Don’t waste your budget on a magic bullet
From the Coleface
OCTOBER 13, 2008
I never practiced much between lessons so fairly soon my playing standard plateaued (over 80% of my playing time was actually in violin lessons). My increasingly exasperated violin teacher told me that he could not make me good at the violin, but that he could teach me how to practice effectively so that I might become good. In October’s TJ, Tim Drewitt wrote an interesting article about the transfer of learning in the workplace.