a student code of conduct

As teachers, we are charged with a wonderful but daunting task: to formulate a path, tailored for each student, to reach their goals. The reason it’s daunting is because most students will demonstrate a sincere desire to do one thing, but then develop habits and patterns of thinking that are in direct opposition to the […]

hacks for your technique, part 5: staying focused on a problem thumb

This may be the simplest “hack”, but it’s also one I wish more students used. Something as rudimentary as a bandage can work wonders to draw the physical attention (that is, the body’s awareness of what is happening while other complicated things are going on) to a small, but crucial aspect of technique. I use […]

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