Effective practice is defined as consistent, intensely focused and targeting specific content or weaknesses. Great video published by TED Ed!
Whether you are preparing for an examination, a musical festival, or a performance, it’s important to consider the mental, physical, and emotional aspects in your practice.
When it comes to motivating students to practice, parents and the teacher must work together to find methods that would best encourage practice at home.
Setting a regular routine, creating a friendly practice environment, and being a practice helper are of great importance to young students’ home practice.
A little mental practice can go a long way toward learning new skills.
Practice techniques recommended for more advanced students.
Parental involvement is a very important part of learning an instrument, especially for young students. This article discusses how parents can help to set up a proper practice schedule, to provide a suitable practice environment, and to give positive encouragements.
Encourage your child to practice by setting up the optimal practice space – consider the location of the piano, organization of the space, and possibility of interaction with other family members.
From establishing a practice routine, setting up a positive practice environment, to providing encouragements, parents have an important role in their children’s piano practices!
Are you an effective learner? Apply these habits in your learning and practices!
How parents participate in a child’s practice session has a great impact on building positive practice habits and attitude.
It is not practice duration that is important, but the quality of practice that makes a difference. Set daily goals for efficient practice and motivation.
Effective practice does not just depend on time, but on goal setting, repetitions, and careful and slow playing.
Spontaneity and the freedom to improvisation come from disciplined practice, extensive work and rehearsals.
Families can help to create positive and fun ways for children to practice that would develop into self-motivation at a later age.