11. Sight-reading and Memory (Michael Lea)
12. Ten Top Tips and Thoughts (Nigel Clarke)
13. Can Computers Help? Matching the Inner with the Outer Ear (Adam Apostoli)
Section III: Strategies and Success.
14. Positive Connections Across the Generations (Annemarie Sand John Westcombe)
15. Similarities and Differences in the Dyslexic Voice (Paula Bishop-Liebler)
16. Thirty-seven Oboists (Carolyn King)
17. Suzuki Benefits for Children with Dyslexia (Jenny Macmillan)
18. Dyslexia: No Problem (Diana Ditchfield)
Section IV: Science takes Us Forward.
19. Insights from Brain Imaging (Katie Overy)
20. Music Reading: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach (Lauren Stewart)
"A great read for specialist music teachers, advisory staff and anyone wanting to get a real feel for the difficulties faced by our children." (Children and Young People Now, July 2008)