* Ace Member *
- Oct 25, 2021
Just a comment about learning/teaching paradigms. I've taken music lessons from some high level teachers. Sometimes the discussion goes like this. You're doing X and you need to do Y. Many students get the idea by doing A. Nope, didn't work. Okay, we'll try B. Somewhere around F or G there's an AHA moment.
There's not always a straight path from the wrong X to the right Y.
(private theory, sometimes it's not the exercise at all, it's differential reinforcement of a precursor to the goal)
The number of times I thought I understood an act or concept or how it related to a move is too large to count at this point.
The only certainty I have is that the number will keep growing.